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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 Snowbowl Update

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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 Native American Craft Market

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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 Weak La Niña

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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 Separated Bike Lane Project

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