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Paw Placement of Northern Arizona has signed a five year contract to provide animal welfare services in Flagstaff and Coconino County.

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A man accused of threatening to kidnap and kill a U.S. senator and his family has been indicted on federal charges in Arizona.


Police in Cottonwood say a man has been arrested for allegedly pointing a gun at his neighbors over loud music.

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Arizona wildlife officials say authorities are investigating the deaths of three endangered Mexican gray wolves, including one found in southwestern New Mexico.

Families who want to travel to Arizona's high country to cut their own Christmas tree this holiday season can buy a permit from Tonto National Forest starting next month.

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The State Bar of Arizona has dismissed a conflict-of-interest allegation against attorneys for a man charged in a fatal shooting at Northern Arizona University.

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A popular language-learning app is adding Navajo to its portfolio.

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Three Phoenix-area residents are accused of passing counterfeit $100 bills at a Prescott-area Costco store.

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Hawks that choose the city life are thriving in some places.  In fact, in New Mexico Cooper’s haws are edging out their rural neighbors from the best nesting spots.

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Arizona teachers are the focus of a new documentary screening tonight in Flagstaff. The film, “Teaching in Arizona,” follows three educators, as they balance their love for the job while living on some of the lowest teacher salaries in the country. Lisa Molomot directed the film, and teaches documentary production at the University of Arizona. She talked to KNAU's Aaron Granillo.



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