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The number of reported laboratory-confirmed influenza cases in Arizona during the current flu season is well below the number at this point a year ago but significantly above the five-year average.

A major Colorado River water user has proposed an interim plan for Arizona as it faces looming deadlines to manage expected shortages.

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A ballot shortage on the Navajo Nation during last week’s election prevented some tribal members from voting. Now, officials are allowing some who were turned away to recast their ballots. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


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Hundreds of soldiers saluted the flag-covered casket of fallen Utah Mayor Brent Taylor yesterday as his body was transported from Delaward to Salt Lake City. 

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Two new federal rules widen the range of employers that can leave birth control coverage out of their health insurance plans. That means some previously insured women will now have to pay out of pocket for contraception. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports.


Williams Police Add Cameras to Officer's Guns

Nov 15, 2018
Zac Ziegler

The Williams Police Department has purchased cameras that attach to the barrel of its officers’ guns. 

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake said Wednesday that he won't vote to confirm judicial nominees unless GOP leaders hold a vote on legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired.

Summit Fire and Medical Department

The wildfires burning throughout California have become the most destructive and deadly in the state’s history. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports, firefighters from around the country are helping out including nearly 170 from Arizona. 


AZ Game and Fish Department

A prized fishery below Glen Canyon Dam is getting more rainbow trout.

NASA Earth Observatory

Volcanic eruptions are among nature’s most dramatic events. But sometimes their impact can vary a lot even over a small area.


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