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Arizona Secretary Of State Unveils Plan To Increase Youth Vote

During the last national election in 2014, college aged students accounted for just 4 percent of Arizona’s statewide vote. Secretary of State Michele Reagan wants to see that number increase…

Senate Bill Would Settle Hualapai Claims to Colorado River Water

A bill introduced by Republican Arizona senators John McCain and Jeff Flake would settle claims to water from the Colorado River made by the Hualapai Tribe. Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan…

Musical Collaboration Explores Wildfire in Northern Arizona Forests

The Flagstaff Festival of Science begins today and this year the theme is “the science of change.” Two local artists have teamed up to create a musical experience about wildfire…

Ann Kirkpatrick Backs Arizona Minimum Wage Increase

Arizona voters will decide in November on Proposition 206, which would eventually raise the state’s minimum wage to $12 per hour. Democratic Congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Ann Kirkpatrick has…

Body Pulled From Colorado River; May Be Missing River Guide

Authorities at Grand Canyon National Park say a body has been pulled from the Colorado River and it’s believed to that of a missing guide from a commercial trip. …read…

Poaching Of A Cow Elk And Calf Reported In Northern Arizona

Authorities are investigating the poaching of a cow elk and her calf in northern Arizona. State Game and Fish Department officers received information that the cow elk and calf had…

Bipartisan National Poll Shows Continued Support for Grand Canyon Monument

A new bipartisan poll shows more than 80 percent of Americans support the proposed Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument. Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, the survey was conducted…

Earth Notes: Manzano HawkWatch

This year marks the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty, an agreement signed in 1916 to help conserve, protect, and manage migrating birds and their habitats throughout the U.S. and…

Arizona Students Improved In Math And Reading Proficiency

The Arizona Department of Education has released the latest AzMERIT scores and they show students around the state improved in math and reading proficiency. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News –…

Challengers Of Arizona's 2010 Immigration Law End Lawsuit

A coalition of civil rights groups agreed to end its challenge of Arizona’s landmark 2010 immigration in a deal in which the state issued guidelines on how police officers must…

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