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Conserving Water but Paying More? There's a Reason
Without water-saving practices, Tucsonans would be paying 11.7% more.
Tucson Water Rates to Increase Monday
Money to help ensure safe water supply, department says.
Raising Awareness about 'Water Banking,' Mainstay of Arizona Water Strategy
UA Water Resources Research Center says banking, recharge and recovery not well understood by the public.
Tributary Projects Aim to Improve Health of San Pedro River
Watershed work aims for increased flows and health of the undammed river.
Changing Conditions Prompt Differing Predictions from Water Managers
One report says a water shortage in Arizona is less than two years away.
O'odham Dances: 'This Is The Way We Begin and End Things'
A creative collaboration combining film, poetry and Southwestern flavor debuts Tuesday in Tucson.
Above-Normal Flow to Be Released from Lake Powell
Water will go to Lake Mead for distribution to Arizona, California, Nevada.
'Smart' Agreements Leave More Water in Lake Mead, Regulators Say
Snow pack will add to reservoirs this spring, but the Colorado basin remains in a drought.
Recharge Efforts Raise Groundwater Levels in Cochise County
About one billion gallons have been redirected to the recharge areas.
Spring Weather Draws Hikers, Then Rescue Teams
Many hit the trail unprepared for the reality of hours in the sun.
Navajo Nation Maps Drought with NASA Satellites
Tool can help observation of vast area and diverse ecologies.
Study: Higher Temps Affect Colorado River as Much as Precipitation
Research shows high temperatures took 500,000 acre-feet from river since 2000.
NASA: Measuring Dust Can Improve Snowmelt Predictions
Better data allow better forecasts, preparations for spring runoff to Colorado River.
Senator Flake Named Chair of Water, Power Resources Committee
Group will oversee water issues affecting Arizona and the Southwest.
Satellites Reveal Shrinking Water, Bare Shorelines in Lower Grand Canyon
The drought-driven changes could affect recreation and wildlife.
Shrinking Lake Mead Water Levels Could Trigger Official Shortage
50 percent chance for cuts to water shares.
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