AMWUA Press Room
Central Arizona Project funds small-scale cloud-seeding operations in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming.
"We are not in a crisis," says Director Sharon Megdal, but we must plan for a growing population and possibility of an extended drought.
AMWUA Executive Director Kathleen Ferris said so much misinformation on water supply issues spurred the group to create more informative website
U.S. Senator Jeff Flake says he is ready to lead a conversation about water.
A gush of water will surge past the U.S. border next weekend and could carry the Colorado to the sea for the first time since 1998.
Drought does not equal a water shortage for Greater Phoenix Metro area, AMWUA executive director Kathleen Ferris reports.
Google takes viewers on a 286-mile journey down Colorado River.
While the state isn’t in immediate crisis, steps must be take to prevent future imbalance between supply and demand.
All of Arizona's 15 counties are now designated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as natural disaster areas for drought.
A battle over water at Arizona's Fort Huachuca illustrates the Defense Department's growing concern over its water supply.