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Wednesday 04/10/2019
Mexican Gray Wolf Population At 20-Year High

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife announced a 10% increase in the Mexican gray wolf population, the largest it's been since the reintroduction began in 1998. NAZ Today Reporter, Mitchell McKenzie, says nine states have notic...

Tuesday 03/26/2019
Avocado Recall Affects Arizona, Other States

The Henry Avacado Company is voluntarily recalling avacados sold to retailers in six states including Arizona because of possible listeria contamination. The affected avacados were shipped from a packing facility in C...

Wednesday 02/27/2019
Grand Canyon Addresses Uranium Exposure Concerns

The Grand Canyon is working to reassure the public regarding the danger of potential uranium exposure in the park's Museum Collection building. Earlier this month, news broke that containers with uranium ore had been ...

Wednesday 11/07/2018
Arizona Voter Turnout 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!

State Election Results

Republications are largely in the lead for state wide elections. Republican Doug Ducey defeated democrat David Garcia for state governor. Republican Mark Brnovich was reelected for state attorney general over democrat...

Friday 11/02/2018
Last Day for Early Voting

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 ...

Wednesday 10/10/2018
AZGF Completes Four Year Trout Stocking Study

Arizona Game and Fish Department completed a four year study looking at the effects of trout stocking in streams, rivers, and lakes all around the state. Game and Fish officials also placed radio trackers on fish to s...

Wednesday 10/03/2018
Presidential Alert System

Earlier today, President Trump issued a nation wide emergency test alert. According to FEMA, the test was issued to gauge how easily the government could warn citizens in case of a state of emergency. The presidential...

Thursday 04/26/2018
Red for Ed Walkout

Months of protests over teacher pay and raising school funding have led to the statewide Red for Ed walkout. This marks the first mass teacher strike in Arizona's history. Educators were protesting for a 20% raise in ...

Wednesday 04/25/2018
NAU Researchers Have Found Water on the Moon

Researchers at Northern Arizona University are making progress on mapping water on the moon.

Friday 04/13/2018
Governor Ducey Announces Net Pay Increase for Arizona Educators

Following weeks of protest, big news for state educators comes in the form of a promise by Governor Doug Ducey to put forth a net pay increase for Arizona teachers.

Monday 03/26/2018
President of Arizona Board of Regents is Stepping Down

Eileen Klein, president of the Arizona Board of Regents made an announcement in a letter today saying that she is planning on taking some time off. Klein will be stepping down from the position later this year.

Tuesday 03/13/2018
Flagstaff Land Swap

A proposed land swap was discussed at a recent Flagstaff City Council meeting. The swap would mean that land would involves the feds trading land with the state which then would be given to the Hopi. 9400 acres of tha...

School Walkouts Planned for Wednesday

Throughout the United States and even here in Flagstaff, students have planned school walk outs to protest congressional inaction on gun violence.

Thursday 03/01/2018
Reservations Now Available for Fossil Creek

Reservations for the Fossil Creek area are now available.

Monday 02/12/2018
Governor Doug Ducey gives key note speech at the Athena Awards in Flagstaff

Governor Doug Ducey attends the Athena Awards hosted by the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce on Friday. He gives a key note speech that highlights Arizona education, minimum wage and the Grand Canyon.

Thursday 11/30/2017
Wanted: Poachers in Arizona

In the past month, there are three poaching cases in Arizona and the Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a reward for those who can help catch these individuals.

Monday 11/27/2017
Increase in Overdoses Drives Official to Introduce NARCAN

A 74% increase in opioid related deaths has prompted the introduction of NARCAN. Jason Lurkins with the Coconino County Sheriff's Office says NARCAN is a controlled substance that will help the person breathe after an...

Tuesday 11/14/2017
Coconino High School Robotics Team Searching for Volunteers

The Coconino County High School Robotics team, The Coconuts, are looking for volunteers for their upcoming competitions. The Coconuts have won several local and national awards, holding an eleven-year track record of ...

Wednesday 10/25/2017
Flagstaff Haunted House Donates Proceeds to Local Organizations

Dark City Entertainment is hosting its first haunted house. Dan Duke, Woody's Old School Tattoos and Piercings, says he wanted to create an entertainment company that promotes fundraisers for local organizations and t...

Monday 10/23/2017
Hopi High School Visits NAU

A group of students from Hopi High School visited NAU's Campus and School of Communication today. The group of students are studying media such as radio, video, and print journalism,

Monday 10/16/2017
Body of Missing Glendale Teacher Believed to be Found

According to Sgt. Cory Runge, Flagstaff Police, a body found over the weekend is believed to belong to missing Glendale kindergarten teacher Cathryn Gorospe. Gorospe was last seen on October 6 after bailing out Charli...

Tuesday 10/10/2017
Valley Teacher Goes Missing

Cathryn Gorospe, a 44-year-old Valley Teacher, was last seen over the weekend in the Flagstaff area.  27-year-old Charlie Malzhan was bailed out of jail by Gorospe just before Gorospe was reported missing by her roomm...

Monday 10/09/2017
Flagstaff Acts on Climate Change

A local news conference including Mayor Coral Evans, and U.S. Representative Tom O'Halleran was held in Flagstaff regarding climate change. Local members of the Sierra club warned that climate change has lead to devas...

Wednesday 10/04/2017
Flagstaff Family Survives Las Vegas Shooting

A Flagstaff family are among the survivors from the Las Vegas shooting that occurred on Sunday, October 1.

Flagstaff Weather-- April 26, 2019

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

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