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Monday 04/29/2019
Bearizona Stays Positive When it Comes to Safety

Bearizona is home to animals from all around North America. Program Supervisor, Kyle Alexander, says positive reinforcement is important to keep both the animals and guests safe. He says, ""it is not like a circus, we reward the animals ...

Tuesday 04/23/2019
Volunteers Serve as Companions for Flagstaff Medical Center Patients

Flagstaff Medical Center launched a new volunteer program called Compassionate Companions. Volunteers build relationships with patients who may not have a solid support system or frequent visitors.

Teacher of the Week--2019

In the whole semester, NAZ Today has introduced many prominent teachers each week. Their efforts to make students learn has impressed a lot of us. At the end of the semester, let’s have  a review and see what makes them out-standing.

NAZ Today Salutes This Spring's Teachers of the Week

Each week, NAZ Today profiles teachers making a difference in the community. As we prepare to wrap up until next fall, NAZ Today's Aaron Vitatoe takes a look back at our spring Teachers of the Week.

Tuesday 04/16/2019
Snowbowl Level

Summer approaches, but snow isn’t gone in flagstaff, at least in the mountain. Fortunately, Snowbowl will still open until May 5.

Flagstaff Weather -- April 15, 2019

NAZ Today Student Forecaster, Conor Sweetman, says Flagstaff can expect maximum wind gusts due to a low pressure system traveling through the country. The winds will taper by Wednesday, but will be followed by another storm affecting the Atlantic ...

Families Learn About Earthworms at the Museum of Northern Arizona

Every month the Museum of Northern Arizona offers kids a hands-on learning experience about wildlife. The latest "STEAM Second Saturday" event was held over the weekend. The Museum provided families with real earthworms, and they learned...

Friday 04/12/2019
Fish and Game stocks Frances Short Pond

Now that spring has arrived, local fishing holes like Francis Short Pond are already being stocked. Brian Becker and Robert Dunn use fishing for stress relief and a way to get out into nature. The fish is also bringing residents up from Phoenix to...

Tuesday 04/02/2019
Art Matters: "Slow Art" Comes to Flagstaff

The Museum of Northern Arizona will be hosting a “Slow Art Day” called “In Retrospect, Growing Our Own Artists” on April 6th. This national movement supports taking time to fully enjoy art. At 4pm, everyone attending is invited to discuss how they...

Bicyling Common for Flagstafff Commuters But Critics Say It Could Be Better

NAZ Today's Kiara Brown, interviews two local Flagstaff biking enthusiasts about the importance of having proper biking accommodations on busy roads here in town. Martin Ince, Multimodal Transportation Planner, and Anthony Quintile, Flagstaff Biki...

Friday 03/29/2019
NAU Volunteers Hold a Toiletry Drive for Local Women's Shelter

A group of volunteers from NAU is lending a helping hand to a local domestic violence shelter

Thursday 03/28/2019
Chabad Jewish Community Center Undergoes Hate Crime

The Chabad Jewish Community Center has received an outpour of support from Flagstaff residents after their center was vandalized. Some are referring to this act as a hate crime and others sent sympathetic notes to the Jewish community. Rabbi Dovie...

Monday 03/04/2019
Clarkdale's Nostalgic Theater on the Market

NAZ Today reporter, Rayna Steffen, gives us insight on a Historical theater for sale in Clarkdale, Arizona and why the current owner had to part ways. Jodie Filardo, leaped into action when the theater got on the market because of its story. It is...

Wednesday 02/20/2019
Care Portal to help families in need

Cochonino has now launched a program that will help families in need. Since the program’s initial launched with the 122 churches who have enrolled in Arizona, it has served over 4,000 children. The program is called “Care Portal, and they first la...

Friday 02/15/2019
Point In Time

Volunteers in flagstaff are giving out confidential questionnaires to get a understanding of how many people are apart of the homeless community in this city.  Council member Charlie Odegaard was apart of these volunteers, and his main concern is ...

Thursday 02/14/2019
5th Annual Chocolate Walk

Downtown Flagstaff had its 5th annual Chocolate Walk and it was a success. Jessica Lawrence talks about how it helps local businesses gain exposure to the people of Flagstaff. It has been a tradition to do it the weekend before Valentine's Day so ...

Monday 02/11/2019
Snowbowl Gets A Fresh Coat

This past week, Flagstaff received two to three inches intown overnight, as well as adding nine inches to Snowbowl Mountain. The mountain has a current base of 67 inches, 37 of those added in the past week. And, good news for snowboarders and skie...

The Five Dollar Flixbus

Flixbus, is a green and smart mobility company that started in Europe and has made its way to the US. Flagstaff introduces FLIXBUS as a long-distance bus, that offers transportation to Phoenix, Tempe, Tucson, and Las Vegas. The creators of Flixbus...

Tradition Continues as Flagstaff’s 12th Annual Kathoola Uphill Race Returns

The City of Flagstaff hosts their 12 annual Kathoola Race. Where the local community gathers, to raise money for the Camp Colten. Camp Colten is a local camp, that helps children learn about the environment while being in the environment. NAZ Toda...

Friday 11/30/2018
Events This Weekend in Northern Arizona

Willow Bend Environmental Education Center will host a sustainable gift making workshop on Saturday that is free to the public.

Pet of the Week -- November 29, 2018

This weeks pet of the week is Vixen. Vixen was hit by a car and the Coconino Humane Association is currently trying to raise money for her surgery. Despite the injury, Vixen is a friendly dog who loves to be around people and is looking for a fami...

Thursday 11/29/2018
Loving Bowls at the Sedona Art Center

The Sedona Art Center is raising money through artistic creations. Artists from the center have been making ceramic bowls since March, to sell to tourists and residents in Sedona. The center is celebrating 10 years of Loving Bowls which raises mon...

Wednesday 11/28/2018
How to Prevent Gaining Holiday Pounds - Keto Diet

The increasingly popular Ketogenic Diet is a weight loss program that changes what the body burns for energy. Dr. Adam Kozin, naturopathic physician, describes the difference. "Glucose is kind of a fast burning, dirty fuel like coal, whereas ...

Monday 11/26/2018
Science Matters -- Sustainable Gift-Making Event

Holiday gifts don't always have to be store-bought. In fact, there's many different ways that recycled materials can be turned into a gift that can be given to a loved one. Melissa Eckstrom of Willow Bend Educational Center talks about what kinds ...

Pinecone Pastries

For college students being away from their families can be difficult which is why one local mom is finding a way to reconnect parents with their kids by making them a special treat in the form of pastries.

Flagstaff Weather-- April 26, 2019

Flagstaff can expect more cloud coverage as rain moves in from the Califor...

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