April 18, 2008 – A Lack of Affordable Housing is one of Flagstaff's biggest challenges, according to candidates for Flagstaff city council and Mayor. Candidates discussed their ideas at a forum including some ideas new to city government.
Flagstaff, AZ – The century plant-also known as agave or mescal-was once celebrated by Native people as one of the first foods available after long winters. The last traditional agave roasts took place around World War II. Now, they've made a comeback among southwest tribes, in partnership with national forests.
Phoenix, AZ – Governor Janet Napolitano has agreed to let the state provide another 40-point-6 million dollars to schools to help teach English. But Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer reports she's not convinced the problem is solved.
Phoenix, AZ – State senators have moved to block Governor Janet Napolitano from mandating reduced greenhouse gas emissions and imposing new standards on the vehicles that can be sold here. Arizona Public Radio's Howard Fischer reports.
Flagstaff, AZ – Lonely Dell Ranch was established well over a century ago as a home for the families who operated Lees Ferry. Now the National Park Service operates it, and rangers there are trying to restore the ranch to the way it once was - down to the very last details.