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Tuesday 04/30/2019
Athletes of the Week- This Season In NAZ Sports

Another exciting year in Flagstaff sports wraps up with summer quickly approaching. NAZ Today takes a look back, highlighting this spring's rising stars, Troy Yazzie-FHS Basketball, Kyle Casados-CHS Baseball, Jack Ber...

Monday 04/29/2019
Foxes and Worms and Bears, Oh My!

Bearizona has a new resident in Cleo the Fennec fox. She's learning positive reinforcement training with help from staff at the wildlife park. Super worm rewards are motivating Cleo to have safe behavior around visito...

NAZ Today Says Farewell to Senior Staff and Broadcast Season

NAZ Today has concluded its new broadcasts until the fall semester. Graduating seniors Makayla Clark and Conor Sweetman are moving on from positions as student reporters and say thank you to NAZ Today viewers for thei...

2020 Census Adding Jobs to Flagstaff Economy

The 2020 Census is less than a year away. City of Flagstaff Comprehensive Planning Manager, Sara Dechter, say the Census is the biggest mobilization of federal employees besides military operations.

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 ...

Sunday 04/28/2019
Arizona Cracks Down on Distracted Drivers

Governor Doug Ducey has signed a bill banning texting and requiring the use of hands-free cellphone devices when driviing.

NAU Working to Improve Mental Health Services -- Part Two

Student Reporters, Cassidy Zimarik and April Hettinger, continue their look at what is being done to meet increased demand for mental health services at NAU in the second of their two-part series.

Friday 04/26/2019
Pet of the Week -- April 24. 2019

His name is Big Mac, and he's waiting at the Coconino Humane Association for his forever home. Our Pet of the Week is a  handsome Labrador Retriever mix has tons of energy so he would do well with someone who likes to...

Thursday 04/25/2019
How the Census Works

It has been nearly a decade since the last census was taken in Flagstaff. The census allows the government to get an accurate count of the population in every part of the country. Flagstaff Comprehensive Planning Mana...

Wednesday 04/24/2019
Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival Holds Performances in Historic Riordan Mansion

The Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival, better known as FlagShakes, is putting on shows in the historic Riordan Mansion starting this weekend.

Flagstaff Helping with Sexual Assault Cases

     As an end to month long series on sexual assault, we spoke with Flagstaff police to find out how sexual assault cases are handled.  Many times in these cases, the victims are often times blamed by court officials...

NAU Trying to Keep Up with Rising Demand For Mental Health Services

Demand for mental health care is increasing nationwiide, particularly on college campuses. NAU is no exception. The University has been struggling to meet demand for counseling appointments, which can sometimes take w...

New Star Viewing Building for Lowell Observatory

Lowell Observatory is celebrating its 125th year by adding new ways for the public to look at the stars. A new building will have six new telescopes and it will roll on rails every evening to reveal the telescopes. Da...

Two Flag High Students Are Finalists for Vans Competition

Two Flagstaff High graphic design students are finalists in a competition for Vans shoes. They have made it to the top 50 and the winner will be determined by a nationwide vote.

Tuesday 04/23/2019
Yoga Helps Trauma Victims

Trauma Yoga is a class that gives victims of traumatic events a new way to cope. Its focus is on giving them a better sense of self-worth through self-care. Trauma Sensitive Yoga Instructor, Jan Rominger, says yoga an...

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 th...

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.

Coconino High's Coconuts Score Again at International Championship

The Coconino High Coconuts Robotics Team came away winners again after competing in their 12th consecutive FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston over the weekend.

NAU Fee Increase to Fund Expanded Sustainability Efforts

Starting this Fall, NAU students will pay a $15 "green fee" each semester, a $10 increase over the current fee. The increase will generate about $600,000 a year.

Artiist Honors Late Son with Art Exhibit Featuring Honeypot Ants

Artiist Charlie Bynar says her son Isacc loved studyiing honeypot ants. After his death from a siezure, she created an exhibit showcasing the insects.

Arizona Requires Hands-Free Devices to Use Cellphones in Cars

It is now illegal to text, or to hold a phone while talking and driving in Arizona.

Monday 04/22/2019
New Roots Project Helps Refugees Tell Their Stories

Refugees are using art to tell their stories as part of a unique project at NAU. NAU Masters student Kiril Kirkov, a migrant from Bulgaria, says he created the new roots project to allow other migrants to share their ...

Cat Shelter Provides Outdoor Freedom for its Feline Guests

With summer approaching, a higher number of kittens are being born due to the warmer weather. NAZ's Rayna Steffen visted a local shelter that takes a different approach to caring for cats.

Friday 04/19/2019
Girls Join Flagstaff Boy Scout Troop

Scouts BSA Troop 142 at Corner Elementary School now includes girls.The organization known for decades as the Boy Scouts, now calls itself Scouts BSA.

Coconino High School Drama Club Performs Arsenic and Old Lace

The Coconino High School Drama Club has spent their whole semester preparing the classic play Arsenic and Old Lace. The comedy is focuses on a family that takes some wildly unexpected turns.

Flagstaff Weather-- April 26, 2019

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

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