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.
State and federal agencies have reached an agreement on the management of a herd of wild horses living near Arizona's Salt River.
Authorities have identified a man who they say drowned after making a 20-foot jump into the Salt River on the Fourth of July.
Ads for tubing along the Salt River are seen often on Valley billboards during the summer months, but no one's laughing at a Facebook prank that caused some concern. FOX 10's Steve Krafft reports.
Thursday was another hot day for the Valley, and while Summer has yet to begin for Arizona, some are already looking for ways to keep cool. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Police used a helicopter to pull a man to safety. FOX 10's Kristy Siefkin reports.
A foal was found shot to death and a witness says two others may have also been shot. FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.