The federal government on Tuesday laid out two options for preventing the Colorado River’s depleted reservoirs from falling to critically low levels, saying it could either impose cuts across...
A bill that would give the Southern Nevada Water Authority the power to limit residential water use in Las Vegas during severe drought took its first step toward becoming law Monday.
U.S. officials released a set of proposals Tuesday for distributing cuts from the Colorado River— including one that would break from precedent by evenly assigning reductions among...
The West Valley is at the center of a conversation about water in Arizona. In January, Gov. Katie Hobbs called for the state Department of Water Resources to release a report showing the Hassayampa...
Salt River Project began slowly releasing water from its Verde River reservoirs in early March to make room for melting snowpack.
Gilbert and Mesa are spending millions of dollars to ensure tap water continues to flow despite diminishing water allocations from the Colorado River.
Nearly 50 years after being filled, Lake Powell recently reached its lowest point. Since then, the lake's seasonal uptrend in water levels has begun.
With water deliveries from the Colorado River projected to continue declining, the city plans to impose a $4 a month charge on customers who don’t conserve water.
Opinion: California is pitching priority-based cuts that could force 6 million Arizonans to lose all or most of their Colorado River water supply.
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.