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Bill's Newscast: Reviewing Police Procedures

New ‘high risk policies’ for Prescott ...

Prescott Pizza Palooza: On Your Mark, Get Set, Eat!

The Finest Pizza Competition and Tasting Festival ...

Temperatures to Drop

It’s going to get colder out there.Forecast ...

Sheriff's Office Seeking 3 Juvenile Runaways

The teenaged girls are from the Dewey campus of ...

Opinion: The Third Rail

The United States may be the first nation in ...

AZ Gas Prices Fall 3.6¢ Per Gallon

Gas prices have dropped in Arizona.Arizona, AZ, ...
Torrence Dunham

Torrence Dunham

Torrence Dunham is a multimedia journalist who graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.  Torrence is our Correspondent covering local news and events in Prescott Valley. He is also the lead sports correspondent and play-by-play pro for all our multimedia news sites. If he's not adding to his extensive sports bobble-head collection, he's talking baseball, his favorite. Follow him on Twitter: @Tadunham.

Four Cowboys Survive Bull Rides After No Riders Place on Opening Night 

Former Roughrider Pitchers JoJo Romero and Chance Adams Win Pitcher of the Year for Thier Respective Organizations

The Ram Turquoise Circuit Rodeo Opens at Prescott Valley Event Center

Top Ten Ranked Soccer Battle Between Yavapai College and Pima Community College Results In Tie

Former Yavapai College Athletic Director Lynn Merritt Honored During Halftime at Soccer Game

Eagles Men’s Soccer Shutout by Mariners

Eagles Men's Soccer Three-Game Winning Streak Snapped Against Marymount California University Mariners

Double Overtime Goal Gives Eagles Women's Soccer 1-0 Victory Against Mariners

Badgers Swim Wins Seven Races But Falls In Three-Team Meet on Senior Day

Roughriders Score Twelve Goals In Win Against Paradise Valley Community College

Comic-Con Hosted to Show Prescott Public Library's Impressive Graphic Novel Collection

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Events | Education News

16 October 2017
It’s going to get colder out there. Forecast Discussion: The ridge of high pressure that has brought above normal temperatures will gradually flatten as a series of disturbances moves across the
13 October 2017
Let's fill those programming and tech jobs!
09 October 2017
Temps at near or above normal for this time of
09 October 2017
Embry-Riddle and the Prescott community celebrate
08 October 2017
A press release was sent out today by the State

Features | Business & Tech | Sports

15 October 2017
The United States may be the first nation in history to voluntarily surrender its traditional culture and national identity to other peoples. Race has dominated the news again this week. Since
15 October 2017
It’s important to plan for your retirement.
15 October 2017
'Only the Brave' - opening this week. The
14 October 2017
Roughriders Extend Second Half Lead for Third
14 October 2017
Eagles Men's Soccer Scores Five Goals In Second

Community News

09 October 2017
Wine and Dine in the Vines Fundraiser set to
09 October 2017
This year’s season of all things scary is upon
08 October 2017
Five candidates are running for Council, two for
06 October 2017
Costumes for Kids 5k planned for Oct. 15 Costumed

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Police Chief Jarrell Discusses Review of PD High Risk Polices
Police Chief Jarrell Discusses Review of PD High Risk Polices

Source: The high risk policies cover such items as use of force, vehicle pursuits, search and seizure and custodial searches.

Prescott Public Works Director & City Engineer Resign
Prescott Public Works Director & City Engineer Resign

Source: The City of Prescott announced today that Public Works Director Henry Hash and City Engineer Charles Andrews have resigned. The City plans to move forward in a different direction.

Registered Sex Offender Fails to Disclose Mandatory Information
Registered Sex Offender Fails to Disclose Mandatory Information

Source: Galvez-Molina posted a bond on October 1, 2017, and was released. FULL STORY: Galvez-Molina is on active probation as a registered sex offender

Ethnobotany Fest In The Discovery Gardens
Ethnobotany Fest In The Discovery Gardens

Source: On Saturday, October 21, The James Family Discovery Gardens will be the site of the inaugural Ethnobotany Fest at the Highlands Center.  FULL STORY: Discovery Gardens to Host Ethnobotany Fest on Saturday, October 21st