Opening day is April 30, and the Salt River will be open daily from 9 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. as weather allows.
The plane crashed through a fence and stopped just inches from the water in an area south of 136th Street and Shea Boulevard.
A former police commander with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community is speaking out, after he was released from his job for refusing a COVID-19 vaccine.
A group of firefighters with the Salt River Fire Department say they lost their job because they did not want to get the COVID-19 vaccine. They also accuse Salt River fire officials of not giving them any alternatives to vaccination.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen is out at Salt River Tubing to check out their Spooktacular Monster Halloween, which runs all day on July 17.
On Sunday, a teenager felt compelled to say thank you to the Maricopa County deputies who saved her life after she coded in the water.
Officer Clayton Townsend of the Salt River Police Department died in January 2019. Last year, 42-year-old Jerry Sanstead Jr. was indicted by a jury and was accused of manslaughter.
Officials with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office say a man has drowned along the Salt River during the afternoon hours of May 31.
Salt River Tubing near Mesa is back open for business for the summer 2021 season!
May 1 is opening day for Salt River Tubing! FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has more on what you need to know before you go.
Tempe Police say a 17-year-old runaway out of the Salt River Pima Indian Reservation has been arrested in connection with an incident where a Tempe Police sergeant was hit by a car near Tempe Town Lake.
It's the middle of winter fishing season in Arizona, and crews from Arizona Game and Fish are busy restocking the lakes. FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae checked out their work along the Salt River.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is using old Christmas trees to create structural habitats for fish in Saguaro Lake.
Tubing on the Salt River is over, at least for 2020.
Salt River Tubing reopened on May 16 with new regulations to keep people safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Those looking to float down the Salt River this weekend have been given the green light to do so.
The Forest Service is putting up additional fencing to help keep wild horses safe along the Lower Salt River area, but that's causing concern for some. FOX 10's Danielle Miller reports.
Authorities are at a shopping center near Indian Bend and Loop 101 in Scottsdale for a police situation.
It's been almost a year since Salt River police officer Clayton Townsend was hit and killed on a Valley freeway. While the void of loss could never be filled, the Townsends are committed to carrying out Clayton's legacy. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
"When we started, we had clear skies, we had no warning," Mary Gessler said. It was a typical monsoon day with clear conditions one minute, but in the next minute, storms were near the vicinity.