Lower rainfall and higher temperatures have created ideal conditions to exacerbate Arizona’s longstanding drought. Entering 2022, more than half of the state remains in severe drought status...
In response to the ongoing "megadrought" in the western U.S., Phoenix and several other cities in the Valley have implemented the first stages of their drought plans.
Opinion: People want to know when water shortages will change life as we know it in Arizona. But the answer can vary widely, depending on where you are.
Water, as described at the start of a panel discussion Tuesday on Arizona’s water supplies, is “one of the hottest topics around.”
Some metro Phoenix cities are taking initial steps to cut back on their water use while Arizona's largest source of water continues to be strained.
Opinion: A plan to create an Arizona Water Authority is too complex, but the Senate's alternative lacks key details. Can cooler heads combine the two?
For most of this session, lawmakers have been working with stakeholders of various interests to cobble together legislation that addresses Arizona’s water woes, but concerns over conservation...
Dire conditions on the Colorado River are prompting the City of Mesa to declare a water shortage and begin cutting back water usage at city facilities.
In this thought-provoking video series, we unearth the secrets of how and where groundwater accumulates and the processes for bringing it to the surface.
In a May 6 joint presentation, officials of three agencies laid out publicly the serious challenges facing the Colorado River system, especially at Lake Powell, which currently sits at 24...