Sedona Police Department

Authorities say a small plane had to make an emergency landing in the middle of a busy roadway in the northern Arizona town of Sedona.

Beginning today, the city of Sedona will require face coverings to be worn in public places and private businesses when physical distancing isn't possible, in an attempt to slowt he spread of coronavirus. 

NAU Economic Policy Institute

Economists at Northern Arizona University surveyed about 400 businesses in Coconino County and Sedona to see how they’re coping with the economic shutdown. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports on their findings.

The Red Rock Ranger District of Coconino National Forest says it will close its highest-use destinations and day-use sites in the Sedona area to slow the spread of the new Coronavirus.

Sedona’s mayor is in talks with Coconino National Forest officials to close several popular hiking trails and trailheads as large crowds continue to gather.