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Coconino County supervisor candidate in LD 6 race in 2020

Coconino County District 1 Supervisor Art Babbott announced Thursday he will be running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 6 in 2020. Legislative District 6 encompasses a large area of northern and eastern Arizona and includes parts of Gila, Navajo, Coconino and Yavapai


US agents: 103 Central Americans surrender at Arizona border

LUKEVILLE, Ariz. (AP) - The U.S. Border Patrol says its agents have detained 103 Central American migrants in Arizona just north of the border with Mexico. The agency said Tuesday it encountered the group early Monday west of the Lukeville crossing south of Tucson.


Sentencing set for Arizona immigrant advocate convicted in tax case

PHOENIX (AP) -- Sentencing is scheduled Wednesday for a longtime advocate for immigrants in Arizona who pleaded guilty to a felony charge stemming from his tax preparation business.


Meteorologists say impending storm could be one of the top 10 biggest snowstorms in Arizona

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Meteorologists say a storm that is set to hit Arizona late Wednesday night and into Thursday could be one of the top ten biggest snowstorms the state has ever seen.


Another snowstorm set to hit Northern Arizona

Another winter storm is expected to hit northern Arizona later this week. FOX 10's Marcy Jones reports.


COCONINO COUNTY: Releases Grand Canyon North Rim Economic Impact Study

Coconino County issued the following announcement on Feb. 6. The purpose of the study, funded and requested by the County, was to examine the economic impact of keeping the North Rim open to visitors from May 1 – Oct. 30, which would add two weeks on each end of the season.


Arizona city slammed with $10M lawsuit over deadly Uber autonomous car accident

The family of Elaine Herzberg, the 49-year-old woman who was killed by one of Uber’s self-driving prototypes in 2018, has filed a $10 million lawsuit against the city of Tempe, Arizona, where the accident took place. They claim the paved median in the middle of North Mill Avenue created a confusing,


Winter Storm Watches Have Been Issued For All of Northern Arizona Beginning Early Thursday

Winter Storm Watches have been issued for all of Northern Arizona beginning early Thursday and continuing through Friday afternoon. Now is the time to prepare for what will be the biggest winter storm of the season so far!


Arizona Lawmaker Claims HB2696, Infanticide Bill Isn’t What Was Intended

A progressive Arizona State legislator is reportedly calling foul because her infanticide bill is set to be heard in the Judiciary on Wednesday, according to Rep. Jennifer Jermaine (D-LD18). Jermain alleges on Facebook that her fellow democrat, Rep. Raquel Teran, does not support the bill of which s


List: Cancellations, school closures due to the Arizona winter storm

Schools, meetings, events. Many groups are wisely changing their schedule after looking at the upcoming weather in Arizona. Bookmark this story and check back for updates on closures across Arizona. To report that you've postponed your event, email us at connect@12news.com.


Arizona hiker describes being hip-deep in quicksand in Utah park

An Arizona man who was hiking with his girlfriend at Zion National Park in Utah is telling the tale of being stuck hip-deep in quicksand for 11 hours during a winter storm over the weekend.


Arizona police arrest 9 for child sexual exploitation

SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (AP) — Police in the southern Arizona city of Sierra Vista say they teamed up with local, state and federal agencies to arrest nine people on suspicion of using the internet for child sexual exploitation.


Will Arizona finally ban cell phone use while driving?

On Jan. 8, a Scottsdale resident accidentally struck and killed a Salt River police officer while texting and driving. This incident refueled the constantly burning debate about a statewide distracted driving ban in Arizona, one of only three states without a law to prohibit all texting while drivin


Lady Sand Devils advance to semifinals

The No. 2 seeded Lady Sand Devils defeated the Tuba City Warriors 43-42 Monday night advancing to the semifinals. Both teams got off to a cold start offensively. The Sand Devils scored just six points in the first quarter, the Warriors scored only three.


Arizona DNA bill which alarmed many will only cover a few people

PHOENIX — Tuesday’s headlines splashed some alarming news — that a bill in the Arizona Legislature was going to require Arizonans to not only give DNA samples to the government, but pay up to $250 per person for the privilege.


One-on-one with Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema

PHOENIX, AZ — In a quiet, empty room at American Legion Post 41, Arizona's first elected female U.S. Senator, Kyrsten Sinema, is talking about her first Senate Bill - The Legion Act.


Flagstaff History: Four escape fall into frozen Lake Mary

1894: The heaviest snowstorm of the season took place on Saturday. It snowed all day and two feet of snow fell. The mail from the east on Tuesday did not reach here until Thursday, the cause of the delay being a blizzard in Kansas.


President's Day holiday closure calendar

The following schedules have been announced for the Presidents Day holiday on Monday:. — Flagstaff City Hall and other city offices: Closed. — U.S. Postal Service: No delivery and offices closed.


Around the town: Antelope House Ranger Led Discovery Hike

Come explore Wupatki National Monument with the Antelope House ranger-led discovery hike Saturday, Feb. 16 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Antelope House hike is a three hour hike of moderate difficulty. There is cross country walking over rocky surfaces and some hills. Participants will be able to see P


Camp Navajo, Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, Community Adopt Coconino JLUS

Coconino Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) policy and technical committee members came together for the last time at the Flagstaff Aquaplex in late January. The committees, which included representatives from Coconino County, Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, Army National Guard Camp Navajo, and other