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FLAGSTAFF — The herds of bison roaming the northern reaches of the Grand Canyon are causing headaches for park staff as the animals graze in pristine meadows, trample vegetation, damage cliff dwellings and pollute water sources.
This undated photo provided by Kaibab National Forest shows bison roaming along the House Rock Wildlife Area on the Kaibab National Forests’s North Kaibab Ranger District in Arizona. The bison were introduced to the area in 1906 as part of a ranching operation to crossbreed them with cattle. The state of Arizona owns and maintains the bison on land outside the national park, but the animals have been spending a majority of their time within Grand Canyon boundaries causing headaches for park staff. (AP Photo/Kaibab National Forest)
Gilbert 16-year-old Caleb Alger earned a life-changing experience thanks to his efforts to teach young community members about their country’s history.
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FURNACE CREEK, Calif. — The perception of Death Valley is that it's hot and desolate.
FLAGSTAFF — Take away the Grand Canyon, and the town of Tusayan probably wouldn't exist.
File-This August 2012 file photo provided by the Arizona Department of Transportation shows Tusayan, an Arizona town just outside the entrance to the Grand Canyon’s South Rim entrance. Town officials are thinking that maybe Tusayan isn’t the name best suited for this community. They’ve been floating the idea of changing it to “The Town of Grand Canyon,” “Grand Canyon South” or something similar that reflects its relationship with its nearby neighbor. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Arizona Department of Transportation,File)
File-This August 2009 file photo shows Tusayan, a tiny town on the road to the Grand Canyon's South Rim. Town officials are thinking that maybe Tusayan isn’t the name best suited for this community. They’ve been floating the idea of changing it to “The Town of Grand Canyon,” “Grand Canyon South” or something similar that reflects its relationship with its nearby neighbor. (AP Photo/Jake Bacon, Arizona Daily Sun,File)
Chandler couple Paul and Jacque Koch spent the winter supporting a Grand Canyon University (GCU) athletic program that has reached new levels of prominence. At the same time, the Kochs have revived two accompanying programs that have proven to be a key component to the fan experience.
A Gold Canyon resident received a national award from AARP for his efforts in improving the driving skills of thousands of people across the East Valley.
Paul and Jacque Koch from Chandler are pictured at the Grand Canyon University Arena. Paul leads the school's band while Jacque is in charge of the dance team.
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Banner Hospice is offering a program that helps individuals heal from loss such as death and divorce.
Trey Ronayne knew the challenges were going to be few and far between.
Clearing her head was just as important to Vanessa Davis as clearing the 13-foot mark in Saturday’s pole vault event at the 74th annual Chandler Rotary.
Savannah Kirkpatrick's long fly ball scores the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to give Red Mountain the victory.
The biggest non-state tournament gathering of the softball season is this week at the 17th rendition of the Desert Mountain Invitational.
The force has been strong with Jedi Jack Welch in his two-year fight against leukemia. The name comes from his love of the popular film franchise, and his family and friends have used the little Jedi’s love of all things “Star Wars” to rally around him in his fight against cancer.
Who’ll stop the Scottsdale schools?
Red Mountain's softball team had runners on base in five of the seven innings but stranded all nine in a 6-0 loss on Thursday.
During a recent shopping excursion, we discovered the Copper Still Moonshine Grill at 2531 S. Gilbert Road, Suite 101.
Six-year-old Chandler resident Jack Welch is pictured with his dad, Keith, at Grand Canyon University's Run to Fight Children’s Cancer event on March 8. Welch, an avid "Star Wars" fan and aspiring Jedi, has fought leukemia for two years. [Darryl Webb/GCU]
Chandler resident Beth Welch waves a team flag at Grand Canyon University's Run to Fight Children’s Cancer event on March 8. Welch, was at the event along with her son Jack, who has fought leukemia for two years. [Courtesy Grand Canyon University]