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Two dead, five injured in wrong-way crash on I-40 east of Holbrook

According to Arizona Department of Public Safety officials, shortly before 4 p.m, troopers began receiving calls of a wrong-way vehicle driving eastbound in the westbound lanes of I-40 near the Hopi Travel Plaza. The vehicle was reportedly driving at a high rate of speed.


The world's biggest meteor crater is in Winslow, Arizona

PHOENIX - If you're standing on the corner in Winslow, Arizona, you should walk a couple steps further and check out the world's largest meteor crater.

ABC 15 NEWS - 2018-06-21 19:15:12

DPS: 2 dead, 5 hurt after wrong-way crash in northeastern Arizona

Minutes later, the driver smashed head-on with a van. The driver's car then caught fire, according to DPS.


Barringer Meteor Crater And Discovery Center, Arizona

After visiting historic Holbrook, Arizona and Petrified Forest National Park, we hit the road for the two-day drive back home. On the first day, we drove from Holbrook to Las Vegas, stopping at Meteor Crater and Hoover Dam on the way. Then on the second day, we drove all the way home to Rocklin, Cal


2 dead, 5 injured after wrong-way driver crashes with Apache Junction church van

HOLBROOK, Ariz. - A wrong-way driver collided head-on with a van carrying members of an Apache Junction church Saturday on Interstate 40, killing two people and injuring five more.


Flagstaff History: Eyesores got 'Red Tags' for demolition

People look out a the aftermath of the Dude Fire in 1990. The fire burned 24,000 acres on the Tonto National Forest, destroyed 46 homes and killed six firefighters.Northern Arizona University, Cline Library


Grandma's Marathon winner faster than all but six US women in history - Canadian Running Magazine

Kellyn Taylor (@kellyn_taylor) wins the@GrandmasMarain a NEW COURSE RECORD of 2:24:28!#Gmas18@NAZ_Elite@HOKAONEONE#timetoflypic.twitter.com/SQBWcPVMwt— Josh Cox (@JoshCox)June 16, 2018


Lots of talk but little action from NAU frustrates residents

One of the first salvos in the race for three seats on the Flagstaff City Council was fired Thursday, but it didn’t come at City Hall.Adam Shimoni, one of six candidates, addressed the Arizona Board of Regents during their monthly meeting held this month in Flagstaff at the High Country Conference C


For some Flagstaff dads, Father's Day could be spent on the fireline

For local families with one or both parents who are firefighters, this month is one of long, unpredictable work hours and the potential to be called away to a wildfire at any moment. Father’s Day is often skipped or put off to another day because of hectic schedules.


Drones Earning their Space in the Sky  - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper

Chad de Alva of Lightforce Media, LLC has been working with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly called drones, for more than seven years. In that time, he has advocated for the industry and educated others, while piloting numerous projects for which drones and their payloads offer new, innovat


Multiple wildfires - likely caused by lightning - in the Happy Jack area atop Mogollon Rim

The Tank Fire is currently estimated at 50+ acres, and the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office has issued a pre-evacuation notice to Clear Creek Units 1 & 2 northeast of that junction. Resources on scene at the Tank Fire include three engines, two crews, and two helicopters, with an air tanker and lead


Ex-wife of man who killed 6 in Arizona relieved he's dead

Connie Jones speaks about her ex-husband, Dwight Lamon Jones, at a news conference Tuesday, June 12, 2018, in Flagstaff, Ariz. Authorities say Dwight Jones is responsible for the recent deaths of six people in... more


Taylor, Barno Makes History in Grandma's Marathon - Fox21Online

“Obviously super excited and relieved in a sense because I had Boston and as a marathoner you only get two, maybe three if you’re lucky a year and to do one and not even finish it is kind of like well you know there goes half your year. For myself, I think that I’d been kind of dabbling in this. I m


CCSO: Woman suspected in murder of 94-year-old husband

According to CCSO, subsequent investigation led to Rudd's wife, Marie Carmen Rudd, being identified as a suspect in his murder.


Navajo Nation taking steps to prevent wildfires during drought

Burning debris, and building campfires, charcoal fires and warming fires is prohibited.


Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center partners with Miles Eye Center

PHOENIX — Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center, an affiliate of American Vision Partners, has recently announced a partnership with Miles Eye Center to improve the quality of eye care for patients in the communities of Show Low and Lakeside. “This partnership presents an opportunity to bring together t


Mystery experience for adults planned June 28

SHOW LOW — Mystery-loving adults, 18 years and older, collaborate to unravel the clues to the suspicious disappearance of a renowned professor at another Mystery Experience, “Curse of the Mummy,” from 10 a.m. to noon or 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 28, at Show Low Public Library, 181 N. 9th Street. Tw


Can You Learn to be a Great Manager?  - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper

My column last month was titled, “Five Habits of Great Managers.” I always re-post my columns on social media and that column had by far the most views of any column I’ve ever written. In addition, I received a long list of emails about the topic. One of the most interesting questions I received was


Are You Prepared for Mental Decline?  - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper

No one likes to think about cognitive decline in themselves or their loved ones. But, for many families, this is an incredibly important topic to address. In fact, 5.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, including 10 percent of people aged 65 and older. When they pass away, one in three seni


Bears on the move – one released, one euthanized by AZGFD

According to AZGFD, bears can be attracted to bird feeders and bird food and will sometimes tear down feeders to get the seeds. If you live in an area where bears may live, it’s a good idea to remove the feeders at night to reduce the temptation for bears or other unwanted wildlife that could become