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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

PHOENIX — State lawmakers are balking at a proposal to let cities approve new subdivisions despite the lack of an assured water supply.

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May was wet, but we can't count on regularly hitting the "hydrology lottery."

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Wyoming says procedure can increase snowfall by 5 to 15 percent. 

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But agreement delays CAP shortages by just a couple of years.

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Five candidates vying for the four seats to represent Pima County.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Deal gives capital our CAP credits in exchange for its excess supplies.

  • The Associated Press

PHOENIX — Phoenix and Tucson are entering into a water sharing arrangement that officials say benefits both cities.

Navajo would close by 2044. Sierra Club may sue to block plan.

  • By Pamela Pickard Special to the Arizona Daily Star

By delivering almost 500 billion gallons of Colorado River water to Arizona every year, Central Arizona Project (CAP) has dramatically and pos…

For the first time, the state agency that operates the multibillion-dollar Central Arizona Project warns that water shortages could hit Tucson…

  • By Pamela Pickard Special to the Arizona Daily Star

The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is the primary steward of Central and Southern Arizona’s Colorado River water resources. As such, we have an…

The Pima County Board of Supervisors allowed Farmers Investment Co. to rezone its property Tuesday for residential and commercial use, but don…

While Californians sell cattle, halt salmon fishing and stop watering lawns due to an unyielding drought, the water picture is brighter — in t…

  • By Sandy Fabritz-Whitney Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Arizona has a long history of addressing our water supply challenges.

Here’s why water must be Arizona’s top public-policy debate:

The Marana Utilities Department plans to increase water rates by 26 percent over four years and hike wastewater rates by 9 percent this year.

  • By Virgil Davis Special to the Arizona Daily Star

All residents in Pima County are created equal and assume they are equally entitled to their water. This assumption could be jeopardized if Ro…

Despite years of growing concern about drought, some good water news has emerged: The Tucson area has balanced its water pumping with recharge…

The federal government tightened the screws on the overtaxed Colorado River Friday, announcing that it will cut water releases from Lake Powell to Lake Mead for the first time ever starting in October.

  • Christopher Brooks Special To The Arizona Daily Star

In 2010 more than 65,000 acre-feet of water was extracted from the aquifer in the Upper Santa Cruz basin from Green Valley to Sahuarita - abou…