Former U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl & Richard Morrison say now is the time to act.
It is anticipated that the Southwest will warm an average of 2.5 to 5.5 degrees Fahrenheit by midcentury
Four largest communities fed by the Colorado plan to invest millions to help agricultural, industrial, municipal users reduce CO River use
GPCC's VP of public affairs and economic development calls for continued proactive and vigilant water planning to ensure Arizona's future
Stan Turley played a crucial role in passing one of the state's most important legislative acts, the Groundwater Act of 1980.
Stan Turley, senator instrumental in crafting and passing Arizona's historic Groundwater Management Act, will be greatly missed.
City of Phoenix Water Services report expresses concerns regarding climate variability, stresses need to ensure reliability of supplies
Work to save the diminished river goes on as a court battle rages over a proposed housing development.
Part 2: SRP, architects & advocates struggle to envision community development along the canals that crisscross the Greater Phoenix Metro area.
Councilwoman Thelda Williams talks with Phoenix Water Services Director Kathryn Sorensen and Kathy Ferris of AMWUA about water supply