WILLIAMS, Ariz. —Officers on the Williams Police Department will now have cameras mounted on their pistols full-time.
Robert Anderson, an 11-year veteran of Williams Police Department, has been named Officer of the Year by the Fraternal Order of Police in Flagstaff for his courage, professionalism and actions during the 2017 shooting in Williams.
Homeless and at-risk veterans received assistance in the form of cold weather gear and clothing along with a free meal and assistance with Veterans benefits Oct. 31 at American Legion Cordova Post 13.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — As a patrol officer working the graveyard shift, Williams Police Officer Jason Nicolls responds to many calls that daytime officers may not see as often in a small town, these include domestic and assault cases.
Around 21 Corvettes from the Prescott Vette Sette Corvette Club arrived in Williams Oct. 24.
Lillian Hester of Ash Fork will serve 17-years for child abuse and life in prison with no parole for first-degree murder in the 2015 death of her six-year-old nephew.
Students and friends enjoyed a costume contest, raffle, food and games at the annual Williams Elementary-Middle School carnival Oct. 25.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Twenty-five privately owned railroad motorcars, known as Speeders, chugged out of the Williams Train Depot Oct. 15 on their way to the Grand Canyon.
The Williams Public LIbrary hosts a storytime every Tuesday at 10 a.m. for toddlers and preschoolers.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Bearizona Wildlife Park is offering discounted admission for its annual Homeschool Day Nov. 1 to homeschooled children and one accompanying adult.