Our View: With Lake Mead dangerously low, Arizona leaders have forged a remarkable agreement to fend off shortages.
The city of Phoenix is prepared to handle any imbalance between water supply and demand, according to a report from Moody's Investor Service.
Arizona and various water agencies in Nevada and California are expected to approve an agreement that would help protect level of Lake Mead.
Arizona has let growth occur before renewable water supplies are in hand. Why we must mitigate the risk.
Former Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl says the state must act now to ensure a sufficient supply in the future.
The declining popularity of golf, an surplus of courses, and the cost of water are causing many courses to struggle and some to close.
Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet's groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished.
Jon Kyl & Grady Gammage, Jr. on priorities for ensuring reliable water supplies into the future.
Conservation isn't always straightforward. Tucson rain water harvesting rebates are not yielding a reduction in demand, yet may be expanded.
Ongoing drought, shallow aquifers, and growth are some of the factors affecting domestic wells on the periphery.