Water connectivity to Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim is restored.
Kaibab National Forest fire managers have begun applying prescribed fire treatments on the first units of the Three Sisters Prescribed Fire Project north of Williams.
It’s time to dust the cobwebs off the Halloween décor — the town of Tusayan will host its annual Trunk or Treat event beginning at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 31 in the National Geographic Visitor Center parking lot.
- Proposed Lake Powell pipeline cost estimate lowered by $100M
- Monsoon 2019 closes as the driest on record for a handful of Arizona cities
- Fire crews make progress on completion of Ikes Fire control lines
- Havasupai Tribe reject's Stilo's latest development plans
- Three Sisters prescribed burn begins Oct. 4 north of Williams
Bear 435, also known as Holly, was crowned Queen of Katmai National Park's Fat Bear Week Oct. 7.
Wildlife managers are investigating the death of a Mexican Gray Wolf found last month in Arizona.
First responders at Lake Mead rescued multiple visitors last week, including a suicidal juvenile who reportedly planned to jump off the Hoover Dam.
- Rat poison eyed in 2 California mountain lion deaths
- Search resumes for missing man in Rocky Mtn. National Park
- Twenty-Nine endangered Black-footed Ferrets released at Wind Cave National Park
- U.S. nuclear, uranium mining industries hope for Trump bailout
- Proposals would dam Little Colorado River for hydropower
- Grizzly moved likely daughter of famous bear No. 399
- More dead wild elephants found at Thai waterfall; toll at 11
- Oil and gas lease in Montana region permanently retired
- Forest Service accepting comments on Ten X fee increase through Oct. 31
- Environmentalists push for removing dam along Colorado River
Arizona's Kliff Kingsbury said he didn't even bother to watch Matt Bryant's extra point attempt near the end of the fourth quarter.
Fans in half-empty Paul Brown Stadium were creating as much of a din as they could, roused by a stunning Bengals comeback that forged a tie.
- Cardinals feeling good after Sunday's late rally for tie
- Girls on the Run: After-school running program develops healthy habits
- Working together: volleyball coaches focus on unity as Phantoms start season
- Hitting the field: Soccer team prepares for a month of tough opponents
- Diamondbacks score 3 in 8th to rally past Rockies, 5-3
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Every September we fire up the electrofishing equipment and sample young fish along the shoreline of Lake Powell.
The red, yellow, blue, brown, black and white hues on the walls and ceilings of the Desert View Watchtower are once again vividly on display.
Although the history of fudge is unclear and hotly debated, some say it was developed in the 1880’s in America when some bakers “fudged” a batch of caramels.
- Boulder Alley Boys make a name for themselves at Grand Canyon
- Arizona Mountaineering Club returns to clean up for 28th year
- Virtual reality used to highlight uranium contamination
- New Mexico professor traces chocolate’s ancient path; Chaco Canyon reveals secrets
- Making memories at Grand Canyon in celebration of National Public Lands Day
- 13 applicants from 11 countries receive American citizenship at South Rim ceremony
- Arizona Highways now accepting photography contest entries
- Bark Ranger (not Park!) fun on Grand Canyon's North Rim
- Women in Wildfire: Agencies host wildfire bootcamp
- Pastoring at a Natural Wonder of the World: A journey in trust and dedication