2 years ago | Environment
America’s newest national monument, located in Utah on Arizona's northern border, was also the first ever proposed by American Indian tribes. Now President Trump's administration wants to shrink it.
3 years ago | Politics
A long-anticipated field presentation scheduled today by the Arizona Forestry Division for the families of 19 incinerated Granite Mountain Hotshots – during which relatives are to be taken to the site where their loved ones perished — has been sha...
Phoenix Federal Court Verdict Could Cripple Abusive Polygamist Church Hierarchy on Arizona-Utah Border3 years ago | Polygamy in Arizona
The future of the long-tortured enclave of Colorado City, Arizona and Hildale, Utah, hinges on a Phoenix federal court verdict in the U.S. Department of Justice’s historic lawsuit alleging that a fundamentalist polygamous sect controls local gover...
Hotshot Leader Didn't Talk on Phone in Hours Before Arizona's Yarnell Hill Fire Tragedy, Wife States4 years ago | Fire
Granite Mountain Hotshot Superintendent Eric Marsh did not make or receive cell phone calls in the three hours leading up to the burn-over that claimed his life along with 18 other members of his crew during the Yarnell Hill Fire on June 30, 2013,...
4 years ago | Arizona
Key evidence that could explain why the Granite Mountain Hotshots moved from a safe location into a treacherous box canyon where 19 men died on June 30, 2013, was in the Office of the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's possession but was not provi...
5 years ago | News and Politics
If anyone knows why the Granite Mountain Hotshots left a safe area on top of the Weaver Mountains west of Yarnell and descended into a box canyon that became the worst death trap in the nationwide history of such crews, it's Brendan McDonough. The...