“I can claim a high ground, and I can pretend — at the end of the day — that my job is more important than student lives,” an anonymous resident assistant said. “But it’s not. My job is about student lives.”

During a virtual meeting Oct. 13, Flagstaff City Council responded to student outcry regarding traditional policing methods in the wake of Black Lives Matter (@Blklivesmatter) protests.

Back in March, businesses like TAGCarts were planning and preparing for a normal future. After COVID-19 spread around the world, however, this path quickly changed to address the health care crisis. 

Increases in overdoses and deaths associated with blue-colored pills containing fentanyl are on the rise in northern Arizona recently, and police have responded to multiple incidents involving them.

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The moon was only a sliver when the first gunshot echoed from the parking lot next to the Health and Learning Center. It's been over a year since the influx of state and national media, the NAU Alerts and the shooting which wounded the Lumberjack and Flagstaff community.


The snow snuck up on northern Arizona earlier today, but clear skies are expected for the rest of the week.

What started off as an expected spike in attendance resulted in brand new expansion plans for Lowell Observatory, however the construction will not be completed before winter arrives.

At a work session on Oct. 9, City Council rejected a proposed road that would have gone through the McMillan Mesa.