The three Republicans on the five-member Arizona Corporation Commission joined to defeat the new standards, which would have required the state’s utilities to get 50% of their power from sources that do not emit carbon dioxide by 2035 and 100% by 2070.
During his final state of the state address on Jan. 10, Gov. Doug Ducey talked about plans to invest $1 billion towards desalination efforts as a way to solve Arizona's water crisis. Here's what you should know about the technology.
As world leaders meet to try to ramp up efforts to curb climate change, the specter of polar bears looms over them.
Wildlife rehabilitators are decontaminating dozens of alligators, scrubbing their hides and brushing their teeth with Dawn dish soap after a pipeline rupture dumped 300,000 gallons of diesel fuel into a Louisiana wetland. 78 gators have been rescued so far, but more than 100 animals have been found dead in the area.
It's been a week filled with sad as well as offbeat stories. From a teen fast food restaurant worker who was shot in the head, to an Arizona CEO who is offering new hires bonuses to quit, here's a list of this week's top stories.
Part 1: FOX 10's John Hook talks to Dr. Joshua LaBaer, Executive Director of the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University about the COVID-19 omicron variant. Part 2: Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy, discusses the pros and cons of Pacific ocean desalination to create clean drinking water in Arizona.
Around 20 elephants have died over the last eight years after consuming plastic trash in the dump in Pallakkadu village in Ampara district.
Scientist say the hot year is part of a long-term warming trend that could accelerate.
During his state of the state address, Doug Ducey proposed setting aside $1 billion for a desalination plant to “secure Arizona’s water future for the next 100 years.”
The cast-iron cannons that once protected the nation’s oldest city from invasion now have a new claim on life, thanks to researchers at Texas A&M University.
Officials with the City of Scottsdale are asking residents and businesses to cut their water use, as the state is expected to receive less water from the Colorado River due to a declared water shortage for the river. Here's what you should know about the situation.
Authorities rescued 27 people from a floating chunk of ice that broke away from shore in the bay of Green Bay in eastern Wisconsin, the sheriff's office said Sunday.
Donated Christmas trees have been dropped into Saguaro Lake to make new structural habitats for fish.
Hunters shot and killed a record number of Yellowstone National Park's renowned gray wolves that had roamed from the park in recent months.
The Colorado River serves more than 40 million people in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, California, Wyoming, Utah and Mexico. Lake Mead and Lake Powell store the water and are used to gauge the river’s health.
Here’s a look at some of the non-COVID-19 scientific discoveries, health advances and other notable events that happened in 2021.
General Motors is unveiling its 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022.
The National Christmas Tree Association is offering tips on how to get rid of your real Christmas tree without burning it or throwing it in the trash.
In 2022, new car ads in France will encourage greener alternatives like walking or cycling, while several fruits and vegetables will no longer be sold in plastic.
Arizona, Nevada and Mexico must cut back on water usage in 2022 because of low water levels at Lake Mead, though the restrictions mostly affect agricultural areas; Las Vegas and Phoenix are spared for now.