As the CDC released a state-wide new mask mandate for vaccinated and non-vaccinated, some Arizona cities started to follow.
A large portion of Arizona, including all of the Phoenix area, will be under a Flash Flood Watch starting July 22 until July 25.
This week on Newsmaker Saturday, we speak with Will Humble about the new Delta variant of COVID-19. We also check in with Flagstaff Public Works Director, Andy Bertelsen, about the cleanup efforts following flooding in the area.
Recent rain events have caused flooding in areas affected by the 2019 Museum Fire in the Flagstaff area, with flash flooding taking place near in the burn scars left behind by the Museum Fire.
Babbitt Ranches began when five brothers struck out from their home in Ohio, and founded a business in Arizona back in 1886. 135 years have passed since then, but the ranch still operates in much the same way it did back in the day.
The emergency declaration allows up to $200,000 to be used to help support communities in Coconino County affected by the floods.
Forests announcing changes effective July 16 included Apache-Sitgreaves, Coconino, Kaibab Prescott and Tonto. Some of those forests said they still have closures and restrictions in effect in some areas due to active wildfires and other circumstances.
At the Grand Canyon, a torrent of water rushed through a slot canyon and washed away the camp where two commercial rafts with 30 passengers pulled off the river to stay Wednesday evening, said Grand Canyon spokeswoman Joelle Baird.
Parts of Flagstaff have had to deal with flooding, two years after the Museum Fire burned in the area. Burn scars left by the fire are causing some major problems.
New video shows the moments floodwaters came rushing down the Museum Fire scar burn near Flagstaff.
Get ready for some summer fun with friends and family in Flagstaff, Arizona at the Arizona Snowbowl as it reopens to the public.
As Arizona faces cuts in its Colorado River supply a few tribes become a major key part in the future of water.
Some are camping in Northern Arizona, but it's not exactly what they had imagined with the wildfires burning in the area, shutting down most national forests in the state.
Options for finding respite from the heat will be slim now that all but one of Arizona's national forests are enacting broad shutdowns amid high fire danger and as firefighting resources run thin with blazes already burning across the state.
Better Place Forests in Flagstaff, Arizona has an alternative and affordable option to the cost of funerals where ashes can be placed beneath a private tree where your loved ones can visit. FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae has more.
The 2020 monsoon set records for being dry and warm, with most of the state receiving near or less than 30% of the average seasonal rainfall.
The Slate Fire burning northwest of Flagstaff grew again overnight, but it is now 17% contained. Windy conditions contributed to the growth of the fire, which has now burned more than 6,000 acres. Highway 180 remains closed between mileposts 235 and 248 because of the fire.
The Slate Fire which is burning northwest of Flagstaff has grown to 5,000 acres with zero containment. The fire sparked on Monday and crews are currently battling flames on the west side of Highway 180 in the Kaibab National Forest.
Sechrist Elementary School in Flagstaff is bouncing back after their classrooms were vandalized this past weekend.
Flagstaff police say a tow truck had ran a red light on Butler Avenue and Beaver Street, crashing into a group of bicyclists.