Today: Apr 09 , 2020
Kim Kapin, KQNA, KPPV

Kim Kapin, KQNA, KPPV

128 Year Old Home To Be Auctioned Or Demolished By City

Yep, it's 128 years old, but it's in very poor shape and it's gotta go, one way or another, according to the City of Prescott. They need the parking spaces.

Internet and Phones Disrupted At Prescott Public Library

UPDATE: Services have been restored.

Horizon Airlines Offers Free Flight to Foster Kids

Horizon Air has offered seats on its inaurgural flight to foster kids and their parents.

Local Heroes Put a Nail in Hunger

During Building Safety Week, May 5th - May 9th, the Arizona State Permit Tech Association teamed up with the City of Prescott's Building Department to organize a Food Drive.

Mesa Air Announces Early Departure

Mesa Air announces intent to cease service between Prescott and Phoenix as of August 4, 2008, due to financial hardships.

Sinkhole On Aubrey Street Closes Road Indefinitely

UPDATE: According to Chad McDowell, City of Prescott Field Operations Manager, the Aubrey Street sinkhole was measured at a depth of twenty-eight feet. 

Mayor Marlin Kuykendall Suffers Heart Attack

Updated: Councilwoman Mary Ann Suttles explains what happened this morning when Prescott Mayor Marlin Kuykendall suffered his heart attack today. 

City's Economic Development Director Announces Retirement

Prescott's Economic Director Jane Bristol has announced her retirement.

City Hires Hall of Fame Golf Pro to Head Antelope Hills

Antelope Hills Golf Course has a new General Manager, Arizona Golf Hall of Fame inductee Mack McCarley. mackmccarley3

James Holt to Retire, City of Prescott Announces

James Holt, the Water Resource Manager for the City of Prescott will retire effective November 30, 2009.

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