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AZ MirrorGila River Indian Community breaks ground on pipeline project to address Colorado River drought
Only a month after finalizing funding agreements, the Gila River Indian Community broke ground on its new Reclaimed Water Pipeline Project to help the community with water resources and conserve...
Cronkite NewsArizona, California, Nevada agree on cuts to Colorado River water use
Arizona, California and Nevada unveiled a plan Monday to save 3 million acre-feet of Colorado River water between now and 2026, a stopgap measure to buy time while authorities figure out a...
Arizona RepublicLatest plan to save Lake Mead is imperfect — and maybe what the Colorado River needs
Opinion: The latest plan to stabilize Lake Mead simply buys us time. But maybe that's not as bad as it sounds for the Colorado River.
Arizona RepublicWhere does Phoenix's water come from?
Phoenix gets its water from five main sources: the Colorado, Salt and Verde rivers, groundwater and reclaimed water.
Arizona RepublicThe fight for rural Arizona's water could get more aggressive. And ugly
Opinion: Arizona's attorney general is pressuring the state Department of Water Resources to get far more aggressive in how it deals with rural water.
Arizona Capitol TimesPhoenix residents could see water bill increases coming soon
Phoenix residents could see an increase in their water bills soon. Although the Valley has seen more rain than normal this winter, with almost an inch more than the average in March, it...
KJZZPoll: Majority of Arizonans believe more groundwater protections are needed
Arizona’s share of Colorado River water has been cut amid the record drought gripping the Southwest. That has put a greater emphasis — and more scrutiny — on other sources.
The HillLake Mead and Lake Powell are swelling. Here’s what that means for the water supply
Lake Mead will rise 33 feet higher than expected this year because of snowpack levels in the Upper Colorado River Basin, according to estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
Arizona RepublicArizona beverage factories built on finite groundwater. Now they want a piecemeal fix
Opinion: Arizona should ensure that all forms of growth have enough water before they build, instead of carving out water for some users later.
12 NewsCity of Phoenix seeks to make wastewater into drinking water
The City of Phoenix is the latest municipality seeking to treat wastewater and make it into drinking water. It comes as the state is working to formulate regulations to allow this kind of...