3 men, teen ID'ed as victims in ATV crash off Arizona cliff

Authorities have released the identities of four people killed when their ATV plunged off a northern Arizona cliff
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3 Republicans vie for competitive Arizona US House seat

A trio of Arizona Republicans who tout priorities in line with President Donald Trump want to unseat the Democratic incumbent in one of the country's largest congressional districts
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4 believed dead after ATV plunges off Arizona cliff

Authorities say a northern Arizona wildfire started by a weekend ATV crash is preventing them from reaching the scene, where the bodies of four people are believed to be
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78 people arrested in weeklong Arizona immigration sweep

Russians, Peruvians and Mexicans were among more than 70 immigrants arrested last week in Arizona during a weeklong operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
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Arizona canyon famed for waterfalls to reopen after flooding

An Arizona canyon famous for its blue-green waterfalls is reopening to tourists weeks after flooding caused extensive damage
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Arizona forests lift fire restrictions, some area closures

Decreased fire danger resulting from recent rain and increased humidity is allowing three national forests in Arizona to lift all or some of their fire restrictions and area closures effective Wednesday
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Arizona sees swell in number of African-American candidates

At least 30 African-Americans are running for local, state and federal office in Arizona this year, a milestone, some political observers say
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Arizona woman found guilty in 6-year-old nephew's death

A jury has found an Arizona woman guilty in the death of her 6-year-old nephew
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Authorities believe 4 dead in ATV crash in northern Arizona

Authorities in northern Arizona are trying to get to the scene of a fiery ATV crash that appears to have killed four people
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Authorities ID driver killed in rollover near Flagstaff

New York resident dies on Interstate 40 near Flagstaff after rolling the tractor-trailer he was driving
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Authorities say man from Russia drowned in US reservoir

Authorities say a man from Russia has drowned in a reservoir along the Utah-Arizona border.
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Auto group accused of deceptive practices to sell to Navajos

The Federal Trade Commission has accused an auto group in the Southwest of using deceptive and unlawful practices to sell vehicles to Navajos
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Benches, trees, caves provide respite in Arizona flood

A popular campground at the base of famous waterfalls near the Grand Canyon was inundated by a flash flood that sent tourists seeking higher ground in trees and caves.
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Bisbee's decision to remove fluoride from water criticized

Public health officials are warning Bisbee residents that they may be more susceptible to cavities after city officials removed fluoride from the southern Arizona city's water supply
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Bodies of 4 men in ATV crash off an Arizona cliff recovered

The bodies of four men apparently killed in a fiery crash of an ATV that went over a cliff have been recovered in northern Arizona
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Complaint seeks $34K from former Navajo Nation legal counsel

Investigators with the Navajo Nation are seeking more than $34,000 from the tribe's former legal counsel after she crashed a tribal vehicle and was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving
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Court dismisses challenge to Indian child welfare law

Federal appeals court dismissed a challenge to a law that gives preference
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Deliberation under way in Williams double homicide case

Jurors are deliberating in the trial of a man accused of killing a couple and their dog in northern Arizona
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Drought forces emergency measures for US West's wild horses

Harsh drought conditions in parts of the American West are pushing wild horses to the brink and forcing extreme measures to protect them
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Drought spurs extreme measure to protect West's wild horses

Volunteers and federal land managers are taking steps to protect wild horses amid harsh drought conditions in parts of the U.S. West.
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FEMA's insurance program warns Flagstaff about flooding

The Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Flood Insurance Program is advising residents of the Flagstaff area affected by a recent fire to protect their homes and families from flash flooding caused by summer rains
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Flagstaff airport to offer non-stop service to Denver

The Flagstaff airport will offer non-stop service to Denver, starting in March 2019
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Flagstaff fire officials rescue man stuck in storm drain

Flagstaff fire officials say a special operations team was needed to rescue a man who got himself trapped in a storm drain
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Flagstaff gets federal grant for airport emergency vehicle

Flagstaff airport gets $1 million in federal grant funding to replace decades-old aircraft and firefighting rescue vehicle
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Flagstaff mayor issues disaster declaration after flooding

