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Flash flooding sweeps Arizona; 1 rafter dead in Grand Canyon

One person who went missing from a Colorado River rafting trip in the Grand Canyon during a flash flood was found dead Thursday in frigid water while a second person was found alive, a park spokeswoman said. The flood was part of monsoon storms that have inundated Arizona this week, including in Flagstaff where city

Wildfires

Slate Fire grows to 100 acres, leads to closures along Hwy 180

The Slate Fire which began early this morning (Monday, 6/7) is located approximately 23 miles northwest of Flagstaff on the west side of U.S. Highway 180 and has grown to roughly 100 acres throughout the day. Portions of Highway 180 will be closed throughout the remainder of the day and into the evening as responders

Travel

Northern Arizona: Places to Visit on a First Date

We often see happy, joyful photos of traveling couples. Is this really the case? Do statistics tell the truth when they say that potential partners who travel together at the initial stage of relationships have strong ones in the future? Yes, this is true, because traveling allows you to get to know a person for

Sports

Flagstaff’s Snowbowl Ski Resort ready to open with COVID-19 restrictions

Snow in the Valley? Unlikely, but Arizonans can make their way about two hours north from Phoenix to Flagstaff to get a taste of winter. Snowbowl Ski Resort, the Alpine slopes on Northern Arizona’s San Francisco Peaks, opens for the winter season on Friday, with some slight changes due to COVID-19 restrictions. “Obviously we want

Politics

Vice president tries to woo voters in liberal Arizona cities

Vice President Mike Pence touched on the economy, tax cuts, abortion, religion and military service Friday in a wide-ranging appeal to voters in two Arizona counties that President Donald Trump lost in 2016. Pence’s visits to the liberal cities of Flagstaff and Tucson came as both presidential candidates focus on battleground states before Election Day.

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