Flagstaff’s city council is considering doing away with advertising at its airport after it was threatened with a lawsuit alleging it violated the first amendment rights of the owner of a Northern Arizona shooting range and gun rental business.
Ryan Schlesinger faces life in prison for the second-degree murder conviction. He was also convicted on three counts of attempted murder, four counts of assault on a federal officer and an additional five counts of discharging a firearm while committing a violent crime.
Flagstaff Public Library is hosting a free writing workshop on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It’s an interactive seminar exploring the past, present, and future of Dinétah, the homeland of the Navajo Nation.
A new report from the advocacy group Human Rights Watch says policies in the U.S. and other countries have led to a sharp rise in activity along a dangerous border crossing between South and Central America.
Flagstaff voters rejected a proposal to rezone nearly 100 acres of land south of the city in order to build a new hospital and ambulatory care facility. The Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance was one of several organizations that opposed Proposition 480.
Homes in Tucson and around the U.S. that predate mandates in the 1970s could still have lead contamination. A 2021 report from the state health department identified more than two dozen Tucson ZIP codes as being high risk for lead poisoning.
The fate of Oak Flat, a holy site to the Apaches, remains uncertain after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently heard the Apache Stronghold’s case after a prior ruling against them. → More tribal natural resources stories