3 Flagstaff women qualified for virtual Boston Marathon

Three Flagstaff women didn't let the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from participating in the world-famous Boston Marathon, the only difference is that their race will now be virtual. FOX 10's Bailey Miller reports.

Man accused of shooting, killed friend in Flagstaff

A man has been arrested in the shooting death of his friend in Flagstaff. Police say Lemuel Littleman was booked into jail after he shot and killed his friend. Witnesses say Littleman got into an argument with the victim before opening fire. When police arrived at the scene, they found the victim dead on a couch. Littleman was found passed out in a nearby alley with blood on this clothes. He is accused of second-degree murder.

Family of starved Flagstaff boy plead not guilty again in case

Elizabeth Archibeque and Anthony Martinez, the boy’s parents, and Ann Martinez, his grandmother, entered their pleas on August 17 in Coconino County Superior Court. A new indictment issued earlier this month expands the description of the crimes they’ve been charged with — first-degree murder and two counts each of kidnapping and child abuse.

Execution set for sole Native American on federal death row

Despite the grisly nature of the killings, tribal officials and even the victims’ family opposed the death penalty. Native American tribes for decades have been able to tell federal prosecutors if they want a death sentence considered for certain crimes on their land. Nearly all, including the Navajo Nation, have rejected that option.