Contractor spills up to 20K gallons of sewage into Oak Creek in Sedona

According to a news release from the City of Sedona, the spill happened on the night of August 4 near State Route 179. "Untreated liquid effluent" was reportedly coming out of a manhole in front of the Hillside Sedona Shopping Center and flowed into a storm drain, which drained into Oak Creek at a rate of 150 gallons per minute.

Drone Zone: Slide Rock State Park

In today's Drone Zone, we fly over one of Arizona's most popular summer getaways - Slide Rock. Up in Oak Creek Canyon, north of Sedona, Slide Rock is one of the most visited state parks. And as our SkyFOX Drone shows us, it's more than just a place to cool off.

Drone Zone: Slide Rock State Park

In today's Drone Zone, we fly over one of Arizona's most popular summer getaways - Slide Rock. Up in Oak Creek Canyon, north of Sedona, Slide Rock is one of the most visited state parks. And as our SkyFOX Drone shows us, it's more than just a place to cool off.

Drone Zone: Devil's Bridge in Sedona

We've shown you the Red Rock Country of Sedona before, but today we go a little bit off the beaten trail. Devil's Bridge is the largest natural bridge in the Sedona area. But not everyone sees it because you have to hike nearly two miles to get there. 

Drone Zone: Devil's Bridge in Sedona

We've shown you the Red Rock Country of Sedona before, but today we go a little bit off the beaten trail. Devil's Bridge is the largest natural bridge in the Sedona area. But not everyone sees it because you have to hike nearly two miles to get there. 

System exists to warn people of flash flooding

A tragedy that killed 9 people, and a possible 10th near Payson over the weekend had many asking whether there is any thing that can be done, to give people warning of similar disasters. FOX 10's Linda Williams reports.