Groups: More Time Needed To Weigh New Mexico Drilling Plan

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Archaeologists, historians and environmentalists are joining New Mexico's congressional delegation and a coalition of Native American tribes in asking federal land managers to grant more time for the public to comment on a contested plan that will guide oil and gas development near Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

Navajo Poet Jake Skeets Wins Whiting Award

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Navajo poet Jake Skeets has been named one of the winners of this year's Whiting Award.

Phoenix Police Department

Authorities have identified the suspect who shot three Phoenix police officers on Sunday night…killing Commander Greg Carnicle and wounding two other officers.

Arizona Daily Sun

Animal adoptions are up across the country as shelters scramble to find homes for dogs and cats during the COVID-19 outbreak. KNAU's Gillian Ferris reports. 

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused a spike in demand for food and other basic supplies, but new research from Northern Arizona University shows supply chains are still intact. The FEWSION project uses big data to map the sustainability of food, water, and energy systems in the United States. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny spoke with project lead Ben Ruddell about how those systems remain resilient in a crisis.