Flagstaff News

Immigration enforcement not priority in Coconino

As President Donald Trump moves to toughen up immigration enforcement across the country, law enforcement officials in Coconino County are reminding people who are in the country illegally…

Sensors near Flagstaff helping forecast ice

Sensors near Flagstaff helping forecast ice

The Arizona Department of Transportation says sensors installed at three Interstate 40 locations near Flagstaff are helping forecast the likelihood of ice forming on the busy highway. …read…

Flagstaff council rejects minimum wage election

Flagstaff council rejects minimum wage election

The Flagstaff City Council has voted against holding a special election in May on an initiative to repeal a voter-approved minimum wage increase that has sharply divided the…

Deadly crash, shooting along I-17 near Flagstaff

Deadly crash, shooting along I-17 near Flagstaff

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says I-17 is closed southbound near Munds Park because of a deadly crash involving a carjacking suspect. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News…

DPS helps rescue bus of tourists stuck in snow

DPS helps rescue bus of tourists stuck in snow

Authorities from several agencies worked to free a tour bus full of nearly four dozen tourists from across the Pacific after it became stuck on a forest service…

School closings for Tuesday, January 24

School closings for Tuesday, January 24

Winter weather means students in Flagstaff and elsewhere will miss school for a second day this week. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News – ABC15       …

Snow causes trouble on N. Arizona highways

Snow causes trouble on N. Arizona highways

The Arizona Department of Transportation has closed a 36-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 180 north of Flagstaff due to heavy snowfall. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News – ABC15…

NAZ News

Kachina Peaks Avalanche Committee Evaluate Potential Danger

Volunteers head to the San Francisco peaks to assess the potential danger of avalanches occurring…

Goodwill’s Plan to Keep Doors Open

Goodwill of Northern Arizona proposed plan to merge with Goodwill of Central Arizona amidst the…

AZCIR Investigates Police Use of Seized Assets

The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting released a report last month on how Arizona police…

Summer ramada reservations available for County parks

County Parks and Recreation to accept online reservations Tuesday, Feb. 21 …read more Source:: Coconino…

A Day Without an Immigrant Is a Day Without Food

Today, people around the country were participating in a protest. A few Flagstaff businesses closed…

Northern Arizona Lake Levels at All Time High

Due to record breaking precipitation this winter, lake levels are the highest they have been…

Weather Forecast
National & World News

UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

UPI Almanac for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

By United Press International On Feb. 21, 1972, Richard Nixon became the first U.S. president to visit the People’s Republic of China. …read more Source:: National and World…

Three bombers killed during attack on Pakistan local courthouse

Three bombers killed during attack on Pakistan local courthouse

Stephen FellerFeb. 21 (UPI) — Five people are dead and at least 10 injured after three suicide bombers attempted to attack a local court in Pakistan on Tuesday,…

‘Partridge Family’ star David Cassidy diagnosed with dementia

‘Partridge Family’ star David Cassidy diagnosed with dementia

Stephen FellerFeb. 21 (UPI) — Former teen heartthrob, and star of The Partridge Family, David Cassidy revealed in an interview that he has dementia. …read more Source:: National…

Gilles Simon wins opening match in Marseilles

Gilles Simon wins opening match in Marseilles

The Sports Xchange Gilles Simon of France, a two-time champion at the Open 13, rallied to beat Karen Khachanov of Russia. …read more Source:: National and World Stories…

Buffalo Bills’ free agency, draft shopping list

Buffalo Bills’ free agency, draft shopping list

The Sports Xchange The Buffalo Bills must decide which players to keep and seek to improve their 7-9 record from last season. …read more Source:: National and World…

Rick Ankiel admits to drinking vodka before two starts

Rick Ankiel admits to drinking vodka before two starts

The Sports Xchange Former major league pitcher/outfielder Rick Ankiel admitted on Monday that he drank vodka before his first two starts of the 2001 season. …read more Source::…

Jim Irsay: Indianapolis Colts’ coach, GM ‘clicking on all cylinders’

Jim Irsay: Indianapolis Colts’ coach, GM ‘clicking on all cylinders’

The Sports Xchange Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says head coach Chuck Pagano and new general manager Chris Ballard are “clicking on all cylinders.” …read more Source:: National…

Sports

Airplane Mode takes second place in Dunk Competition – Bright Side of the Sun

Airplane Mode takes second place in Dunk Competition – Bright Side of the Sun

Bright Side of the SunPhoenix Suns rookie Derrick Jones Jr. came in second place in the NBA’s Slam Dunk Competition on…

Why isn’t DeMarcus Cousins a Phoenix Sun? – Bright Side of the Sun

Why isn’t DeMarcus Cousins a Phoenix Sun? – Bright Side of the Sun

Bright Side of the SunSince the Suns have been regarded as one of the teams with enough “assets” to bargain a…

Arizona Cardinals Should Avoid Signing Jay Cutler – Raising Zona

Arizona Cardinals Should Avoid Signing Jay Cutler – Raising Zona

Raising ZonaOne of the traditions of the NFL off-season is trying to predict which quarterbacks will end up playing where. The…

Arizona Diamondbacks: Top Prospects to Watch in Spring Training – Venom Strikes

Arizona Diamondbacks: Top Prospects to Watch in Spring Training – Venom Strikes

Venom StrikesAlthough the Arizona Diamondbacks failed to have a top 100 prospect according to MLB.com, Torey Lovullo has multiple prospects, especially…

Arizona Diamondbacks Spring Training Questions, #5: Catching on – AZ Snake Pit

Arizona Diamondbacks Spring Training Questions, #5: Catching onAZ Snake PitThe next three spring questions were all ranked very similarly by respondents,…

Native American

Feds reverse conviction, citing ‘rat’s nest’ of tribal court problems

WASHINGTON – A divided federal appeals court Tuesday overturned the assault conviction of a Gila River Indian Community man, saying the tribal court failed to tell him…

NAU News

Parking violations break records

Various parking tickets have been handed out to NAU students, and students express their opinions on this issue. However, there are many alternate ideas so you do…