Chad Curtis, a former New York Yankees outfielder from the small Arizona city of Benson, will be in prison for the next seven to 15 years.Curtis, a two-time World Series champion with the Yankees, was sentenced in Michigan yesterday for his sexual conduct with three high school girls there.
A fire that started yesterday just outside of Prescott has now burned about 7,000 acres, and has caused evacuations in the area.According to officials from the Prescott National Forest, the fire is human-caused.
Love wine? You can get a degree in it for real here in Arizona. Did you know enology is the science and study of wine and wine making while viticulture is a subfield specializing in vine-growing and harvesting? If you're looking for a new career or are just really into learning more about wine, you ... More >>
It's hard to keep up with Maynard James Keenan's Puscifer, let alone predict where he's taking the project next. The music melds the masculinity of industrial, comedic and experimental rock with the feminine side of ambient, trippy instrumentals. After all, Keenan, the only permanent member of the ... More >>
Yesterday, we brought you the video of Yavapai College left fielder Austin O'Such heading full-speed over to a scuffle between his team and Scottsdale Community College's squad, and making a pit stop to blindside SCC's Jake Bamrick, who's hanging out on second base watching the action. The video f ... More >>
The video above is probably the only community-college baseball highlight that's going to be news outside the state of Arizona this year.That's Yavapai College left fielder Austin O'Such that's heading full-speed over to a scuffle between his team and Scottsdale Community College's squad, and makes ... More >>
Pollack Cinemas snags indie flicks
Poets honor the Old West
Event toasts ladies of jazz
Adventure, Beauty, Death . . . a brief explanation of why the view on your barstool is a little pallid
Student newspaper editor takes issue with Yavapai Community College president.
May 20 - 26, 1999
August 6 - 12, 1998
DIGGING AT GRANITE MOUNTAIN AND COPPER BASIN WOULD SCAR THE FACE OF PRESCOTT. PLANS HAVE BEEN STOPPED, BUT ONLY FOR A WHILE.
FUELED BY SELFLESS-----AND SELFISH-----PASSIONS, ERIC ADAM BATTLED A MEDICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY AND RESCUED A BOSNIAN RUNNER HE SAW ON TV