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The Latest: Phoenix and Tucson tie heat records for the date
Phoenix posted a high of 118 degrees on Monday, tying the record for the date set last year
Correction: Interior-National Monuments story
In a story June 13 about the national monuments review, The Associated Press reported erroneously the year the Antiquities Act was passed. It was enacted in 1906, not 1908. A corrected version of the story is below: Utah national monument recommendation spurs action Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's
200-Ton Rockslide Shuts Down Utah's Zion National Park
And to the index now portion of one of the country's most iconic national parks closed tonight after a huge rocks light 200 tons of rock shutting down a stretch of Utah's dying on national park. That's lied about the size of four car lengths fortunately no what was hurt. And an incredible find in
Two star QBs, two wild games, one Saturday to remember
Out in Arizona and Utah they have what's called the Grand Staircase, a gigantic swath of America stretching from Bryce Canyon through Zion National Park and into the Grand Canyon . Anyone who travels that route is able to witness the evolution of our planet firsthand, a visible journey that reveals
Death Toll Rising After Deadly Floods in Utah
The community of Hildale comes together after three sisters and nine of their children were killed when swept away by flood waters; 6-year-old boy still missing.
2016 Presidential Hopefuls Ready to Face Off During 2nd GOP Debate
Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson and other top Republicans candidates set for second debate at the Reagan Library in California.
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Second Republican Presidential Debate The second Republican debate is just around the corner . Eleven candidates are slated to be on stage for the main debate at 8 p.m. tonight at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
10-Year-Old Boy Among 16 Dead in Utah Flash Flooding
Twelve people, including a 10-year-old boy, are dead after flash floods tore through the town of Hildale, Utah, Monday night, on the border with Arizona, authorities said. One person is missing, Washington County Emergency Services said this afternoon. Separately, four people were killed in nearby
Vandalism Investigated at National Parks Out West
The National Park Service has launched an investigation following reports of vandalism in at least 10 parks in Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon and Utah, officials said today. “On Tuesday we received a phone call from a reporter who directed us to a web blog called...
Severe Weather Watch, Including Deadly Flash Floods
26 million Americans in the path of dangerous weather, including tornados and severe storms.