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Monday, April 18, 2022

NAU Period Club President, Sydney Felsen, and ASNAU Vice President of Student Affairs, Kinsey Kavanagh, speak on their successful first steps towards ending period poverty on campus. More information about the period club can be found on their Instagram page @whc_nau READ MORE

Saturday, April 16, 2022

A young man in a white SUV ran through the front of Chipotle on Milton road. The driver was believed to have gone unconscious which led to the car accident. No one was killed, but 3 people were injured. READ MORE

Sunday, April 10, 2022
Friday, April 08, 2022
Sunday, April 03, 2022

NAZ Today's Liam Combs reports on Flagstaff's new alternate response team that began operations Monday. The "Care Team" is dispatched to 911 calls regarding mental and behavioral health or substance abuse to take the load off police officers who would otherwise handle the call. READ MORE

Saturday, April 02, 2022

Sports reporter Michael Manny catches up with incoming NAU freshman quarterback Angel Flores to see how he's adjusting to the college level as spring practice begins. He also discusses NAU women's basketball's impactful new addition via the transfer portal. READ MORE

The Coconino County Sheriff Department has been struggling with employment since COVID. The Coconino Board of Supervisors has approved a 1.4 million dollar compensation plan. This plan will help make the Coconino Sheriff's Department have a competitive salary making it a more attractive plac… READ MORE

NAZ Todays Tori Smith reports on the expected dates for Arizona Snowbowl’s closing dates. Snowbowl is switching to weekends only as of April and they are hoping to stay open throughout May. READ MORE

Friday, April 01, 2022
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Sunday, March 13, 2022
Saturday, March 05, 2022

February marked the anniversary of Pluto being found in Flagstaff, Arts and Entertainment reporter Matt Kienitz attended the Night Of Discovery. READ MORE

Reporter Chris Kratsis spoke to Sydney Felsen, President of NAU’s Period Club, who informs NAZ Today about Period Poverty on campus. READ MORE

Thursday, March 03, 2022

Members of the Navajo Council hosted a march in Kayenta on Saturday to spread awareness and demand justice for their missing and murdered relatives. If you have any information on any the missing or murdered people cases, contact the Navajo Police Department. READ MORE

Monday, February 28, 2022
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Monday, February 21, 2022

This past weekend we had the opportunity to attend the pride tour that took place at the runway this weekend. The purpose? To raise funds for the girl scouts of southern Arizona. Student Reporter Matt Kienitz reports. READ MORE

Sunday, February 20, 2022

Reporter Tori Smith brings us a look at the Native American Craft Market on the 89A to Sedona. Navajo culture thrives as jewelry and art pieces are sold at this location. This program is through the Non-profit NACA and promotes Native American entrepreneurs to sell their handcrafted products… READ MORE

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Kachina Peaks Avalanche center is a company formed after a tragic death. This group of professionals leads trainings and informs locals of the danger and safety tips for man made avalanches. READ MORE

Friday, February 18, 2022

With funding from Proposition 419, which was passed in 2018, Flagstaff City Council is moving forward with the JW Powell Boulevard expansion project that will span over a 20 year period. READ MORE

Saturday, February 12, 2022

With funding from the Green Fund at NAU, the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management is implementing a composting program with the goal of complete sustainability from the waste it produces throughout the year. READ MORE

Friday, February 11, 2022
Thursday, February 10, 2022

This year is a weak La Niña: meaning very little precipitation is expected. Dry weather across the west coast may mean fire season will be more intense. NAZ Todays Tori Smith reports. READ MORE

Saturday, November 20, 2021
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Saturday, November 13, 2021

The City of Flagstaff is adding separated bike lanes for about two miles along Beaver Avenue and Butler Street downtown. The project started last Monday, and will run until December 3rd. They will be replacing the white bike lane lines with concrete curbs as barriers. This stemmed from a pet… READ MORE

Friday, November 12, 2021

It's been a long wait but the covid vaccine for children between ages five and eleven years old has now arrived in flagstaff. Since Friday Coconino county health has been distributing the covid vaccine to children across the county. This Wednesday and Friday the Organization will only be dis… READ MORE

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Across the country, businesses small and large are facing a shortage crisis as demand spikes significantly. The supply shortage is coming from a global halt in distribution and production of certain products. Cornish pasty, located in downtown Flagstaff, has been experiencing shortages in pr… READ MORE

Friday, November 05, 2021

This week reporter Matt Kienitz introduces us to Oreo! An inquisitive and snuggly kitten. She would be a great addition to any home and would for sure be thankful to get adopted this holiday. You can adopt Oreo now at the Coconino humane association. READ MORE

For the 10th anniversary of local children’s book author, Monica Brown, the city of Flagstaff honored her accomplishment by putting the pages of her book in a storybook path at the Sawmill County Park. READ MORE

Wednesday, November 03, 2021

Every week we highlight one person who betters the community everyday. Reporter Tori Smith brings this weeks everyday hero: J.B. Dewitt with the Flagstaff Family Food Center. READ MORE

Monday, November 01, 2021

The High Country Humane Animal Shelter has been over capacity since this summer. They have resorted to housing animals in offices. They have reduced the cat and dog adoption fees to only $50, which includes the animals being microchipped, and given all necessary medical care. READ MORE

Thursday, October 28, 2021
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

A local Flagstaff organization held their 18th annual Day Of The Dead festival at the Northern Arizona Museum. This year the festivities were seen as especially important to remember those lost to COVID-19. READ MORE

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