Prescott Valley man found dead in his home, murder investigation underway
Authorities are investigating a murder after a man was found dead in his Yavapai County home.
Mountain lion family put down after attacks
In what can be said as a sad ending, officials with Arizona Game and Fish say they have no choice but to euthanize a family of mountain lions who were spotted several times in Northern Arizona. The mountain lions were spotted several times, and they reportedly attacked pets. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.
Mama bear and her cubs in northern Arizona
Paul Landauer shared adorable footage of a mama bear and her cubs making their routine visit to a Prescott, Arizona home! Landauer says they've been showing up every morning lately.
Prescott residents warned of mountain lion activity after string of attacks
Wildlife officers fatally shot a mountain lion in a northwest Prescott neighborhood last weekend after it attacked a homeowner's dog.
Mama mountain lion and her cubs spotted
Dennis and Shelly Bennett shared footage their home security cameras captured of a mama mountain lion and her three cubs in Prescott who've done some growing this spring.
The 'May-soon' before the monsoon
The monsoon hasn't officially started, but this week, parts of the state have seen some monsoon-like weather after thunderstorms triggered flooding in the high country.
Arizona county needs help finding stolen road signs
Authorities in Yavapai County are asking for help in tracking down two dozen road signs that were reportedly stolen.
Debris forms at Lake Pleasant due to snowmelt
While the warm weekend means it is the perfect time to cool off at Lake Pleasant, the lake, located northwest of Phoenix, has seen better days, as heavy rain and snowmelt runoff from the wet winter season has created a mess. FOX 10's Marissa Sarbak reports.
Brush fire burns structures near Cottonwood
Three structures were damaged from a brush fire on May 13 that scorched the area in Verde Valley, near Ramada Drive.
Remains of missing Arizona man found in firepit, suspect arrested: sheriff
A suspect has been arrested in connection to the death of a missing northern Arizona man.
Yavapai Co. Search and Rescue volunteer needs transplant
For the past 30 years, Scott Lee has been devoted to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office backcountry unit, with Sheriff David Rhodes saying he has dedicated his life to people who were lost or stuck in the woods. That is a passion Lee has to put on hold for now, because he is in need of a kidney transplant. FOX 10's Lindsey Ragas reports.
Some Navajo Nation residents describe flood-ridden communities as 'uninhabitable'
A disaster declaration for the Navajo Nation was approved after winter storms and flooding continue to damage their homes. However, those resources aren't being distributed to everyone who lives there.
Pokémon cards theft leads to drug bust in Arizona involving baby
The alleged theft of hundreds of dollars worth of Pokémon cards led to the arrests of a man and woman who had drugs in the backseat next to a baby.
Prescott Valley PD investigates possible shooting threat at school
PVPD is investigating after they say a threat was called into Bradshaw Mountain High School between 6 and 7 a.m.
'Armed and dangerous' suspect sought in Yavapai County
Clarkdale officials have not released the suspect's name but say the 37 year old pointed a gun at neighbors and ran from police during a domestic violence incident on the Yavapai-Apache Reservation. Clarkdale residents are being told to stay indoors and keep their doors locked. If you see the suspect, you should call police.
Gov. Hobbs declares state of emergency in Yavapai County amid flooding
Heavy rain and snowmelt last month caused rivers and creeks to rise, flooding Camp Verde and nearby communities. Hobbs' declaration provides emergency funding and resources to repair damage infrastructure.
Prescott boy recovering after suffering serious burns in bonfire accident
As a Prescott boy recovers in Phoenix after suffering serious burns in a bonfire accident, his mom is looking for a place to live in Phoenix, so that she can be closer to her son.
Tests on orange liquid, soil in northern Arizona show no imminent threat to public health, ADEQ officials say
Investigators concluded that the orange liquid is from naturally occurring iron, which happens as iron is exposed to air and forms iron oxide, which is red or orange in color.
Navajo Nation to receive federal aid for severe flood damage
The Navajo Nation is set receive federal emergency aid to help repair damage caused by severe flooding during a series of storms earlier this year.
U.S. judge orders man held in case of missing Navajo woman
Begay was 62 at the time she disappeared. Her case has garnered national attention as tribal leaders, state legislators and law enforcement agencies across the country have been working to establish special commissions and task forces aimed at investigating missing person cases and unsolved slayings in Indian Country.