After changing hands earlier this year, fans of Bedrock City discovered that the attraction would be permanently closed to make way for a new one: Raptor Ranch.
Experiment gone awry
Resting in the murky depths of Lake Mead is a piece of American history that saw a change in wartime strategy: a plunge from the height of World War II to a creeping decades-long Cold War with the then-Soviet Union.
Tom Rowland announces retirement; Matt Yost to take the reigns for 2019-2020 school year
Four years ago, Tom Rowland and his wife, Judy, got a phone call that changed the trajectory of their comfortable, retired lives.
After a long wait, Grand Canyon School will finally be getting high speed internet that students and staff so desperately need.
The Tusayan Town Council announced May 8 that residents would soon be able to register for high-speed internet services subsidized by the town.
As park visitation continues to climb, Grand Canyon National Park has finalized a plan to provide water reliably to the South Rim and several locations below the rim.
Science panelists discuss where Grand Canyon research has been — and where it's going
Standing at a point along the rim and gazing out into the Grand Canyon, it’s sometimes difficult to remember that the Canyon is more than a beautiful piece of scenery.
Luxury in the Backcountry
If the idea of sleeping in a tent under the stars sounds appealing but you’re not in love with roughing it for a few days, Under Canvas has you covered.
Mexican Gray Wolf population increases by 12 percent
Things are looking up for the endangered Mexican Gray Wolf, which suffered setbacks during the last year and the year before.
Hualapai Tribal Council reinstates per-person fee for river runners
River runners embarking on trips down the Colorado River along the Grand Canyon’s western side will need to hand over more cash this year, after the Hualapai Tribal Council approved a $100-per-person fee April 10.