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Sedona Tree Branch Removal Update
Tree branch removal related to the February snowstorm is expected to continue for another few weeks. The amount of material collected thus far is significant. “Our inspectors measured the limb pile at our Brewer Road property at 140 by 70 feet,” says city Right-of-Way Specialist Victor Estrada,” and
DPS: Dog found nearly two weeks after being thrown from car in crash
MUNDS PARK, Ariz. (FOX 10) - The Arizona Department of Public safety found a dog that had missing in Northern Arizona nearly two weeks after he was thrown from a vehicle in a crash.
What's in a name: Sedona
SEDONA, AZ (3TV/CBS5) -- The dramatic sandstone formations around the city of Sedona draw millions of visitors from around the world who want to see for themselves the stunning views of Arizona’s red rock country.
Great Wolf Lodge Arizona resort, indoor water park to open in October
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- With an 85,000-square-foot indoor water park, the Great Wolf Lodge Arizona is set to open its doors to its first-ever Arizona resort near Scottsdale in October.
Arizona ECO Delivers New Map, Response to City of Prescott
The revised map includes a total of 452 acres of Open Space. Jason Gisi, CEO of Arizona ECO Development (AED), has delivered a revised map and a written narrative to the City of Prescott, responding to public concerns raised largely by the Save the Dells Political Action Committee (PAC).
The city of Sedona and Yavapai County host waste collection
This event is for residents of Sedona and unincorporated Yavapai County. Be prepared to show a driver’s license and one utility bill as proof of residence. Business waste will not be accepted.
Sedona Fire District to spend over $45,000 on new equipment
The first item approved is a Hurst E-Draulic 2 Ram, cutter, spreader and charging bank package that costs $32,213.52. A SFD report describes it as a battery-powered hydraulic rescue tool that is the latest technology in rescue equipment, often used in vehicle accidents. The report also states that t
Arizona grand jury indicts suspected leader of drug ring
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's attorney general says a state grand jury has indicted a man suspected of being the leader of a drug ring that distributed and sold methamphetamine, heroin and the powerful synthetic painkiller in the Phoenix area.
Medical records available for former patients of two closed Arizona hospitals
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Former patients of two Arizona hospitals that shut down finally have access to their medical records. Gilbert Hospital and Florence Hospital at Anthem closed last summer after financial hardships.
How Wyatt Earp, other Tombstone, Arizona connections brought the ‘Old West’ to the Inland Empire
For history buffs who wonder how the Inland Empire is tied in with the “Old West,” there is an interesting connection between San Bernardino County and the legendary Tombstone, Arizona.
Prescott Job Fair Takes Place on Wednesday!
It’s Job Fair season in Prescott! The 2019 Prescott Job Fair is sponsored by: ResCare; Fry’s Food Stores; Fann Contracting; Prescott Honda, and Life Line Ambulance (powered by AMR) and hosted by: Yavapai College; Prescott Chamber of Commerce; Goodwill of Northern & Central Arizona; Arizona@Work; and
Camp Verde Parks & Rec to take over town events
In the Great Recession that started in 2007, falling tax revenues in the town of Camp Verde led to a town government unable to pay to run many of the public events throughout the year. In 2008, Camp Verde Promotions was founded with the intention of taking up the mantle for events like Corn Fest, Fo
Cowboys baseball rides four-game win streak
Camp Verde coach Will Davis said he wanted his team to minimize their mental mistakes, and the Cowboys responded with a four-game winning streak. “I think we are making some strides in that area and definitely improving,” Davis said. “They are in the right position the majority of the time, and that
Why ‘Sister Wives’ Fans Are Not Happy With Kody Brown
Kody Brown has been receiving a lot of backlash from “Sister Wives” fans this season as he pressures the family to move to Flagstaff, Arizona, and now, following the latest episode, the Brown family patriarch is once again receiving heat.
As winter recedes, staff tackle new crop of potholes
Michaelson Johnson, Matt Sedillo and Michael Stauder may work for the city’s streets section, but this time of year, they are hunters. But instead of weapons, they hunt with shovels and bags of asphalt. And instead of deer or elk, for them, it is pothole season.
Lite Company Owners Passing the Torch
The Lite Company, a 40-year-old family-owned Flagstaff business, is operating in 2019 with a big change.Long-time owners Mike and Kathie Knapp have just sold their beloved business.
Local Roundup: Marquez pushes Spartans baseball past Cowboys, 6-5, in 8 innings
Jacob Marquez has been in some tight games against the Cowboys, and on Monday he helped win one for the Spartans in an extra inning. The senior went 3 for 4 with a double and walked in the winning run, and Northland Prep claimed its long-awaited home opener at Sinagua Middle School, beating Camp Ver
Flagstaff Council Passes Resolution Supporting Grand Canyon Uranium Ban
The Flagstaff City Council has again affirmed its opposition to uranium mining near the Grand Canyon. Members passed a resolution last week supporting a federal bill to permanently ban new claims on a million acres. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.
“Lots of things are going to warm up”: NAU graduate student builds ‘Kraken’ to see where carbon will go in warmer streams
“My intake is out there somewhere,” Ali Martinez says as we clomp through red mud to the edge of the pond at the Arboretum to check on her experiment. A week of heavy winter rains in Flagstaff have changed the terrain of the ‘Arb,’ creeks rushing in ravines usually felted with snow.
Juniper House provides hope for Flagstaff women leaving prison
For one Flagstaff woman, an unstable living condition led to homelessness, drug addiction and a life of crime. After exiting jail, she was determined to live differently; she heard about the Juniper House, a re-entry home for women in Flagstaff which was created in 2016 by Catholic Charities.