The Flagstaff Fire started at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, and the Camera was on the scene. We posted our office’s live webcam of the blaze on DailyCamera.com. We had written and video coverage available immediately. The webcam received 5000 views in less than an hour. By 4:30 p.m., the fire stories on the site had garnered 50,000 page views.
Delivering comprehensive, up-to-the-minute news is what we do best at the Camera. We are the go-to source for local coverage, delivering valuable and powerful information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Ever since the Flagstaff Fire ignited, our journalists have been scrambling to discover and disseminate the most complete, timely information possible. This is our job, of course. But like most stories we cover, it’s personal, too. The people affected are our co-workers and neighbors, families and friends.
We’re here with the news that matters most to our community – ourselves included.