It's like the NBA "Bubble," but for college students. An Arizona summer camp is transforming into a campus for students taking online classes.
All Harkins Theatres locations across Arizona will reopen Aug. 28, according to company officials.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials said 71-year-old Benito Yanez of Phoenix also had a warrant out of Mohave County in a probation violation on charges of fraud schemes and forgery.
Jake Ruether is facing charges of making terrorist threats after calling in a bomb threat to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center in July.
The police department is urging the community to remain vigilant about scams after a local couple bought thousands of dollars worth of gift cards after a caller said their accounts had been hacked.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials said DNA evidence is what ultimately led to them determining who shot and killed Michael E. Lee in 1980.
A lawyer representing the bar owners says Gov. Ducey's executive order that forced the closure of bars in Arizona is not constitutional.
FOX 10 photojournalist Justin Haugesag went up to Prescott Frontier Days to check out the main attraction: the world's oldest rodeo. Only this year, they're doing things differently with social distancing and limited capacity due to COVID-19.
Many of the nation's airlines find themselves with a surplus of pilots because of the coronavirus pandemic. But, just a few years ago, many were predicting a pilot shortage.
Embry-Riddle will resume face-to-face instruction in Arizona starting June 30.
Summers is coming, and with that, many summer camps are starting to prepare on how they can open safely.
Recreational shooting is being temporarily prohibited in three national forests in Arizona.
Prescott police and fire crews responded to a single-vehicle rollover crash that left one person seriously injured.
Prescott Police officials say a rollover crash Friday afternoon resulted in the closure of a portion of Highway 89.
All six national forests around Arizona are imposing campfire restrictions that officials are intended to protect the health and safety of employees and communities during the coronavirus outbreak.
The COVID-19 outbreak has had a heavy financial impact in cities across Arizona.
A housekeeping employee at a Prescott hospital was arrested after police say he admitted to stealing personal protective equipment (PPE).
Many Americans are adjusting to life in quarantine, but for a man who grew up in Prescott, it's become the new normal. Charlie Foldesh now lives in Shanghai with his wife where they've been in lockdown for more than 8 weeks. He has some good insight for his fellow Arizonans on how to get through it.
FOX 10 has learned that a Cirque du Soleil performance in Prescott Valley has been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Crown King resident gave a fake name at the time of his arrest and identified himself as an ATF agent, according to Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies.