December 23, 2021


New Year’s Eve DUI Task Force – Prescott Police Department

Through grant funding made possible by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the Prescott Police Department will participate in DUI saturation patrols in conjunction with New Year’s Eve as part of the Tri-City DUI Task Force. As part of a sustained effort to combat impaired driving, extra enforcement will occur throughout the weekend.     The Tri-City DUI Task Force will continue to conduct high profile

Vaccine mandates

Attorney General Mark Brnovich Joins 24-State Lawsuit to Block President Biden’s Head Start Mandates

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has joined a multi-state lawsuit against President Biden’s overreaching COVID-19 mandates that unlawfully require masks on toddlers and COVID-19 vaccines for staff and volunteers in Head Start Programs. “The Biden Administration continues to expand efforts to impose illegal mandates on Americans, this time targeting young children and the people who serve


‘Add to your world’: ASU student starts initiative to help people without homes

This story is made possible through a partnership between ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and The Difference Engine, a university-wide center focused on combating inequality. For some, Saturdays are a day of relaxation after the workweek grind. For Tierra Hopkins, they’ve become an opportunity to make a difference in the community. The Arizona State University


Opinion: Why Russia Will Invade Ukraine

For Russian President Vladimir Putin, history requires that Russia invade and control Ukraine. Putin perceives Ukraine as a vital buffer for Russian security. Twice in the last two centuries, invaders from Europe have ravaged Russia.  In 1812, Napoleon led some 500,000 soldiers into Russia, defeating the Russian Army at the brutal Battle of Borodino and

Michelle Malkin

Opinion – Say His Name: Lee Keltner – Michelle Malkin

Dear Lee: I never had a chance to meet you. But I will never forget you — and I will do my best to ensure that you are not forgotten. As the owner of Crossfire Hats in Brighton, Colorado, your craftsmanship and artistry were renowned — and you garnered local media attention for your success


Research: Wreck of last US slave ship mostly intact on coast

Researchers studying the wreckage of the last U.S. slave ship, buried in mud on the Alabama coast since it was scuttled in 1860, have made the surprising discovery that most of the wooden schooner remains intact, including the pen that was used to imprison African captives during the brutal journey across the Atlantic Ocean. While

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