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Preliminary standardized test scores have been released for schools around the state and they show that while Flagstaff Unified School District students again fell below... [Read More]
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A preliminary order issued by a federal judge earlier this month has found that Coconino County Sheriff Jim Driscoll doesn't appear to be violating state... [Read More]
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Monsoon thunderstorms have sparked several lightning caused fires around Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. Land managers are suppressing some and letting others burn to consume... [Read More]
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The campground on the Havasupai reservation, deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon, will be closed to visitors until the end of August. [Read More]
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A lull in the monsoon pattern will bring sunnier skies and hotter temperatures to Flagstaff in the first half of this week. Daytime temperatures are... [Read More]
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The Arizona Department of Public Safety's annual roadside check last month flagged nearly 2,000 commercial vehicle violations that resulted in 139 vehicles and 81 drivers... [Read More]
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Thanks to recent precipitation, Coconino County has lifted all fire restrictions on land north of the Grand Canyon. Those restrictions had applied to all unincorporated... [Read More]
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A heightened risk of flash floods will continue across northern Arizona through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. [Read More]
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With the national forest closures now lifted, Arizona Snowbowl will open its summer activities on Friday. [Read More]
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Monsoon-related flash flooding that hit the Havasupai village of Supai on Wednesday and Thursday have forced the closure of the popular Grand Canyon destination to... [Read More]
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On Wednesday afternoons a cluster of pop-up tents and tables now fills the parking lot outside the Market of Dreams on Flagstaff's east side. [Read More]
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Although monsoon rains are on their way, the drought conditions that have persisted since the fall have left their mark on Flagstaff's key surface water... [Read More]
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It has been more than five weeks since yellow caution tape and "Forest Access Prohibited" signs went up at popular trailheads and forest access points... [Read More]
Pedestrian fatality... [Read More]
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The rain that washed over northern Arizona on Saturday was good news for fire danger in the region, at least temporarily. [Read More]
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As the rest of the world has heated up over the past 30 years due to planet-warming carbon emissions, Flagstaff has followed suit. From 1988... [Read More]
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Almost 20 new staff positions, new funding for law enforcement officer retention and employee raises of up to 5.5 percent are included in Coconino County's... [Read More]
The public is invited to attend a focus group on the merit selection of Superior Court judges. The meeting will be from 5:30 p.m. to... [Read More]
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A Kansas man who was fatally shot by a Forest Service law enforcement officer in Oak Creek Canyon in early January tested negative for a... [Read More]
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Starting today, the city of Flagstaff will no longer accept a range of plastics in its curbside recycling program. Going forward it will only accept... [Read More]
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