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Tucson Claims National Security for Cell-Phone Tracking Secrecy

The city of Tucson says there’s a good reason why it doesn’t want to provide details of how it tracks cell phone users: national security. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer…

Gilbert Church Wants U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Sign Case

Attorneys for a tiny Gilbert congregation want the nation’s high court to void regulations that limit the size and placement of signs to its services. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer…

Odile Will Enter AZ as a Tropical Depression Wednesday Evening

Though we have often received remnant moisture from tropical systems, it is quite rare that a storm of tropical nature (i.e., Hurricane, Tropical Storm, Tropical Depression) makes it to the…

Arizona Prepares Appeal as EPA Again Rejects the State’s Regional Haze Rules

The Environmental Protection Agency recently rejected part of Arizona’s plan to improve visibility at several Southwestern wilderness areas and national parks including the Grand Canyon. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan…

Earth Notes: Utah’s Oil Sands

The Colorado Plateau has seen its share of energy booms and busts. In eastern Utah, another one may be poised to begin. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News – KNAU     …

State Republicans May Try to Block Independents from Their Primaries

Republicans may try to block independents from voting in future party primaries after they may have affected the outcome of some close races this year. Arizona Public Radio’s Howard Fischer…

Injured Workers in Purina Plant Explosion Listed in Good Condition

Four people were injured in an explosion at the Nestlé Purina plant in Flagstaff late Sunday afternoon. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, two are now listed in good…

Death Certificate Case Win Calls into Question State Gay Marriage Ban

In what could be the first crack in the state’s ban on gay marriage, a federal judge Friday ordered the state to issue a death certificate for George Martinez that…

Suspected Respiratory Virus Triggers Visitor Restrictions at Northern Arizona Healthcare

Health officials suspect that the first cases of a severe respiratory virus that mainly affects children may have arrived in northern Arizona. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, both…

Low Power on News/Talk 91.7 Flagstaff

Due to storm damage at our transmitter site on Mt. Elden 91.7 in Flagstaff is running on low power and may cause low signal outside of the Flagstaff area. The…

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