A bat collected from the bottom of the Grand Canyon has tested positive for rabies.

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A jury has convicted a man of killing a couple and their dog in northern Arizona.

Timothy Duffy

Singer-songwriter Dom Flemons’ newest album, Black Cowboys, takes a rarely seen look into a nearly lost piece American history. Its 18 tracks are a mix of originals, traditional folk tunes, and many seldom-heard songs that chronicle the role played by African-Americans in settling the West after emancipation in the 19th century. Flemons’ is a fifth-generation Arizonan and a former Flagstaff resident, and tomorrow he returns as one of the headliners at Pickin’ in the Pines. For the latest installment of KNAU’s series Eats and Beats, I had a chance to talk with Flemons about the very personal genesis of Black Cowboys.


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An Arizona state lawmaker who was seen on video bragging about driving more than 120 mph (193 kph) earlier this year pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge for speeding Thursday.

Authorities say no foul play is suspected in the deaths of two dozen cows in the Heber and Overgaard areas.

 

Poetry Friday: The Summer Day

Sep 14, 2018
Heather Songster

There are just a few precious days of summer left before the Fall Equinox. So, you might want to get out there and enjoy these warm September days, dry trails and dwindling wildflowers while you can. Today's Poetry Friday segment inspires us to do just that...it's Mary Oliver's 'The Summer Day', ready by KNAU listener Heather Songster. 

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The Navajo Nation's vice president is facing a challenge in his bid for the tribe's top elected post.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for an Arizona state lawmaker who generated national headlines after a video captured him bragging about driving more than 120 mph earlier this year.

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Some ecologists and activists argue the endangered Mexican gray wolf should be reintroduced further north in Arizona to increase the population. But a new study coauthored by the Arizona Game and Fish Department says expanding the range would harm recovery efforts. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports.


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State environmental officials are warning against consuming certain fish from a lake in Apache County.

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