After more than four years since the shooting on NAU's campus left three injured and one dead, the shooter was sentenced to six years in prison. Steven Jones took a plea deal last month that negated the need for a second trial, after the first one ended with a hung jury more than two years ago.

Meredith Butler, Creative Director of Fools Gold in downtown Flagstaff, is changing the way sustainability plays a role in business. Click below to see how.

NAZ Today's Chelsea Parker takes us behind the scenes on what it's like to work as a dispatcher. The dispatchers at the Consolidated Coconino County Flagstaff 911 center experience something new every day.

New details have emerged about the planned demolition of Babbitt Academic Annex and Peterson Hall, as well as what will replace them. Two of the oldest buildings on campus have numerous issues, but house multiple departments.

Last week's police activity @NAU included responses to opened mail and a vehicle revving its engine. Read more about the latest NAUPD (@NAUPolice) activity, and keep up with any daily disputes.

NAU has been developing a safe environment for LGBTQ+ students. However, Valentine's Day heteronormative tradition can initiate a lack of acceptance for all sexualities and identities.


As the novel coronavirus continues to alarm the world with its unpredictable spread, researchers at TGen are actively working to make the virus — along with its current and future forms — more understandable.

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After nearly five years, Jones faced Judge Dan Slayton and his victims a final time before he was sentenced.


The @CityofFlagstaff discussed a variety of agenda items, ranging from a resolution regarding a jointly funded city and county dark sky code compliance specialist to Nestlé Purina PetCare Company odor mitigation efforts.


In the wake of the student-led #RitaResign coalition, NAU President Rita Cheng addressed a bipartisan letter calling for her to step down.


To Laura Burrus, active participation and clear connectivity are always possible in the classroom, even with 300 students. The finalist for dean of the College of the Environment, Forestry, and Natural Sciences explained that student success is her number one priority @NAU.


@NAU College of Arts and Letters finished its ongoing search for a new dean this week. The fourth and final candidate, Valerie Martin, began her visit campaigning Thursday and ended her tour with a student forum Friday.


The College of Arts and Letters continued its pursuit of a new dean this week. The third candidate, John Sisko, began campaigning Tuesday and finished his tour with a student forum Wednesday morning.