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About: Prescott, Arizona

Prescott is a city that is located in central Arizona. It is named in honor of William H. Prescott, one of the most eminent historians in nineteenth century America. Prescott was officially incorporated in 1883. Upon its incorporation, the city served as Arizona's capital until the capital was changed to Tucson and then eventually to Phoenix. Much of the city's territorial history is preserved in the Sharlot Hall Museum. Whiskey Row, located in downtown Prescott, prides itself on the many historic buildings. One such building is The Palace which is Arizona's oldest restaurant and bar.

Population: 33938
Local Newspapers: The Big Bug News, Chino Valley Review, The Daily Courier, The Prescott Valley Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers, Phoenix Coyotes, Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals
Local Colleges: Prescott College, Northern Arizona University, Old Dominion University

Zip Codes associated with Prescott, AZ: 86301, 86303, 86305 .
Towns/Cities near Prescott, AZ : Prescott Valley, Dewey Humboldt, Williamson, Chino Valley, Wilhoit, Clarkdale, Cottonwood.

  • Petco rewards Yavapai Humane Society's compassion with $25,000
    Friday, December 19, 2014 3:38:06 PM

    Petco Foundation's Rebecca Mayberry, left, presents a $25,000 check to Yavapai Humane Society Executive Director Ed Boks as Deb Perleberg and Ginger look on Tuesday afternoon in Prescott. The award was part of the 2014 Holiday Wishes grant campaign in which the Petco Foundation donated $500,000 to 33 animal welfare organizations across the United States.

  • Chokeholds: How they work - and what happens when they don't
    Friday, December 19, 2014 3:38:05 PM

    When the video of July 17's fatal confrontation between Eric Garner and New York City police surfaced, it touched off a debate on the police use of chokeholds. The officer who is seen in the video trying to use a chokehold "never had it applied properly," retired detective Mike Rothmiller said.

  • Riley vs. City of Prescott lawsuit appeal raises question of qualified immunity
    Friday, December 19, 2014 3:38:04 PM

    Those are among the questions playing out in the lawsuit that pits former Yavapai Humane Society employee KayAnne Riley against the City of Prescott and the mayor. Riley's lawsuit claims that Kuykendall interfered with her employment to the point that it caused her to lose her job.

  • County bans e-cigarettes: buildings, vehicles now smoke and vapor free
    Friday, December 19, 2014 12:24:02 AM

    They also agreed to a new Human Resources Department proposal to require all employee disciplinary action appeal hearings to be open to the public. A new state law requires such hearings to be public if they relate to certain law enforcement positions, a county Human Resources memo explains.

  • 2 men plead guilty in Prescott-area killing
    Thursday, December 18, 2014 8:08:58 PM

    PRESCOTT, Ariz. - Two of four people accused in the Prescott-area stabbing death of a man whose body was burned have pleaded guilty to escape possible death sentences.

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