At the Movies
Underworld: Blood Wars Kate Beckinsale is back in her fifth outing playing ferocious vampire warrior Selene in Underworld: Blood Wars.
Survey brings some unexpected results
It’s hard to predict what poll questions will generate the largest response on the Roundup’s website. If you are like most people, you care about the overall welfare of the community, but rarely weigh in on where you stand — at least officially.
The Hellsgate Fire Department believes it can offer better ambulance service than the current private provider and recently presented its case for to a Valley judge for approval.
The National Weather Service has predicted a colder, wetter storm to pass over the Rim Country and points north and east starting Thursday then continuing through to Monday
Just three years after he retired, John Nelson is back as Gila County manager. The Board of Supervisors convinced him to return to work at its first regular meeting of 2017.
Police arrested a homeless man who reportedly hid out in the Home Depot store after hours Sunday night to eat snack food from the registers.
Foster parent’s success adds a rare bright spot
The controversial, long-suffering attempt to return the Mexican Grey Wolf to the wild continues to rack up victories — and setbacks.
App, booklet links businesses, attractions
“This is gonna be the best day of my life.”
Also vows to avoid tax hikes
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey made increased education funding his top priority in his recent state of the state speech. Easier said than done.
Waiver won’t affect campsites run by concessionaires
Tonto National Forest joins other federal agencies in offering five fee-free days on public lands in 2017, beginning Jan. 16 in honor of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
The front end of a white 1959 Studebaker exiting the Burger King parking lot Wednesday, Jan. 11, was smashed in an accident involving a semi truck.
As Republicans in Congress gear up for a quick repeal of the Affordable Care Act, a chorus of local activists have ramped up their objections.
Payson Fire Department firefighters will be burning collected debris piles on January 11, in cooperation with the East Verde Park Homeowners Association, East Verde Park Fire Board and the East Verde Park Firewise Committee.
Starting this week, the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Rd., is hosting a series of area authors in a program it is calling Book Blitz at the Payson Public Library.
If all of the necessary easements are acquired, work to widen and improve East Bonita Street could begin as soon as this summer.