December 23, 2020


Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort

President Donald Trump on Wednesday issued pardons and sentence commutations for 29 people, including former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Charles Kushner, the father of his son-in-law, in the latest burst of clemency in his final weeks at the White House. The actions bring to 49 the number of people who Trump in the last

Arts & Culture

The Dapper Cats Playing Cards by local Prescott Artist

Tricia Reed is a recent graduate from Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona. One of her assignments just before graduating from the Graphic Design program was to create a single playing card. Her cat, Hazel, was the inspiration for the project. “I thought it would be a fun idea to combine elements of a classy 1920’s

Legal Beat

Structure Fire 1400 Block of Eagle Ridge Rd., Prescott

At about 1 PM on Tuesday, December 22nd, Prescott Regional Communications Center received a 911 call for a structure fire in the 1400 block of Eagle Ridge Road in Prescott. When the initial unit arrived on scene they found a homeowner with a garden hose trying to keep the garage fire at bay. Fire crews


Be On the Lookout: Missing/Endangered Person

Julie Castillo, 19 years old, was last seen on 12/20/2020 at approximately 1330 hours at her residence, which is located in Chino Valley, AZ. She was last seen by her mother. She was last seen wearing dark pink sweat pants, a purple fleece sweater, a brown jacket, and house slippers. She has no history of


ASU student team’s fog-free mask design wins $1 million international competition

Luminosity Lab team beats nearly 1,000 entries from 70 countries to earn top spot, claim $500,000 share of XPRIZE purse A student team from Arizona State University has won the million-dollar XPRIZE Next-Gen Mask Challenge to redesign the face masks used to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by making them more comfortable, functional and affordable. The contest


Governor Ducey Announces More Than $40 Million To Prevent Homelessness

Governor Doug Ducey today announced the state will distribute $40,256,793 in federal funds to support Arizonans facing homelessness and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable populations. “We want to make sure Arizonans have access to resources that will keep them safe and healthy, especially as we enter the new year,” said Governor Ducey. “These

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