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12 NewsA 'private dispute' may forever change Arizona water law, experts say
A Nestlé plant in the Valley has an issue: it wants to produce a lot of "high-quality" creamer. But it might not have enough water to do so.
ABC15What it takes to import Harquahala Valley groundwater during water crisis
The Harquahala Groundwater Basin is one of three in rural Arizona set aside specifically to import water to the Valley once water gets scarce.
KTARSen. Mark Kelly on possible Colorado River crash: ‘It’s not going to happen’
U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly said Friday he will not let the Colorado River crash amid water shortages.
Arizona RepublicFeds finalizing $250 million in water-saving measures to help drought-stricken Lake Mead
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is finalizing $250 million in water-saving deals that are expected to preserve up to 10 feet of Lake Mead's declining surface levels this...
Scottsdale IndependentCity Council considering raising utility rates
The Scottsdale City Council heard proposals from staff to increase water, sewer and solid waste rates during its regularly scheduled meeting March 7, though it is not scheduled to vote on the...
USA TodayWater crisis in West: Massive reservoir Lake Powell hits historic low water level
Lake Powell, the nation's second-largest reservoir and one that provides water and power to millions of people in southern California, has reached its lowest levels since its first filling...
Arizona RepublicWater conservation is main concern among Arizona voters, poll shows
Arizona voters show an unmoving concern about environmental conservation even as other issues become more pressing, according to a bipartisan poll released Wednesday.
ABC 15Loophole in law threatens future Arizona water supply, expert and lawmaker says
From Yavapai to Maricopa to Pinal counties, freestanding houses in planned communities are going up by the hundreds. But many are not for sale. They are for rent. It's a model that...
ABC 15Phoenix looks to bolster its existing water supplies with new development policies
The city of Phoenix wants to implement new water conservation policies for future development as it continues attracting residents, companies and big projects to the Valley.
Arizona Daily Star'Game of chicken' or 'chess game,' Colorado River solution elusive
After more than seven months of fruitless negotiating over how to slash Colorado River water use, the seven river basin states’ officials will now talk some more.