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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.

The Office of the Provost informed NAU students of various changes to grading polices for the Spring 2020 semester, including an opt-in pass/fail grading policy, increased flexibility for "incomplete" class designations and an extended class withdrawal deadline.

Arizona's Secretary of State Katie Hobbs graduated from NAU with a bachelor's degree in social work and spent most of her professional career helping at-risk people and communities.

The #COVID19 pandemic affects mental health and well-being as @NAU makes adjustments to provide ongoing counseling services.

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.@NAU students across the political spectrum look at candidates, issues and voting rights in the wake of a proposed bill about students' voting addresses and looking toward the election in November.

Amid growing concerns caused by #COVID19, the U.S. Census Bureau (@uscensusbureau) has altered portions of the upcoming #census while advancing other components.

A 2016 Arizona elections law that’s been called discriminatory by the 9th Circuit Court is still being enforced. The state senator who created the law defends it and an activist from the Navajo Nation explains how it affects his community.

For the 2020-21 winter season, Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort (@AZSnowbowl ) will open its first high-speed combination lift, which will be one of six in the nation to replace the Agassiz chairlift.

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As #COVID19 generates influence and uncertainty around the world, local structures are also adapting. Looking toward next week, both schools and the city are prepared to address this ongoing situation through continued collaboration and closures.

After the Museum Fire scorched the landscape outside of Flagstaff, Coconino County (@CoconinoCounty) continues to reel, as the county manages a $745,000 budget deficit for post-Museum Fire mitigation efforts.

As the novel #coronavirus #COVID-19 spreads around the United States, people, universities and organizations are quickly adjusting to increase safety and security.

Whether assisting students in their organic chemistry classes or developing front-end visualizations for meteor strikes worldwide, the @NAU_AML is pushing the boundaries of technology on campus.

.@CityOfFlagstaff and local nonprofits, like The Azulita Project (@azulitaproject), consider an approach to sustainability less focused on recycling. #zerowaste

New zoning amendments at the Lake Mary Road and I-17 intersection have been moved forward by #Flagstaff City Council (@CityofFlagstaff). The conversation continues as residents prepare for the possibility of a major flood.