News Headlines

Flags over state and public buildings will be flown at half staff today to commemorate September 11, 2001, due to Governor Jan Brewer's executive order.
Phillip Matthew Ewing, 36, from Chino Valley was found guilty of Attempted 1st Degree Murder this morning by a Yavapai County jury.
A spaghetti dinner will be held to benefit Meals on Wheels, Empty Bowls for the Yavapai County food banks, and a special 9-11 ceremony in Prescott Valley.
A Karaoke Idol will be crowned tonight in Prescott; and there's a new Verde District Ranger, Celeste Gordon.
Vowing to fight a referendum against a proposed KOA Campground in Chino Valley, Charlie Arnold steps down from his position as Board President of the Chamber of Commerce. Includes exclusive video of resignation speech.
Prescribed burns are starting again in the Prescott National Forest; the Sundogs have two new players and a Prescott store has been hit by a shoplifter.