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  • On today's newscast: Critical fire weather conditions are expected throughout northern Arizona, Navajo leaders have called out a high school after an Indigenous student’s feather plume was cut off her cap during graduation, the Goldwater Institute has threatened to sue the City of Prescott over the denial of a proposed hotel, Rudy Giuliani has finally been served for his role in the attempt to overturn Trump’s 2020 election loss in Arizona and more.
  • Critical fire weather conditions are expected for areas north of the Mogollon Rim including the Little Colorado River Valley and Navajo Nation, as well as the mountains of Yavapai County and Oak Creek/Sycamore Canyons.
  • On today's newscast: Flagstaff police arrest man suspected of firing a gun at Bushmaster Park, a new report shows 31 states pay teachers better than Arizona, Coconino County gets a new manager, a fire ecologist on the benefits and challenges of prescribed burns and more.
  • On today's newscast: The Navajo Nation is considering legislation to approve a sweeping federal settlement over access to the Colorado River and other key water sources, Habitat for Humanity has completed two homes in the remote Supai Village on Havasupai land, and advocates for the Apache sacred site Oak Flat will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case over a massive copper mine that threatens the area.
  • On today's newscast: The Arizona Supreme Court has delayed enforcement of a near-total Civil War-era abortion ban, rangers in Grand Canyon National Park say they've likely recovered the body of a man who attempted to float the Colorado River in a homemade raft, and fire managers in northern Arizona continue a series of prescribed burns and treatments.
  • On today's newscast: a new study on evaporating snow could help cities and farms that use Colorado River water, Gila County delays the rollout of short-term rental regulations, the Arizona Supreme Court affirms Flagstaff Sen. Wendy Rogers will have an opponent in the Republican primary and more.
  • On today's newscast: federal agencies have finalized guidance for protecting water levels in lakes Powell and Mead, Navajo Nation President Buu Nygren testified before a congressional subcommittee, a conversation with writer and former wilderness guide Michael Engelhard and more.
  • On today's newscast: a new paper says uranium mining near the Grand Canyon poses a threat to groundwater, Tonto Creek bridge construction nears completion, remains found in northern Arizona nearly 50 years ago identified and more.
  • Nearly five years after three young children died in northern Arizona's Tonto Creek, Gila County is using a $21 million federal grant to build a bridge over part of the stream.
  • On today's newscast: the Flagstaff City Council opts not to take a stance on the ongoing war in Gaza, wildlife officers euthanized a mountain lion repeatedly seen in a Prescott neighborhood, an anti-abortion group has asked the state Supreme Court to reject requests to delay enforcement of a near-total abortion ban and more.