April 15, 2021

Crime

YCSO Seeking Public’s Help to Identify Attempted Child Abduction Suspect

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating and identifying a possible kidnapping suspect. Around 5:45 pm, on Tuesday, April 13th, YCSO received a call that someone attempted to kidnap an eight-year-old girl in the Castle Canyon Mesa area near Prescott Valley. The girl was riding her bicycle near East

Education

Yavapai College Offering Students ‘One Class Free’ for Fall Semester

Yavapai College has announced that it will be offering students who are registered for credit classes ‘One Class Free’ for the fall 2021 semester. The ‘One Class Free’ initiative is funded by CARES and CRRSAA federal grant money to support students in need due to COVID-19. Any student registered for a credit class is eligible

Emergency Services

Single Vehicle Collision Closes S.R. 89

On 04/13/2021 at approximately 5:04 pm Chino Valley Officers responded to a single-vehicle collision on S.R. 89 near Road 3 ½ North. Through investigation officers determined a green 1993 Chevrolet Pickup, being driven by a 19-year-old from Paulden, AZ, was travelling northbound on S.R. 89. As the truck was approaching Road 3 ½ north, the

Taxes

Governor Ducey Signs Bipartisan, Unanimous Legislation Conforming Arizona’s Tax Code, Providing $600 Million In Tax Relief For Taxpayers And Small Businesses

Governor Doug Ducey today signed bipartisan, unanimous tax relief, aligning the state’s tax law with federal law and resulting in $600 million in savings for Arizona taxpayers. “Arizona taxpayers and small businesses were able to weather the unprecedented economic hardship last year during the pandemic in part to action taken by our federal partners,” said

Immigration

Tucson police chief, critic of Trump border policy, tapped to run CBP

President Joe Biden nominated Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus on Monday to be head of Customs and Border Protection, tapping a progressive outsider to oversee an agency facing surging numbers of migrants at the border. In making the announcement, the White House cited Magnus’ history of promoting community relations and police accountability, as well as his experience

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