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Our latest pet of the week brought to us by NAZ Today's Gracie Gunsalus is a 1-year-old Welsh Corgi mix. His name is Edgar and he loves to run around. We interviewed Tal - a kennel technician at Coconino Humane Association. He suggested that Edgar go to a home with a high energy owner or a y…

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

It's another week and we have another teacher is being highlighted for their work in the classroom. Kayley Quick, a graphics design teacher at Flagstaff High School (FHS), is our Teacher of the Week, and NAZ Today’s Justin Dubail was there to speak with her. READ MORE

Friday, March 06, 2020
Thursday, March 05, 2020

NAZ Today's Clare Sach reports, after 25 years of service with the Sunshine Rescue Mission Inc, Flagstaff's Stephanie Boardman has retired - handing over to Board Chairmen Kathie Knapp. The Sunshine Rescue Mission has grown from strength to strength these past few years, attracting those in … READ MORE

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Many students struggle with the expenses of college. With the cost of tuition and and textbooks increasing, food insecurity among students has become a growing problem. Louie's Cupboard believes they can end that problem. READ MORE

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Teacher of the Week is back again, and NAZ Today’s Justin Dubail ventured to the Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy (FALA) to speak with the dance instructor, Cori Wall. READ MORE

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

The Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival premiered over the weekend. Featuring local filmmakers, the festival celebrates art and promotes inclusive discussions about current issues. Films focus on a variety of topics, ranging from conservation efforts to amazing experiences held by some filmmake… READ MORE

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

For Black History Month, the NAU Office of Inclusion is hosting a variety of events during February to spread knowledge about famous African-Americans. NAZ Today's Emanuel Molina spoke with NAU's diversity coordinator Destinee King about the event and others taking place during February. READ MORE

Thursday, November 21, 2019

NAU hosted a statewide Climate Summit partnering with ASU and the University of Arizona this past weekend. The summit brought together indigenous leaders, students, and researchers to fight climate change for the next seven generations. ASU Senior Sustainability Scientist Jennifer Vanos says… READ MORE

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

A single shot was fired last Saturday into the store, and no injuries were reported. Authorities are still looking for a suspect and say they have no motive. A bullet fragment was recovered in the store, but the store manager believes that the bullet was fired randomly with no intended target. READ MORE

NAU hosted a statewide Climate Summit partnering with ASU and University of Arizona this past weekend. The summit brought together indigenous leaders, students, and researchers to fight climate change for the next seven generations. ASU Senior Sustainability Scientist Jennifer Vanos says tha… READ MORE

Andrew Bewely has been dreaming and training to be on Ninja Warrior. Bewely coaches a local class in Flagstaff where they train obstacle courses similar to the show. Ninja Warrior Coach Ralph Bardsley said they train by choosing workouts that use your body weight. READ MORE

Researchers at NAU received an award from the U.S. Air Force to find cybersecurity solutions to prevent future attacks. NAZ Today's Christian Ayala gives us details on the 6 million dollar award. Cybersecurity Researcher Bertrand Canbou says that cybersecurity is a major issue and without it… READ MORE

Andrew Bewely has been dreaming and training to be on Ninja Warrior. Bewely coaches a local class in Flagstaff where they train obstacle courses similar to the show. Ninja Warrior Coach Ralph Bardsley said they train by choosing workouts that use your body weight. READ MORE

Monday, November 18, 2019

NAZ Today's Joi Johnson introduces us to our two new pets of the week. Meet the dynamic duo, Akita and Monique. The two have an unbreakable bond that would make any household full of cuddles, kisses, and love. Check out these two best friends at the Coconino Humane Society. READ MORE

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

NAZ Today's Chelsea Parker tells us more details on the future high occupancy housing complex going up on Milton Road. Lynda Lassiter, a 20 year resident of flagstaff, is amazed by the change on and off campus over the past few years. One major concern about this new apartment complex is the… READ MORE

NAZ Today's Paige Kenny highlights this week's teacher of the week who's faith helps guide her actions in the classroom. April Carrillo is our teacher of the week. As a fourth-grade teacher, Carrillo says that teaching is her way of showing the love and dedication her teachers did when she w… READ MORE

