Myths stand in the way of agreements needed to deal with increasing demand for water in the Colorado River basin
ADWR director Michael Lacey discusses implementation of strategies to meet the state's future water needs.
If the Golden State was shutting down its sprinklers, was the whole West about to dry up and blow away?
Four western states, including Arizona, and the federal government announce agreement to fund projects meant to counteract low water levels in the Colorado River basin.
Groundwater losses from the Colorado River basin appear massive enough to challenges long-term water supplies.
Interest groups want more action from state and federal officials to counteract forces causing Mead to fall.
KJZZ's Steve Goldstein interviews Dave White, Director of Decision Center for a Desert City, about the significance Mead's record low level.
New Times' Ray Stern calls assertions in a recent Smithsonian.com article "total nonsense."
Pamela Pickard, President of the CAP Board of Directors, lays out the facts about Arizona's water supplies and shortage impacts.
Will Phoenix run out of water if the Central Arizona Project has a few dry years? No.