KQNA News (1283)
Bill rounds up the daily news, including which local representatives will be at Las Fuentes tomorrow.
The Prescott Valley Police Department has released the identities of the two victims found in a residential fire. Representative Kirkpatrick pledges to serve veterans better, more.
Two transit and transportation meetings coming up, as well as Community Workshops on recreational projects.
Yavapai College will hold a Career and Job Fair tomorrow, Prescott Council will decide on a water tank location and an alleged child abuser has been arrested.
Alleged poaching suspects have been apprehended; a special workshop for the Prescott City Council and drastic cuts to mental health threaten programs and safety.
Bill Monroe takes a quick look at the events from last week, including the rejection of the Williamson Valley Community Plan and the search for new school superintendents.