KNAU's Morning Rundown: Wednesday, March 31

Mar 31, 2021

Today is March 31 — declared Cesar Chavez Day by former President Barack Obama to commemorate the Arizona-born activist and labor rights organizer. Chavez, who was born near Yuma, co-founded what is now the United Farm Workers of America. Grandson Andres Chavez will discuss his grandfather’s work at a virtual event through Northern Arizona University.

Here are some of KNAU’s top morning headlines:

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Tuesday, March 16

Mar 16, 2021

It's Tuesday, March 16.

Winter Weather Advisory For Flagstaff, Williams, Kaibab Plateau


It's Friday, March 12.


Winter Weather Advisory In Effect Into Friday Evening

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Monday, March 8

Mar 8, 2021


It's Monday, March 8. 


Ducey Lifts Capacity Limits, Cites Declining COVID-19 Cases

Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday signed an executive order lifting capacity limits for Arizona businesses — including restaurants, gyms, water parks, and bars providing food service.


It's Wednesday, March 3.


Arizona officially surpassed 16,000 deaths yesteday from COVID-19 complications since the start of the pandemic. State officials earlier this morning reported 1,284 new cases and 29 recent deaths related to the virus — bringing the statewide total to 16,089 deaths. 

Ducey Receives First COVID-19 Vaccine Dose