Sedona officials have dropped the city’s emergency declaration put in place in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Thursday, May 27

May 27, 2021

Contested Voter ID Bill Dies In State Legislature 

A contested bill that sought to provide new identification requirements for voters using mail-in ballots has died in the Arizona Legislature. SB 1713 narrowly failed in a Wednesday vote from the House of Representatives. 

The bill received opposing votes from Democratic lawmakers, along with Republican lawmakers —Rep. Michelle Udall and Rep. Joel John. 

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Tuesday, May 11

May 11, 2021

Fire Grows In Crown King Area; Evacuations Remain Effective


The Tussock Fire burning south of Crown King has increased to more than 4,400 acres and is zero percent contained, according to a spokesperson for the Prescott National Forest. Evacuations remain in place for the communities of Minnehaha, Horse Thief Basin and Fort Misery.


Sedona Fire

Two people suffered minor injuries after a small plane crashed while landing Sunday at the Sedona Airport in northern Arizona, authorities said.

Federal Aviation Administration officials said the Cessna C182 veered off the runway around 8:30 a.m. Sunday. The plane clipped a parked aircraft, struck a fuel truck and then flipped over.


An FAA spokesman said three people were aboard the plane.

Sedona police said high winds in the area and weight distribution on the plane could have led to the crash.

KNAU's Morning Rundown: Tuesday, April 13

Apr 13, 2021

Sedona Cancels Clinic As Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Questioned By CDC, FDA