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Life at the border: How a wall could impact this Arizona town

The town of Nogales, Arizona, sits close to the United States’ border with Mexico. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Morgan Radford looks at the possible impact of a border wall of different sides of the issue.

TODAY.COM

Heavy Snowfall Forecast for Parts of Arizona High Country

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Parts of Arizona’s high country are expected to receive heavy snowfall over the next few days as a cold storm with low snow levels crosses the region.

SIGNALSAZ

'El Chapo's' brother, cartel are focus of federal investigation in Southern Arizona

The trial of the notorious drug kingpin known as “El Chapo” wrapped up last week in New York City, but the federal investigation of his brother and the Sinaloa Cartel rolls on in Southern Arizona.

TUCSON.COM

LIST: 4 best kept secrets in Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)-- People from all over the world come to Arizona on vacation. But for those of us who live here, we sometimes forget just how many cool places there are here, or maybe we don't even know about them.

AZFAMILY

Stray dog trapped in muzzle for 2 weeks in northeastern Arizona

TSAILE, Ariz. — A stray dog rescued in the northeastern corner of the state is believed to have been wandering for more than two weeks while trapped in a rubber muzzle. Pixie is now at the Arizona Animal Welfare League getting treatment for the sores the muzzle created on the side of her face and sn

12NEWS.COM

3A parity opens door to anyone in state tourney

There is something to be said about the parity in 3A girls’ basketball. On Saturday afternoon, the Arizona Interscholastic Association released the state playoff brackets and based on a number of coaches it’s anybody’s guess on which teams will make the championship game.

NAVAJO TIMES

Chinle Starbucks opens to long lines

It’s Valentine’s Day, and you know what Navajos really love? Their coffee. So it was no surprise that word had percolated to the community and the second Starbucks on the rez was already bustling on its first day in business, even if it is located inside a nursing home.

NAVAJO TIMES

‘It’s the threat you don’t see …’

Police cadets undergo training scenarios to test reactions, performance. The training scenario is this: A reckless driver is forcing oncoming motorists to pull off the highway. The incident is in the middle of night, in the middle of nowhere on the reservation.

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‘… I can outlast most girls’

Chinle teen transforms self-defense into boxing silver. In grade school, Mariah Bahe was bully bait — the kind of small, quiet kid that’s always getting picked on. She dreaded the bus ride to school, where the big boys would taunt her and pull her hair. Her mother, Elmira Bahe, urged her to report t

NAVAJO TIMES

Winter snows damp down drought

Each passing week brings the White Mountain region a a little closer to a time many people dread: fire season. By this time last year, fire officials were already getting edgy, as an exceptionally dry period from October through a warm and snowless winter set up conditions for a dangerous fire seaso

WMI CENTRAL

Inmate claims jailers abused her, files $10.5 million lawsuit

APACHE COUNTY — At a December 4, 2018 meeting, Apache County supervisors honored two county jail employees “for their quick actions that resulted in saving the life of a newborn baby and her mother.” The county supervisors presented jail nurse Destiny Kirk with a lifesaving award and Corporal Raymon

WMI CENTRAL

In thrilling overtime, Chinle girls nip MV

The Chinle girls’ basketball team needed a little more time to finally put away the Monument Valley Lady Mustangs on Thursday night in the opening round of the 3A North tournament.

NAVAJO TIMES

Diné pianist helped judge Grammys

By the time the Grammy Awards hit your TV screen Sunday, all you’ll see is the glitz and glamor. But a lot of hard work goes into deciding who walks away with those golden Gramophones, and a Diné musician is part of it.

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Boys basketball team hoping to dominate Regionals

t’s been a big week for the Sand Devils’ boys basketball team as they finished the regular season, winning two out of the last three games on the road. They finished the 3A North regional schedule with a win-loss record of 7-3 and a No. 2 ranking and a No. ten state conference ranking with an overal

LAKE POWELL CHRONICLE

Supervisors delay action on emergency management

APACHE COUNTY — Since early December, the Apache County supervisors have been dancing around a proposal by District II Supervisor Alton Joe Shepherd to take control of emergency management and its $200,000-plus annual grant away from the sheriff’s department.

WMI CENTRAL

Lyman: Dividing county based on representation, not race

Utah State Rep. Phil Lyman, R-Beaver/Garfield/Kane/Piute/San Juan/Sevier/Wayne, said Friday he might be for dividing San Juan County into at least two counties, but not for the reasons people think.

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