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.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

NAU hosted a statewide Climate Summit partnering with ASU and UArizona 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 that issues can'… READ MORE

Monday, April 29, 2019

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 visitors.  READ MORE

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

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. Dannielle Adams, Deputy Director of Marketing and Communication at Lowell Obs… READ MORE

Friday, April 19, 2019
Sunday, April 14, 2019

This is Water Awareness Month, and Flagstaff is doing its part to increase awareness of the need save water. Flagstaff Water Conservation Manager Tamara Lawless says the city is hosting rainwater harvesting workshops, spreading the word on social media and meeting with the public at local events. READ MORE

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Meet Sahaba, a mature dog looking for a forever home. She been at the Coconino Humane Association for almost five. Sahaba is energetic, and loves to run or go for walks. Sahaba had seven puppies, but they have now been adopted and it's time for her to find a home. READ MORE

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Teacher of the week, Christine Sapio, expresses to her students that science is fun. To accomplish this she likes to change up the curriculum and have her students participate, which are key components. Sapio said, that if students don't have that "Eureka" moment that they won't have anythin… READ MORE

Friday, April 05, 2019
Wednesday, April 03, 2019
Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Coconino High school’s robotics team, the Coconuts, traveled to California to receive an engineering inspiration award granted by NASA. The team won this award for motivating others in STEM education. Later this month the team will be traveling to Houston to compete with other robotics stude… READ MORE

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

This week's Teacher of the Week is someone who believes in gettiing out of her comfort zone, accepting tough challenges to grow. Killip Elementary's Linda Hart says she wants her students to keep learning by challenging themselves. She leads by example. READ MORE

Friday, March 15, 2019

 Wednesday evening Flagstaff’s Murdoch Center hosted a meet and greet for the City Manager candidates, directly addressing citizens and City Council members. Mayor Coral Evans explains the significance of the position as well as community engagement in the process. The last four potential ca… READ MORE

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Reba is an active female Shar-Pei/Terrier mix whot loves to play and be active with people. Although she is young, Reba is well behaved and suited for a family with older children. All she needs now is a forever home. Reba is available for adoption at High Country Humane READ MORE

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

While some families and kids head out of town for spring break, many will be looking for something for their children to do during school hours. Museum of Northern Arizona have special programs planned for those staying in Flagstaff over spring break. Jennifer Glennon, Discovery Program Mana… READ MORE

Thursday, March 07, 2019

Young puppy with playful spirits is looking for a forever home. The puppy's name is Kevin, and he is four and half-month-old American Pit Bull Mix. Kevin has spent already two months at Coconino Humane assosiation while he was recovering from K9 Distemper. But now, he recovered from disease,… READ MORE

Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Ash Wednesday is a time of sacrifice until Easter. Father Matt Lowry said Ash Wednesday is more than just putting ash on your forehead. It is a reminder for Catholics that God is always there and to turn back because he has more blessings to give. This day is a reminder for people to be humb… READ MORE

Thursday, February 28, 2019
Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans visited the 6th graders of Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy (FALA). She wanted the students to understand that the youth have representation too, and that their voice matters.  READ MORE

Thursday, February 14, 2019
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Friday, November 30, 2018

As snow preparation begins, Arizona Department of Transportation will be hard at work to make sure the roads and highways work effectively. ADOT will have multiple snow plows on the streets to ensure the public's safety on the winter roads. Doug Ninztel, ADOT Spokesman, says "We have approxi… READ MORE

Although the Vietnam War ended almost 40 years ago, local veterans are coming together to restore its history. One of the Huey helicopters used in the war is being repaired to dedicate to fallen soldiers.The helicopter is unique to the veterans because it is one of the original 20 given to t… READ MORE

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The cold winter season is right around the corner and it is that time of year where the homeless and the less fortunate can not make it to the store or afford food for themselves and family members. READ MORE

The cold winter season is right around the corner and it is that time of year where the homeless and the less fortunate can not make it to the store or afford food for themselves and family members. READ MORE

The wooden pedestrian bridge that spans from wheeler park to Flagstaff city library has been deemed unsafe. The bridge is scheduled for removal after dry rot was found on one of the beams. The bridge has been closed to the public sine early June. READ MORE

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Flagstaff Unified School District's needs are just barely being met considering Arizona's education capital funding is alarmingly impoverished. This has lead to the uprising of the public's demand for a change! Resulting in popular movements such as RedForEd and many propositions such as 423… READ MORE

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

This week’s Teacher of the Week is Peter Holloway, a teacher at Ponderosa High School. He started off teaching at a juvenile detention center, where he says he learned that honesty is key to helping students succeed. READ MORE

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

The season of giving is here and one NAU Student is trying to make a difference. Janae Davezan, organizer of the “Do For Love” campaign is seeking the community’s help to assist her in making winter kits for the homeless. If you want to help make an impact this Winter you can bring donations… READ MORE

Friday, November 16, 2018

With winter rapidly approaching, multiple local businesses are preparing to help those in need. Sunshine Rescue Mission, Assistance League Cedar Closet, The Garden, all are having coat drives to provide those in need with clothes for the colder weather approaching.These drives help thousands… READ MORE

July 19, 2019 marks 50 years since astronauts first stepped foot on the moon. Before their historic journey, they first left footprints in Flagstaff. Many would be surprised to know of Flagstaff's affiliation with the training of every astronaut for the lunar landing. READ MORE

It has been a little over one week since the midterm elections were held in Coconino County. With this being a close racem, the final results are expected some time this evening. READ MORE

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Students at Thomas Elementary School in Flagstaff created a new rock garden on the school grounds recently. The garden of brightly painted rocks represents a school of beautiful fish who are even more beautiful together. The garden was inspired by the book "Only One You" by Linda Kranz. READ MORE

Friday, November 09, 2018
Thursday, November 08, 2018
Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Everyone likes to see a record be broken and this voting election may have just done that. News reporter Conor Sweetman gives us detailed look into the voter turnout! READ MORE

Everyone likes to see a record be broken and this voting election may have just done that. News reporter Conor Sweetman gives us detailed look into the voter turnout! READ MORE

Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Local businesses have different approaches to encourage voting among Flagstaff residents. Some businesses closed up for the day, while others held promotions for customers who voted. Nick Irvine, a local business owner, discusses the importance of being educated before you vote.  READ MORE

Friday, November 02, 2018

With the winter soon approaching, flagstaff drivers will no longer be able to park along the streets from midnight to 7 a.m. In order to give people time to adjust, there will be a two-week grace period where warning citations will be given out. After the grace period, citations will be give… READ MORE

With Election Day right around the corner, many people are taking a proactive approach and voting in the midterms. Donna Casner, Chief Deputy Recorder, says that over 1000 in-person ballots have been received as well as 24,000 through mail. If you still would like to vote early, ballots can … READ MORE

Thursday, November 01, 2018
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