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KNAU's Morning Rundown: Monday, May 10

May 10, 2021

Fire Continues To Burn South Of Crown King

Evacuations and road closures are in effect as a fire burns seven miles southwest of Crown King, according to county and forest officials. The Bureau of Land Management on Sunday evening reported the Tussock Fire had spread to about 3,500 acres; an estimate for containment has not been released. 


KNAU's Morning Rundown: Friday, April 16

Apr 16, 2021

Use-Of-Force Incident Legislation Heads To Ducey’s Desk

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Thursday, March 11

Mar 11, 2021

Snowfall Could Affect Visibility, Road Conditions

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Friday, February 19

Feb 19, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine: Cancellations Continue In Coconino, Yavapai Counties


The Arizona Board of Regents has invited two candidates to interview for the position of 17th president of Northern Arizona University.

NAU Cline Library Special Collections

The Flagstaff City Council this week chose a new name for a downtown street named after the 19th century naturalist Louis Agassiz, who subscribed to racist ideologies.

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Coconino County reported a one-day jump of 105 new known cases of COVID-19 Monday. It’s a major increase, but health officials say a change in how they record infections accounts for the rise. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


Americans continue to grapple with isolation, job loss, and uncertainty as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Health experts say that’s taking a toll on mental wellness. KNAU’s Angela Gervasi reports.




Northern Arizona University officials have confirmed at least 96 cases of COVID-19 among students in the last week. It follows the start of in-person classes and comes a month after about 7,000 students began moving back onto the campus. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


Northern Arizona University officials report an enrollment drop of 3.8% for the fall semester.