Update: Dolphinaris Arizona announces temporary closure to evaluate facility

Dolphinaris Arizona near Scottsdale will be temporarily closing beginning Friday, Feb. 8 while an outside panel of experts reevaluates the [...] Continue Reading →

Mystery, frustration and questions surround dolphin deaths at Dolphinaris Arizona

Frustration, questions and outrage surround a string of deaths in Arizona’s most unlikely of residents. Four bottlenose dolphins have died since [...] Continue Reading →

$58,000 raised for family of fallen Salt River Police Officer Townsend

The auction gavel struck not once but twice in honor of Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Police Officer Clayton Townsend and his family [...] Continue Reading →

Dolphinaris Arizona suffers death of 3rd bottlenose female

A third bottlenose dolphin has died at the Dolphinaris Arizona aquatic facility on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, since its [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale OKs Pima Road Bridge widening project across Arizona Canal

Scottsdale City Council has approved a contract for construction services worth more than $2 million for Pima Road Bridge widening over the [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Salt River rising is new opportunity for Scottsdale

I love being a student of the language, as it is ever evolving. “Coopetition” is one fairly new arrival. It’s a noun that means: “collaboration [...] Continue Reading →

Scott: death of dolphin should raise more questions about Dolphinaris operation

Dolphinaris Arizona was a sneaky, stealthy project of deception from the start, shrouded in mystery and rolled out in a way and in a location [...] Continue Reading →

Dolphin dies at Salt River Pima Dolphinaris facility

Dolphinaris has announced that a 10-year-old female bottlenose dolphin, named Alia, died in the early morning of Tuesday, May 22. The exact cause [...] Continue Reading →

CBRE brokers $56.5M sale of The Corporate at Pima Center

CBRE has arranged the $56.5 million sale of The Corporate at Pima Center, a two-building, Class A office property situated within the 232-acre, [...] Continue Reading →

Phoenix Rising releases renderings for future stadium, eyes MLS bid

Red smoke paints the stadium as the second-largest crowd in Phoenix Rising history erupts in cheer and joy as the referee blows the final [...] Continue Reading →