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Are The ‘Sister Wives’ Broke? Kody Brown Finances Questioned After Flagstaff Move
He initially pitched a move out of Las Vegas to his wives as a cost-effective measure that would save them money. However, following information being released about the “Sister Wives” family’s new lives in Flagstaff, some are beginning to question the Brown family’s financial health.
Coconino County Sheriff’s investigate Homicide in Doney Park
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Coconino County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic violence incident earlier this morning. The incident took occurred around 7:00 a.m. in Doney Park area.
North Country HealthCare's new vehicles
A head-turning medical van and Food Center truck are out on the roads of Flagstaff. Two new, vibrant vehicles can now be spotted on the streets of Flagstaff. Last week, North Country HealthCare unveiled its newly redesigned medical van, which helps deliver quality medical care to the underserved pop
50 single family homes planned off East Butler Avenue
A section of land off of East Butler Avenue will be home to a new development as a Phoenix-based developer looks to build 50 single-family “bungalow” style homes. The development, called Woodshire on Butler, is on a currently undeveloped, four-acre piece of land south of Butler and just east of Haro
New Verde Valley hiking trails show off views all the way to Flagstaff
Just a few miles north of Camp Verde, Arizona, Wet Beaver Creek cuts a meandering course through high-desert plains and sparse mesas on its way to the Verde River. For thousands of years, the perennially flowing stream has been the life blood for peoples who settled near its green corridor.
Hope Cottage: For every question, the answer is love
Hope Cottage is a women’s and children’s residential, homeless ministry established in Flagstaff by the Faith Community over 20 years ago. The present shelter, constructed 9 years ago has endured tremendous wear and tear offering approximately 20,000 bed/nights per year of shelter to women and child
Semi fire with load of batteries closes southern Arizona highway
BENSON -- A highway near a popular state park had to be closed Thursday after a trailer load of batteries being hauled by a semi truck caught fire, creating a safety hazard, authorities said.
Sentencing set for Arizona man convicted of killing 3 people
PHOENIX (AP) - Sentencing is scheduled for Friday for a man convicted of murder in the deaths seven years ago of a cigar salesman in Phoenix and a couple from an upscale suburb in two burglaries.
Flagstaff police share memories at officer's funeral
Raindrops spotted the parking lot Wednesday as the hearse carrying Flagstaff Police Department officer Daniel Beckwith’s remains parked outside of the Church of the Nazarene.
Financial Literacy Bill Passes Arizona House Of Representatives
The Arizona House approved a bill Thursday requiring high school students to complete at least one-half course credit in economics to study personal finance. Rep. Michelle Udall, R-Mesa, said teaching life skills is an important part of preparing students for life after high school.
Sheriff's Office: 1 dead, 1 held after domestic violence
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Coconino County authorities say one person is dead and that another is in custody following a domestic violence incident Thursday in the Flagstaff area.
Around the town: Be a part of history with the Arizona Name Stories Project
Be a part of living history by joining the Arizona Name Stories Project at the Flagstaff Public Library downtown on Monday, March 25 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. NAU journalism professor Angelé Anderfuren will show you how to research your name, write your own name story, and even submit it for pub
Here's why springtime in Arizona is awesome, according to the internet
Goodbye, parkas and hello, cargo shorts! Spring is back in Arizona. Yes, I enjoy a pair of cargo shorts as much as the next guy, and the upcoming season is a great excuse to bust them out.
Flagstaff could see up to an inch of snow Thursday
Wednesday marked the first official day of spring in the northern hemisphere but with up to an inch of snow in the forecast for Thursday, the tulips are far from blooming in Flagstaff.
Coconino County Man Arrested For Wife’s Death
A Doney Park man, Timothy M. Duran, has been arrested for the stabbing death of his wife, Crystal L. Morgan. Duran was booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility on charges of First-Degree Homicide and Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
Arizona hotel, resort renovations ramp up
Above: The newly completed $50 million Spa at the CIVANA wellness resort is one of the largest in the Southwest. (Photo by Lisa Diederich Photography) Real Estate. You’ve no doubt heard the phrase “Keeping up with the Joneses.”
The Top 10 most expensive homes in Flagstaff
Fueled by rising rents, stagnant wages and deep cuts to housing services, this year’s tally of Arizonans experiencing homelessness rose by 10.3 percent, to 9,865, the report found. Only four states saw a larger increase.
Phoenix Police officer killed after being struck by a car in Maryvale
PHOENIX (FOX 10) - A Phoenix Police officer has died in the line of duty after being hit in a serious collision in Phoenix. Sgt. Tommy Thompson says Officer Paul Rutherford, 51, was struck by a car while investigating a separate collision. He was transported to the hospital in extremely critical con
Supervisor's assistant charged with felonies over forged Mingus Union High document
Garrison, who attended Monday’s hearing, said that he had been informed of the charges as soon as Bateman was interviewed by the Sedona police in August 2018, said he has seen no reason to doubt her work since she has been employed by him in February 2018.
Youth employment bill impacts student workers in Flagstaff
The Arizona House of Representatives’ Committee voted to pass House Bill 2523, which would allow employers to lower the minimum wage for employees between the ages 16 and 22 who are full-time students and work 20 or fewer hours per week. HB 2523 was passed Feb. 27 by a narrow 31-29 vote to lower the