Heading into 2020, more Arizonans are worried about the future of the state's water, children and finances than are focused on hot-button issues like immigration or gun control, according to...
A district that recharges renewable water supplies to allow new housing development brings in about $13.4 billion a year in economic benefits, says a study written for a homebuilders’ group.
There is a new proposal to transfer water from the Colorado River region to central Arizona. And it’s looking just as controversial as the others.
A private company and the town of Queen Creek are proposing a water deal that would leave 485 acres of farmland permanently dry near the Colorado River and send the water used on that...
A “disconnect” in water-management practices risks draining many of Arizona’s aquifers, an ASU study recently warned.
Opinion: Queen Creek wants to acquire Colorado River water without buying the land that holds the contract. And that has big implications for Arizona.
Two authors of a new, highly critical study, Arizona’s system of groundwater management encourages urban sprawl.
The entire state-run, Tucson-area water management area is on the edge of achieving balance between pumping and recharging because the city of Tucson has made heavy use of CAP water.
As Arizona’s oldest environmental advocacy group, Arizona Forward has a water committee made up of more than 60 people tied to various organizations — including cities and counties from...
The city of Avondale was among the award winners at the 32nd Annual Clean Air Campaign Awards, held last week in Phoenix.