AZ I See It: Smart irrigation techniques could reduce landscape water use by about 25%.
Thanks to heavy spring and summer rains in Colorado, it is now unlikely we will see a Colorado River shortage in either 2016 or 2017.
Drillers hold the keys to Arizona's "drought insurance policy," water stored underground for times of shortage.
Our View: Cities should begin using water as another economic-development tool in the current age of drought.
Despite the headline, a wet May has actually improved the outlook for avoiding shortage in 2016.
Innovative new ordinance connects land planning and water supplies.
May run-off adds water to Lake Powell, water managers project a better outlook for next year's water supply.
Rain and snowmelt run-off in May have helped push projected CAP shortages back until 2017.
Our View: The Arizona Department of Water Resources needs a lot more bodies to fight the drought.
The GRD has led to sprawl on cheap desert land instead of following sustainable water supplies.