City of Flagstaff says recent flooding has caused about $300,000 in damage to public infrastructure
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Flagstaff police arrest teenage boys in school vandalism

Police arrest two boys in string of vandalism at Flagstaff schools
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Flagstaff thinning project set to continue in coming week

The next phase of a forest thinning project on Flagstaff's northwest side is expected to begin in the coming week and continue into late September
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Flash flood sends tourists to high ground near Grand Canyon

Torrents of water rushed through an Arizona canyon famous for its towering blue-green waterfalls, sending tourists scrambling to benches, trees and caves as they sought higher ground
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Flash flood warning issued for Flagstaff, surrounding areas

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Flagstaff and the surrounding areas.
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Flooding cancels hundreds of trips to coveted waterfalls

Hundreds of tourists who booked overnight trips to famous waterfalls in Arizona will have to reschedule after heavy flooding
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Flooding forces 200 evacuations near Grand Canyon waterfalls

Rescue workers were evacuating about 200 tourists who were caught in flash flooding at a campground on tribal land near the Grand Canyon where visitors go to see towering waterfalls
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Forecasters: More rain likely after deluge in Flagstaff

Forecasters say more showers and thunderstorms are likely Thursday along the Mogollon Rim a day after heavy rain sent flowing water across Flagstaff-area streets and debris into a neighborhood
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Forensic interviewer admits embezzling from Arizona employer

A forensic interviewer in northern Arizona has pleaded guilty to embezzling from her employer by falsifying documents to conceal side work
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Forest seeks input on pinon, juniper as Christmas trees

Coconino National Forest offers Christmas tree permits for its Flagstaff Ranger District for the first time in decades
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Forest thinning, burning project OK'd to protect reservoir

A newly authorized project calls for forest thinning and prescribed fires to protect watersheds around a reservoir that is an important water source for Payson
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Grand Canyon river rafter missing after trying to aid wife

A California man remains missing three days after trying to rescue his wife during a river rafting trip in the Grand Canyon
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ICE says over 70 arrested in weeklong sweep

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency says a week-long special operation all over Arizona netted the arrests of 78 immigrants, including some who had been convicted of serious crimes in the past
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Immigrant suit against Coconino sheriff's office dismissed

An immigrant who filed a class action lawsuit against the Coconino County Sheriff's Office after his arrest last year has had the suit dismissed
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Judge throws out challenge against Hopi Tribe chairman

Hopi Tribal Court judge dismissed challenge against tribal chairman, saying court will not overturn election results
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Judge tosses suit over sheriff's immigrant detention policy

A judge has dismissed a challenge to a northern Arizona sheriff's policy of detaining immigrants arrested on state charges up to 48 hours after they post bond so immigration authorities can take them into custody
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Jury finds man guilty in deaths of couple in Williams

Jury convicts man of killing a couple and their dog in northern Arizona
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Jury selection begins for trial of aunt accused of murder

The jury selection process has begun for a grand jury trial of an Arizona woman accused of killing her 6-year-old nephew
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Less snow prompts push to lengthen Grand Canyon visit season

Tourism officials in southern Utah are pushing for the Grand Canyon's North Rim to extend its season
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Longtime publisher of Arizona Daily Sun retiring

Longtime publisher of the Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff is retiring
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Managing editor of Flagstaff newspaper dies at age 65

The longtime managing editor of the Arizona Daily Sun newspaper has died at age 65
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Massachusetts woman sees son fighting California wildfires

A Massachusetts woman says she was surprised to find a front-page photo of her son battling wildfires as a firefighter in California
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McCain had complicated relationship with Indian Country

McCain has been heralded as the 'go-to' guy for Indian Country, but his relationship with tribes was more complicated
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Monsoon moisture brings flooding to Flagstaff

The National Weather Service says the storm that swept across northern Arizona over the weekend amounted to a 100-year event
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Navajo activists protest company eyeing coal-fired plant

Navajo activists protest company eyeing coal-fired plant on their reservation
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Navajo Nation voters advance tribal Vice President Jonathan Nez, former President Joe Shirley Jr. to general election.

Navajo Nation voters advance tribal Vice President Jonathan Nez, former President Joe Shirley Jr. to general election.
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