The Colorado River has reached drastically low water levels and Arizona experts don’t see conditions improving in the near future.
Opinion: Pine and Strawberry should be a lesson to us all: It's better to stop a water problem before it starts than to try to fix it after it rears its ugly head.
Lake Powell, facing an existential crisis from drought and climate change, is getting a nearly 1 million acre-foot reprieve.
Opinion: It's an imperfect plan that solves nothing. But it's significant that all seven Colorado River states have agreed to temporarily boost Lake Powell.
Opinion: Federal officials have proposed leaving more water in Lake Powell to avoid potential calamity. It's necessary, painful - and still solves nothing.
Opinion: How do we make sense of the bad news surrounding Arizona's water supply? Here are 4 fundamental questions to consider.
Since 1980, officials have required more strict water conservation efforts as the decades have passed. The efforts have five tiers and are headed into the final phase of the plan.
The latest water supply outlook from the Colorado Basin River Forecast Center estimates Lake Powell will only receive 64% of its average water inflows this year. The report was released Thursday.
One of the last preserved stretches of Historic Route 66 winds through downtown Kingman. Formed in the 1880s, the former railroad town sits in the farthest corner of northwest Arizona that you can...
During the week of April 11-17 Arizona leaders from both within and outside the state’s “water community” will take time during Arizona Water Professionals Appreciation Week to...