infrastructure

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Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is known for doing the unthinkable in Washington — spending time with Republicans. 

  

Fire Updates And Morning Rundown: July 5, 2021

Jul 5, 2021

Rafael Fire Nears Full Containment; Team Surveys Damage 

The Rafael Fire southwest of Flagstaff is burning at 78,065 acres and is 95% contained, according to the latest update from the Prescott National Forest. Area communities affected by the fire have been downgraded to “ready” status for potential evacuation, including Sycamore Canyon. 

 

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The full U.S. Senate is set to consider a major bipartisan water bill that would provide upgrades to Arizona’s water infrastructure. It’s the first legislation to advance out of Senate committee related to the Biden-Harris administration’s recent sweeping infrastructure proposal. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


$8B Needed In Transportation Repairs On Navajo Nation

Jan 3, 2020
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Transportation officials for the Navajo Nation say it would take 116 years and $7.9 billion to meet their current infrastructure needs.

Officials at the Grand Canyon have lifted water restrictions after fixing a pipeline break.