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Arizona Department of Transportation Adds Travel Times Along I-17 to Flagstaff
PHOENIX – “How long until we get there?” If you’re used to hearing those words over and over while driving on Interstate 17 between Phoenix and Flagstaff, the answer is now on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s (ADOT) electronic message boards.
Behind the scenes: Joy Cone in Flagstaff, world's largest ice cream cone manufacturer
Did you know there's an ice cream cone factory in Flagstaff? You can tour the facility and find out how a 100-year-old company makes ice cream cones for some of the biggest companies in the country.
Flagstaff City Council Approves Changes To Vaping In Public
The city of Flagstaff is reducing the number of places e-cigarette smokers may vape. Councilman Jim McCarthy said a new ordinance that takes effect Jan. 10 will treat vaping like traditional tobacco products.
Cloudy but warmer weather moves into Arizona
PHOENIX, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- Pretty nice weather for mid December is expected this weekend with temperatures a few degrees warmer than normal. For Friday through Saturday, high pressure will keep conditions dry but allow high clouds to increase across Arizona as an area of low pressure develops around
Kim Kardashian asks for copy of NAU student's thesis about the celebrity
FLAGSTAFF (3TV/CBS 5) − A Northern Arizona University student’s master’s thesis landed him not only an advanced degree, but bragging rights as a social media sensation and a tweet from Kim Kardashian.
Friends: Social media tip led to missing NAU student's body
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) -- Friends of a Northern Arizona University student say they acted on a social media tip to find his body in a flood control channel in downtown Flagstaff.
Flagstaff Youth chorale hosting deck and house painting fundraiser
The Flagstaff Youth Chorale is participating in a fundraising opportunity provided by a Flagstaff contracting business, Tesano Contracting. Ten percent of all house painting and deck construction projects scheduled between November 15, 2018 and January 15, 2019 will be donated to the Chorale, with w
Music Box: This week in local shows
Clifford E. White Theater: “A Christmas Carol Suite in Modern Bare Feet.” 7 p.m. Episcopal Church of the Epiphany: Music from Charly Spining, Jeannette Moore, Andrea Graves. Refreshments provided. 6-9 p.m.
Around the Town: Skate at the Station is back for another winter
It's time to skate at the station once again. Come skate at Flagstaff’s only outdoor rink outside the historic Flagstaff train station. All skating and rentals are free. Plus, mark the grand re-opening of the skating rink by getting your picture with Santa. Polaroids are $1 or take your own for free
Is it illegal in Arizona to decorate a saguaro cactus on your own property?
The holiday season is upon us, and in Arizona it's not out of the ordinary to see a cactus or two adorned with lights, sometimes even a Santa hat. The question comes from an Instagram post, our own actually. We posted a lovely photo of a decorated cactus in Carefree from our our Instagram friend @mo
Pile burns planned south of Flagstaff Thursday
Fire managers will be conducting green waste pile burns and slash pile burns south of Flagstaff starting Thursday morning. Fire managers are planning to conduct pile burns west of Interstate 17 near Willard Springs exit and near the closed southbound rest area. The first is a six-acre area at the Co
Everything you need to know about Arizona's weather
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - From its lowest elevation, about 100 feet above sea level along the Colorado River to the top of Mount Humphries near Flagstaff at 12,611 feet, Arizona has weather for just about everyone.
Outfitting Flagstaff homes: Sustainability Program working to cut energy costs, waste within city
For many, the arrival of winter means cranking up the thermostat, taking longer showers, running a space heater on high and using whatever other mechanisms available to help fight the cold.
‘Sister Wives’ Janelle Brown Struggles With Flagstaff Winter
Sister Wives fans who follow Kody Brown‘s wife Janelle Brown on Instagram heard that she struggles with the Flagstaff winter days. She posted about it on her Strive with Janelle Facebook page. In her post, she lamented the lost Las Vegas sunshine, even though the days were short there. The recent mo
Winslow active shooter held without bond
WINSLOW, Ariz. — On Dec. 3, the Winslow Police Department received calls of shots fired in the 900 block of West Second Street in Winslow. The suspect, later identified as Matthew Garcia, shot a male victim and fled south from the scene.
Better Bucks program designed to help ease panhandling concerns
The Prescott Valley Police Department has initiated a program designed to allow residents to better help those in need. Five years ago, the Flagstaff Police Department partnered with the Shadows Foundation to develop the Better Bucks Program to address a panhandling problem.
Bears notch 1st win over Flagstaff since 2012 in 60-50 upset
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Heading into its Grand Canyon region matchup against dreaded Flagstaff on Tuesday, Dec. 11, Bradshaw Mountain’s boys’ basketball team had gone six long years without beating the Eagles.
Around the Canyon: Week of Dec. 12
Grand Canyon School middle and high school bands will perform their annual winter concerts beginning at 7 p.m. Dec. 12 in the school’s multipurpose room. The concerts are free and open to the public — support your local band students!
Best of Flagstaff 2018 x
Congratulations to the Best of Flag 2018 winners! And a big thanks to all Flagstaff businesses and residents that participated in this annual contest brought to you by the Arizona Daily Sun.
Flagstaff Trailheads: Books, walking, and many other holiday events
Hazel Kimball has accepted another volunteer job at the Joe Montoya Community and Senior Center. As the librarian responsible for organizing the books, she's now looking for other publications to add to her shelves -- and not just any book, but first-rate volumes that will enrich the overall quality