An endangered fish that lives in the Grand Canyon is no longer on the brink of extinction.
Congress is expected to vote this week on a spending bill that includes money critical to fight severe wildfires across the western U.S.
The mining industry filed two petitions Friday with the U.S. Supreme Court asking for review of a ban on uranium mining on land surrounding Grand Canyon National Park.
Nine members of Congress introduced a bill Wednesday that would use revenue from energy produced on federal lands and waters to pay to fix national park infrastructure.
Navajo Nation officials have declared an emergency drought. At the same time the tribe is grappling with the impacts of wild horses overgrazing on the dry landscape.
Cities along the U.S.-Mexico border have a water problem, mostly in keeping enough fresh water available for the region. A conference to be held in late February is intended to address the issue.
Arizona representatives will travel to Hermosillo as part of their continuing trade partnerships and to foster new alliances, as some new players could be added to the so-called 'megaregion'.
In a new poll, Native Americans say a major problem they face is “institutional discrimination.” In Indian Country they call it environmental racism. During World War II and the Cold War, mining companies blasted 30 million tons of uranium out of Navajo land, abandoning more than 500 mines. Since then, many Navajo have died of conditions linked to contamination.
The Flagstaff City Council passed a resolution against the transportation of uranium ore through the city and neighboring communities this week.
Iconic Glen Canyon activist Katie Lee died Wednesday morning. She was 98. Lee grew up in Tucson and moved to Hollywood to become an actress. But in the 1950s, when she took a rafting trip down the Colorado River, she abandoned her acting career for a life of exploring, singing about and fighting fiercely for Glen Canyon and the Colorado River.