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GristFeds to Colorado River states: reduce water usage, or we will do it for you
In theory, the federal government can unilaterally cut water deliveries from the Colorado River’s two main reservoirs, Lake Powell and Lake Mead, which release more than 2 trillion...
Cronkite NewsYour vote can determine the future of Arizona’s water
Voters in Maricopa, Pima and Pinal counties on Nov. 8 will select new board members for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District, which oversees how Colorado River water is delivered through...
CNNFeds begin ‘expedited’ process to help save drought-stricken Colorado River
The US Department of Interior announced Friday it is launching an “expedited” process to potentially change water-flow operations on the drought-stricken Colorado River, as Lake...
Daily IndependentA 100-year water supply?
Whether its groundwater or river water in danger of running dry first, the biggest potential impact from Arizona’s continuing water issues is it will stall growth.
Arizona RepublicEnough messing around. Will the feds mandate cuts to save Lake Mead or not?
Opinion: If Colorado River states can't save enough water in 2023, Lake Mead is done. It's time for the feds to say (and mean) it: Will they step in if we fail?
Arizona RepublicIs rural Arizona ready to cut back water use? We've reached a crossroads in that fight
Opinion: Two efforts to regulate groundwater use in Arizona's rural communities could have long-ranging consequences, depending on what happens next.
Phoenix WaterPhoenix Water Hosting Town Halls Focused on Colorado River Shortage
As part of their ongoing effort to keep the public informed about how reduced allocations of Colorado River water are impacting the City of Phoenix, Phoenix Water experts will deliver a...
Arizona Digital Free PressWater in the news: Scottsdale hosts panel on Grand Canyon State of H2O
The truth is what has happened in the past and what is happening now will no longer determine future planning on where and how much water will flow from the Colorado River into the Phoenix...
Arizona Daily StarArizona worries about access to Colorado River
This is part of a collaborative series on the Colorado River as the 100th anniversary of the historic Colorado River Compact approaches. The Associated Press, The Colorado Sun, The Albuquerque...
KTARMesa asks residents to skip winter lawns to save water
With an ongoing drought and cuts to water supplies, the city of Mesa is asking residents to consider not overseeding for a winter lawn.