Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday asked the federal government to provide money to build a bridge over a creek where three children died when a family member tried to drive through surging storm runoff late last year.
This year could be the year a project to build a bridge over the Tonto Basin area gets state funding. This comes just weeks after an incident that killed three children
State lawmakers are introducing a bill to pay for a bridge over the Tonto Basin.
Officials with the Gila County Sheriff's Office say a child's body that was found in the Roosevelt Lake area Friday afternoon is that of missing Willa Rawlings.
Gila County Sheriff's Office says a man has died after being swept away by floodwaters in Tonto Creek.
It's day eight of searching for 6-year-old Willa Rawlings, who was swept away by floodwaters in Tonto Basin.
The search resumed Thursday for a 6-year-old girl missing since being swept away in a rural Arizona creek during a rainstorm.
Authorities found pants belonging to a 6-year-old girl missing since last week in a rural Arizona creek, but say they haven’t located the child yet.
The tragic deaths of two children after being swept away by floodwaters have put a lot of eyes on Tonto Creek.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says he will work to find money in next year’s state budget to help build a bridge over a rural creek where a family was swept away last week.
Authorities are resuming the search for a 6-year-old Arizona girl who was among three children swept away in raging creek waters.
Gila County officials are still searching for a 6-year-old girl that was swept away in a flooded creek in Tonto Basin earlier this week.
Authorities confirm two children were found dead and one is still missing after a vehicle was washed down Tonto Creek.
FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.
What began as a search for three missing children after a car was washed down Tonto Creek has turned into tragedy. FOX 10's Brian Webb reports.
Authorities are searching for three missing children after a vehicle was washed down Tonto Creek.