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Short Film Raises Concerns About Escalade Project

The Grand Canyon will get a lot of attention Saturday night in Flagstaff, as the city’s Mountain Film Festival hosts a special event called, “Celebration of the Grand.” There will…

Arizona Scientists: Gravitational Waves Offer New Way to Study the Universe

Scientists have announced the detection of gravitational waves, only theorized until now. Arizona astronomers say the finding opens up a new way to observe the universe. …read more Source:: Flagstaff…

NAU Study: Cells May Age Faster If Your Spouse Isn’t Supportive

New research from Northern Arizona University found signs of increased aging in the cells of married people who say they don’t receive emotional support from their spouse. …read more Source::…

President Begaye to Sign Navajo Veterans Act Saturday

Navajo Nation officials plan to revamp the tribe’s Veterans Administration. President Russell Begaye will hold a signing ceremony Saturday of a bill designed to more closely involve the tribe’s veterans…

Flu Cases 'Widespread' but Below Average in AZ

State health officials say the flu has spread to every county in Arizona. The number of confirmed cases for this season, however, remains below average statewide. That’s also the case…

Lawmakers Debate Electing U.S. President by Popular Vote

Some Arizona lawmakers want the state to change how their electoral delegates vote for the president. If they’re successful, Arizona would be the first Republican-leaning state to back electing presidents…

Flu Now Widespread In Arizona; Over 3,700 Cases Reported

State health officials say the flu is now widespread in Arizona. The Department of Health Services says more than 3,700 flu cases have been reported, although the department says there…

School Gun Violence Takes Center Stage In 'Columbinus'

Tonight, The Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy will put on a production most high schools would never dare attempt. The play, columbinus, is based on the 1999 mass shooting at…

Lawmakers Debate Pulling Out of Electoral College

Some Arizona lawmakers want the state to pull out of the Electoral College in presidential elections. If they’re successful, Arizona would be the first Republican-leaning state to back electing presidents…

10 must-try pairings for Arizona Beer Week

A look at the beer and food pairings for Arizona Beer Week, Feb. 11 – 20. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News – ABC15       …

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