Yachts were beached in her front yard, and the water inside singer-songwriter Linda Chorney's Sea Bright, N.J., townhouse rose to 8 feet during superstorm Sandy.
Here is a list of road closures in Pima County as well as area where motorists should be cautious driving across washes. It was updated at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
A woman who was swept away by floodwaters was found dead in her vehicle Friday following an hours-long search effort northwest of Tucson.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter searches Brawley Wash for Angelina Carrasco, 52, who was swept away by floodwaters early Friday morning and found dead Friday afternoon. Her husband suffered a broken pelvis in the incident.
Angelina Carrasco was found dead Friday afternoon in her car, hours after rushing water carried it away.
The west-side water main unexpectedly broke in 1999, sending a torrent of water down streets and damaging several nearby homes. This time around, Tucson Water said sensors picked up problems in advance.
The same water line that broke and flooded a west-side neighborhood in 1999 has shown signs that it is about to blow again. But this time there will be no repeat of the earlier disaster, which spilled 38 million gallons of water into the Paseo Vista Neighborhood.
Storm water eroded the embankment and caused the collapse of 300 feet of road on Sunday. The intersection might be open late Friday. Meanwhile, drivers may use Interstate 10 and Ina or Camino del Cerro as alternatives.
A major reconstruction project is under way after Sunday's storm swept away part of the Silverbell and Sunset roads intersection. Storm water eroded the embankment and caused the collapse of 300 feet of road, said Dave Cummings, operations division manager for the Pima County Transportation …
Two people had to be rescued by members of the Northwest Fire District's Technical Rescue Team after their vehicle got stuck in rushing water at Sanders and Twin Peaks roads Sunday afternoon.
The Horseshoe 2 Fire roared through this area near the Sugarloaf Trailhead in the Chiricahua National Monument last year.
The Bonita Canyon Campground in the Chiricahua National Monument is a popular camping place, but has been closed until the risk of monsoon flooding subsides.
The only campground at the popular Chiricahua National Monument has been closed indefinitely.
Two people were swept downstream by flood waters during a storm Monday night in Carr Canyon, according to Cochise County officials.
Last July, homeowner Mary Means took a rest on sandbags placed to protect her home in Sierra Vista from flooding.
The flooding danger from wildfires lasts years and sometimes decades. Geologists and hydrologists who gathered at Biosphere 2 last week urged new strategies for anticipating damage from such floods, and better ways of measuring changes in watersheds and preparing strategies for lessening the…
At least four homes were severely damaged by flooding Sunday
afternoon in the Miller Canyon area.