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The plan takes effect Feb. 1 and will allow 64 people per day to hike the popular rock formation near the Utah-Arizona border, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

By By Brady McCombs, Associated Press January 12, 2021

National Weather Service forecasters say they’re still looking at the data for 2020 but that it’s clear that there was record or near-record dryness in much of the Southwest last year.

By Associated Press January 5, 2021
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Congress has passed a long-awaited bill that would address water availability issues for residents living on the Navajo Nation in Utah who lack access to running water — a problem exacerbated by the pandemic.

By Associated Press December 29, 2020
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The legislation will next head to President Donald Trump for his signature.

By Associated Press December 24, 2020
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Gov. Doug Ducey's office announced Dec. 23 his appointment of Brian Furuya to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Kenton D. Jones.

By Associated Press December 24, 2020
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WASHINGTON — Congressional leaders have hashed out a massive, year-end catchall bill that combines $900 billion in COVID-19 aid with a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill and reams of other unfinished legislation on taxes, energy, education and health care.

By Associated Press December 22, 2020
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SEDONA — A Sedona police officer was injured and a suspect was shot during a call for a reported stolen vehicle at the Sedona Airport Dec. 20.

By Associated Press December 22, 2020
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PHOENIX (AP) — At least seven Mexican wolf pups have successfully cross-fostered into wild packs since last spring, Arizona Game and Fish Department officials said.

By Associated Press December 22, 2020
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A veteran law enforcement officer has been named as police chief in Flagstaff, the city announced Dec. 21.

By Associated Press December 22, 2020
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A large campground resort project proposed for a northern Arizona high desert site near the Navajo Nation is stalled amid objections centering on cultural sensitivity in general and teepees in particular.

By Associated Press December 22, 2020

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