Public universities aren’t the only higher learning institutions facing steep budget cuts and enrollment drops as many students defer going to college because of the coronavirus outbreak. Coconino Community College is planning for at least a 10 percent decrease in students this fall, and leaders have begun to plan for how to contend with a decline in revenue. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius caught up with CCC President Colleen Smith to talk about how the school plans to adapt.

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Another winter storm is expected to drop more snow in northern Arizona and bring rain and colder temperatures to the Phoenix metro area.

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In the depths of the Great Depression, the nation’s unemployment stood at 25 percent. With people hungry and desperate for jobs, President Franklin Roosevelt signed a law in March 1933 creating the Civilian Conservation Corps. The CCC gave jobs to single men 18 to 25 years old, with most of their thirty-dollar-a-month paychecks returned to their families.