On February 14, 2022 at approximately 8:56 am, Chino Valley Officers responded to a vehicle collision in the 4400 block of East Perkinsville Road. When officers arrived, they found two vehicles in the field on the north side of E. Perkinsville Road. One vehicle had come to rest on its’ roof, while the other had
February 14, 2022
Jim Dutton, guest host for Prescott Talks, continues the interview with Bryan Masche and asks what makes Bryan different than the other candidates. Bryan goes into detail about his action plan for Arizona.
The Town of Prescott Valley has announced five finalists for its next police chief, chosen from a field of 29 applicants from throughout the country. They include current New Jersey State Police Lieutenant Colonel Scott Ebner; former Arizona Department of Child Safety Director Gregory Mckay; current Prescott Valley Acting Chief Jeremy Martin; Loveland, Colorado Police
Drivers will see activity in the work zone from Anthem to Sunset Point Things are starting to look a bit different along 23 miles of Interstate 17 north of Phoenix as the Arizona Department of Transportation prepares to begin the long-awaited improvement project between Anthem Way and Sunset Point. While ADOT has not officially begun
I always get excited when it’s time for the Olympics, and because my husband was a head football coach for 45 years, the play off games and the Super Bowl are always fun for me to watch as well. And it reminds me: many Olympic, professional, college, and even high school athletes work with hypnotherapists
A black man shoots a white man in the head and claims self-defense. Part One covers opening arguments and prosecution witnesses, including the woman who watched her husband die. When the defense team for accused murderer Theodore Edgecomb — a black Milwaukee man who shot a white man to death — decided to claim self-defense,