Editorial: Jeff Flake and Doug Ducey are doing what needs to be done to secure Arizona's water future. But they can't act alone.
Can people taste the difference in beer made from recycled water? The results of our taste test weren’t what we thought.
Conflicts between the Department of Water Resources and CAP demonstrate why an intervention was needed to clarify agency roles
Conservation has delayed a shortage declaration, but the Colorado River still faces huge challenges.
There’s quite a bit of science in brewing, and it starts with the water.
The ground is stabilizing under Tucson and Phoenix, but sinking faster than ever under many rural farming areas around the state.
CAP plan would have relinquished 60,000 acre-feet of 75,000 buffer in Lake Mead to CA, putting AZ at risk of going into shortage.
Former U.S. Interior Secretary Cecil Andrus, who died Thursday in Idaho, was a key player in Arizona's passage of a landmark 1980 water law.
City of Phoenix is testing an analytical approach developed that incorporates disposable income and local wages to address the question of affordability
Reservoirs have improved, but officials are warning that the drought cycle "isn't over”.