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A view of the border wall near Yuma
Communities along the Arizona-Sonora border say they need more coordination from the state and the federal government for their ports of entry.
Sep. 25, 2023
Planes wait to depart from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2023.
It was a dramatic scene on Wednesday outside of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, where more than 100 workers gathered to protest low wages and poor benefits. Six people were arrested. The Show spoke with the Arizona Republic's Perry Vandell about the protests.
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Sep. 21, 2023
Ranger hat hangs on a tree
The National Park Service has faced employee morale problems in recent years, including allegations of harassment. A nonprofit says that many problems persist.
Sep. 20, 2023
Grand Canyon
Arizona’s governor vowed Wednesday to use an executive order to keep the Grand Canyon open if the U.S. government shuts down.
Sep. 20, 2023
 Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
The Navajo Nation wants to increase tourism, and it’s looking at some of the most iconic spots in northern Arizona to do so.
Sep. 20, 2023
Grand Canyon
In October, crews will begin to upgrade the aging system, which has broken 85 times since 2010. Due to the work, most of the Bright Angel Trail will close from December through mid-April 2024.
Sep. 18, 2023
Hogan by the River interior
Nearly a third of the Navajo Nation still lives without running water, but that doesn’t stop travelers from veering off the grid to find a place without a faucet, flushing toilet or shower to spend the night.
More tribal natural resources stories
Sep. 18, 2023
Grand Canyon National Park
On Saturday, search and rescue teams received a call about a hiker in distress about a mile south of Cottonwood Campground. Attempts to resuscitate him failed.
Sep. 11, 2023
Grand Canyon National Park
Officials have lifted a boil water advisory issued for the popular Phantom Ranch in Grand Canyon National Park.
Sep. 6, 2023
Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon National Park is implementing water conservation measures for the South Rim. The park continues to struggle with diminished water supplies.
Sep. 5, 2023
Fountain Hills fountain
Last week, Fountain Hills lawmakers passed ordinances aimed at curbing homeless encampments and panhandling. Anyone found to be lingering along a roadway or engaged in so-called “urban camping” can now be charged with a misdemeanor.
Sep. 1, 2023
Beyonce sings into a microphone shown on a large screen
It's been a summer of Economic girl power in the Valley and across the nation.
Aug. 27, 2023
Nile Theater
Next year, the Nile Theater in Mesa will turn 100 years old. Now, city officials are moving forward with an ordinance to designate the theater a historic landmark.
Aug. 25, 2023
Last year, 4.7 million visitors came to Grand Canyon National Park. That’s an improvement from 2021, but still nearly 30% below 2018 numbers, according to park officials.
Aug. 25, 2023
 Water and debris is flooded along State Highway 64 through the town of Tusayan
Coconino County officials have declared a state of emergency after flooding in Tusayan forced the evacuation of 100 people Tuesday. Officials warned that with more rain in the forecast, further shelter in place warnings or evacuation orders could be on the horizon.
Aug. 24, 2023
Cathedral Rock Trailhead Sedona Arizona
The Sedona City Council is putting aside the idea of banning off-highway vehicles within the city and instead working to reach agreements with rental companies to self-regulate their customers.
Aug. 23, 2023
Rendering of VAI Resort in Glendale
Economic justice activists led a drive to send Glendale’s updated development plan for a Vegas-style resort to a voter referendum. But the Glendale City Council has neutered their effort by reinstating the old deal signed in 2020.
Aug. 23, 2023
Mattel Adventure Park VAI Resort Glendale rendering
The Glendale City Council is set to revisit an amended development deal during its meeting at 5:30 p.m.Tuesday. The body passed the deal unanimously passed in June.
Aug. 18, 2023
Phoenix is looking for a nonprofit to take over operations at a remote youth camp located far north of the city.
Aug. 16, 2023
Playboy Manbaby Tiny Desert Concert
In an effort to to embrace the concert scene in the city, Tempe is lowering the cost businesses must pay for a live music permit to just $200.
Aug. 12, 2023


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