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Early Season Snow Delights Skiers, but the Drought is Far From Over
Experts say the bigger picture is more complicated, and is compounded by the effects of climate change.
A Surprise Choice in the Central Arizona Project Board Election
Republican April Pinger did not have a campaign website or respond to any questions from the Arizona Republic.
Tucson, Marana Suing Makers of Chemicals Found in Well Water
They seek damages for dealing with compounds called PFCs, which don't have established regulatory limits.
Three Things to Know About Colorado River Plans in the Works
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A water dispute is playing out between Central Arizona cities, tribes and farms.
Citizen-Science Project Looks to Test for Polluted Rainwater
The five-year program teaches residents how to measure what's in their harvested rainwater.
CD3 Candidates See Separate Paths Forward on Immigration
One of 9 U.S. House districts that border Mexico, the topic looms large in Southwestern Arizona.
Colorado River Reservoirs Start Water Year At Lowest Point in 40 Years
The reservoirs haven't been at 47 percent capacity since they were filled.
Tucson Water Disputes 'Contaminated' Water Report
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A group hopes to restore running water to the city's watershed.
Development and the San Pedro
The Arizona Supreme Court sided with a homebuilder in Sierra Vista despite concerns about the San Pedro River.
What a Colorado River in Decline Means for the Radical Idea of Resurrecting Glen Canyon
As levels on Lake Powell and the Colorado River drop, do proposals to reimagine Glen Canyon Dam stand a chance?
4 More Weeks of Monsoon, Tucson Has Beaten Normal Rain Totals
Tucson has received more than six inches of rain since the monsoon began, and much of Southern Arizona has surpassed normal totals.
Arizona Has Been 'Banking' CAP Water But Doesn't Have a Clear Plan to Withdraw It
No infrastructure exists to pump from recharge sites where nearly 25 percent of the water-bank water is stored.
Sounding The Alarm in Tucson
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Marana Developing Plan to Treat Two Contaminated Wells
Wells have tested positive for compounds not regulated by federal laws.
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