Zac Ziegler

REPORTER/ALL THINGS CONSIDERED HOST

Zac is a life-long Arizonan. He grew up in Tucson, and moved to Flagstaff to attend NAU. He first came to KNAU as a student worker while completing his master’s degree, and later as a reporter in Yavapai County. He left Flagstaff and headed back to Tucson to begin his career in radio, where he worked for the flagship station for University of Arizona athletics, and the local NPR and PBS affiliate. While in Tucson, Zac won two regional Edward R. Murrow awards for use of sound and breaking news coverage, as well as a Rocky Mountain Emmy for environmental reporting. When not at work, Zac enjoys getting out in the cool mountain air and spending time with his wife Ashley, daughter Anna and dog Moose. He’s an avid beer geek and basketball fan.

Zac is a life-long Arizonan. He grew up in Tucson, and moved to Flagstaff to attend NAU. He first came to KNAU as a student worker while completing his master’s degree, and later as a reporter in Yavapai County. He left Flagstaff and headed back to Tucson to begin his career in radio, where he worked for the flagship station for University of Arizona athletics, and the local NPR and PBS affiliate. While in Tucson, Zac won two regional Edward R. Murrow awards for use of sound and breaking news coverage, as well as a Rocky Mountain Emmy for environmental reporting. When not at work, Zac enjoys getting out in the cool mountain air and spending time with his wife Ashley, daughter Anna and dog Moose. He’s an avid beer geek and basketball fan.

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Grand Canyon National Park has suspended the collection of entrance fees as many of the services shut down in what park officials say is an effort to keep with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on coronavirus.

Coconino County Health officials say there has been a second presumptive positive test for COVID-19.


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Coconino County Health officials say a resident of the greater Flagstaff area has tested positive for COVID-19.

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Health officials say there are now 18 diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in the state.

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The director of Flagstaff biotech firm TGen North says the nonprofit could soon be allowed to run tests for COVID-19.

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