Thursday, November 07, 2019

NAZ Today's Quannah Arnold sheds some light on a group costume gone wrong. Halloween has passed, but there is still controversy after a group of NAU students dressed in insensitive costume including an immigrant mother and a homeless veteran. The pictures sparked outrage on social media and … READ MORE

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

A house on the east side caught on fire after being struck by lightning early Wednesday morning. Flagstaff Firefighter Joe Toth said that the residents were able to call 911 and clear the rooms after making it to safety. No one was injured in the fire. READ MORE

You may have seen construction happening next to Chick-fil-A on Milton Road, where two old hotels once stood. The new project will be a new apartment housing called Uncommon Flagstaff. The new structure will be a six-story complex equipped with underground parking amenities. READ MORE

This week's pet of the week goes to our cute, furry, feline-friend Sam. Sam is a 5 month old kitten looking to cuddle up in his new forever home during this cold weather. He loves to play and has a lot of energy to burn off. READ MORE

FAME (Flagstaff Arts, Music and Education), a local organization promoting appreciation of the arts, is helping local high schoolers with a fall musical production, Heathers. NAZ Today's Christian Ayala takes us behind the curtains of this school production, a dark musical comedy based on th… READ MORE

NAZ Today's April Hettinger explains the new fun twist to rock climbing that's coming to Flagstaff. Ann Seibert, a rock climbing yogi, is bringing the fun new activity the northern Arizona. READ MORE

Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Flagstaff’s cold winters can be hard on a garden, but there are some tricks for winter plant care that can improve a gardener’s chances for success. Sidney Carr from Warner’s Nursery says regular watering is the key to successful winter plant care. Sylvia Meakin, a Flagstaff gardener, says g… READ MORE

Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Flagstaff Police received a call Saturday around noon when a man was seen breaking into an apartment. The suspect who fled the scene was identified as Jose Padilla. Padilla was found hidden in a storage unit behind the El Tapatio Restaurant on Route 66. NAZToday Reporter, Paige Kenny, shows … READ MORE

Flagstaff Police received a call Saturday around noon when a man was seen breaking into an apartment. The suspect who fled the scene was identified as Jose Padilla. Padilla was found hidden in a storage unit behind the El Tapatio Restaurant on Route 66. NAZToday Reporter, Paige Kenny, shows … READ MORE

Flagstaff Police received a call Saturday around noon when a man was seen breaking into an apartment. The suspect who fled the scene was identified as Jose Padilla. Padilla was found hidden in a storage unit behind the El Tapatio Restaurant on Route 66. NAZToday Reporter, Paige Kenny, shows … READ MORE

Thursday, September 26, 2019

Flagstaff is one of eight locations in Arizona to participate in a protest against climate change. Local Congressional Candidate, Eva Patzova says the leadership of this country needs to change when it comes to climate change legislation. Northern Arizona University students, Taylor Hall, an… READ MORE

Flagstaff is one of eight locations in Arizona to participate in a protest against climate change. Local Congressional Candidate, Eva Patzova says the leadership of this country needs to change when it comes to climate change legislation. Northern Arizona University students, Taylor Hall, an… READ MORE

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Flagstaff Fire Department takes on Flagstaff PD in a BBQ eating showdown. This event was put together to raise donations to support the Northern Arizona toy drive and Northern Arizona Burn foundation. The menu consisted of a full rack of ribs, an 8oz steak, a loaded baked potato, and a loade… READ MORE

Flagstaff Fire Department takes on Flagstaff PD in a BBQ eating showdown. This event was put together to raise donations to support the Northern Arizona toy drive and Northern Arizona Burn foundation. The menu consisted of a full rack of ribs, an 8oz steak, a loaded baked potato, and a loade… READ MORE

Monday, April 29, 2019

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 and don't force them." READ MORE

Tuesday, April 23, 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. READ MORE

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

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

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 region. If you have travel plans, there may b… READ MORE

Friday, April 12, 2019

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 try and catch a keeper. READ MORE

Tuesday, April 02, 2019

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 look at art through the slow art movement. READ MORE

Monday, April 01, 2019
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Thursday, March 28, 2019

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 Shapiro said, “People do acts of hate for no… READ MORE

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