May 5, 2022

City of Prescott

Prescott Mayor Phil Goode’s Update for May 5, 2022

Prescott Mayor Phil Goode talks about the Stage 1 Fire Restrictions, what to do if you have an annoying pothole on your street, and the new roundabout at Commerce Drive and Pioneer Parkway that the Yavapai County Public Works is proposing.

Wildlife

Crooks Fire Update, May 4, 2022

Current Situation Total Personnel: 500 Size: 9,402 Acres Percent of Perimeter Contained:  96% Estimated Containment Date: Tuesday May 17th, 2022 approx. 12:00 AM Fuels Involved: Timber (Litter and Understory), Chaparral (6 feet), Brush (2 feet) Crews increased containment overnight and continue to concentrate efforts on the northwestern edge of the fire to ensure it stays

Fraud

AG Brnovich Secures $3.1 million for Consumers Deceived by TurboTax

Attorney General Mark Brnovich today secured $3.1 million from the operator of TurboTax, Intuit Inc. (Intuit), for deceiving consumers into paying for tax services that should have been free. As a result of a multistate agreement, Intuit will pay $141 million in restitution to millions of consumers across the nation who were unfairly charged. In addition, Intuit

Opinion

Opinion: Student Debt Cancellation a Bad Deal for 85% of Americans – Inside Sources

As inflation surges, the White House has rightly shifted its focus to the importance of lowering prices and reducing deficits, while asking the rich to “pay their fair share” toward the solution. Broad student debt cancellation would undermine each of these goals. While there are certainly many Americans struggling with student debt, broad cancellation would disproportionately

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