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With cacti and strip malls obstructing the views at times, visitors could easily write Phoenix off as a place where water and culture are scarce. But this metropolis — which includes upscale Scottsdale and college town Tempe — is a nature lover’s oasis with pristine peaks and the vast Sonoran desert.
Gila County sheriff's officials have identified the pilot and two passengers aboard a tour helicopter that crashed into Roosevelt Lake northeast of Phoenix.
ROOSEVELT LAKE - Authorities are investigating what caused a helicopter with multiple people on board to crash into Roosevelt Lake on Friday afternoon.
It’s been a long time since the silt and vegetation along the walls of 131 miles of SRP canals throughout the Valley have been cleared away.
Along a portion of State Route 87 — better known as Old Hunt Highway in the heart of the Gila River Indian reservation between Alma School and Dobson roads near Sacaton, Olberg Bridge reaches across desert that used to be a river.
Wildlife officials say they've confirmed that an ongoing fish kill at Roosevelt Lake is being caused by golden algae.
At Salt River Project (SRP), we’ve always believed that every drop of water saved here in the Valley is a drop we can store in our reservoirs to use another day. Keeping track of all of those drops is one of the more important jobs we have at SRP, where we’re working every day to ensure there’s enough water for today and tomorrow.
At Salt River Project, we’ve always believed that every drop of water saved here in the Valley is a drop we can store in our reservoirs to use another day. Keeping track of all of those drops is one of the more important jobs we have at SRP, where we’re working every day to ensure there’s enough water for today and tomorrow.
ROOSEVELT LAKE - A suspect wanted for the murder of a man from Eagar, Arizona has been caught, according to The Gila County Sheriff’s Office.
ROOSEVELT LAKE — Law enforcement officers spent Sunday searching near Roosevelt Lake for an armed homicide suspect who eluded Gila County sheriff's deputies.
The Mistake Peak Fire in Tonto National Forest has grown to 1,700 acres and is 15 percent contained.
Golden alga is believed to be the culprit behind thousands of fish dying on a 20-mile stretch of the Salt River, where it flows into the east side of Roosevelt Lake.
So how does a desert dweller set a goal to hit the “triple crown” in open water swimming?
Headed east on the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway through Mesa, you can’t miss Four Peaks, the tallest, craggiest mountains on the northeastern horizon. After a few years of seeing them framed in the windshield on my daily commute, and peeling the mountains’ image from countless Four Peaks Brewing Company beer labels, I wondered: Can you get up there?
With temperatures rising and the boating season upon us, now is not the time to let down our guard when it comes to the importance of keeping invasive quagga mussels out of the reservoirs on the Salt and Verde rivers.
In Arizona's territorial days, water still flowed through the Salt River and sometimes was used by early Valley residents as a giant swimming pool.
Tempe's quest for a better dam at its Town Lake involves much more than just finding a way to hold water.
Tempe is turning to an engineering consultant to determine what kind of dam is best to replace the current inflatable rubber bladders on Tempe Town Lake.
Cabela's, in partnership with Outdoor Channel and "Wanna Go Fishing?" TV, released the list of participating waters in its "Wanna Go Fishing for Millions?" promotion, an event the company hopes will encourage even more people to enjoy great outdoors.
On March 18, 1911, an entourage that included former President Theodore Roosevelt and terriorial Gov. Richard E. Sloan rode up Apache Trail to dedicate the largest masonry dam in the world.
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The registration deadline is approaching for "Celebrating Freshwater in Arizona," an academy for educators to learn about the role of water in Arizona's past, present and future.