Coconino National Forest has announced a proposal to expand mass transit shuttle services at select trailheads in the Sedona area to reduce traffic congestion, overflow parking in residential areas, and improve pedestrian safety.
Meteor Crater is offering residents of Arizona’s high country a chance to experience Meteor Crater and Barringer Space Museum for free Oct. 23.
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona's three state universities will comply with a federal mandates for government contractors and require their employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Dec. 8 unless granted exemptions, officials announced Oct. 15.
The jump in inflation this year reflects higher prices for food and energy and a number of other items from furniture to autos as the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand has outstripped supply.
COVID-19-related hospitalizations in Arizona remain on a plateau amid a gradual slowing of additional new cases and deaths during the current surge.
On Oct. 13, a jury in Arizona found U.S. Air Force airman Mark Gooch guilty of kidnapping and first-degree murder in Krause's killing.
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge in Phoenix on Monday was weighing whether the Legislature's decision to charge the city of Flagstaff $1.1 million this year because city voters raised its minimum wage is legal.
Rodeo queening is a long-standing tradition in the American West, dating to the first rodeo queen who was crowned 111 years ago.
WASHINGTON – Robocalls to Arizonans dropped by more than 3 million in July, to about 84.4 million for the month, as the first phase of a new federal mandate took effect that requires phone companies to implement anti-robocall measures.
After 89 years of serving Arizona and 40 years on the Navajo Nation, Bashas' grocery announced Oct. 1 it has been acquired by Raley’s Holding Company, an independent regional grocer based in California.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The brother of a U.S. Air Force airman on trial in the death of a Mennonite woman testified Sept. 29 that the defendant asked him to remotely scrub information from his cellphone shortly before he was arrested and later charged with kidnapping and murder.
PRESCOTT - Yavapai College has begun the process of launching baccalaureate degrees, more commonly referred to as four-year degrees.
PRESCOTT — A 17-year-old student accused of making an online threat about a school shooting in Bagdad was arrested Sept. 28, officials said.
A new state law barring schools from imposing mask mandates on students and staff is unconstitutional, a judge ruled Sept. 27. In a broad decision, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper also voided a host of provisions in laws approved by the legislature and signed by Gov. Doug Ducey in the waning days of the session that all were supposed to take effect Wednesday.
The agency’s projections show a 3 percent chance Lake Powell will hit a level where Glen Canyon Dam that holds it back cannot produce hydropower as early as July 2022 if the region has another dry winter.
Arizona had 123 cases and four deaths through late last week.
Sarah Barrett knew something wasn’t quite right after her first two children were born. She felt depressed and not as attached as a mother might be to her newborn.
A pilot was killed and his passenger injured after their private airplane crashed west of Page, Arizona, Sept. 22.
The incident occurred July 10 in the Buckeye Hills at Gillespie Dam.
The U.S. population a century ago was just one-third of what it is today, meaning the flu cut a much bigger, more lethal swath through the country.
Pollster Mike Noble pointed out that percentage of those who want to remain unvaccinated really has not changed in the last six months.
President Donald Trump’s administration moved its headquarters to Grand Junction, Colorado, in 2019.
The Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) is the largest of its kind within the agency that oversees more than 300,000 square miles of forests and grasslands in the U.S.
Arizonans are poisoning themselves with medication meant for horses and cattle in their belief it will prevent or fight COVID-19.
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has entered into negotiations with a developer to design, construct, operate and maintain improvements to Interstate 17 between Anthem Way and Sunset Point, according to a recent news release.