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Deal gives capital our CAP credits in exchange for its excess supplies.
PHOENIX — Phoenix and Tucson are entering into a water sharing arrangement that officials say benefits both cities.
That's what one developer wants, but some Navajo Nation members have doubts.
It wasn’t only a conservationist who recorded this week’s meeting of the Colorado River with the Gulf of California’s high tides.
The Colorado River met the sea Thursday for the first time in at least 16 years.
The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is the primary steward of Central and Southern Arizona’s Colorado River water resources. As such, we have an important role to play in supporting the health and sustainability of the river.
This week’s big pulse of water into the long-parched Colorado River Delta will be one of the most studied water releases ever.
Colorado River steamboat transportation made a significant impact in opening the Arizona Territory to commerce in the latter half of the 19th century.
While Californians sell cattle, halt salmon fishing and stop watering lawns due to an unyielding drought, the water picture is brighter — in the short term at least — for Arizona and the rest of the Colorado River Basin.
"Monster Fish" host Zeb Hogan studied the fish of the Colorado River during his undergraduate days at the University of Arizona.
Arizona has a long history of addressing our water supply challenges.
Here’s why water must be Arizona’s top public-policy debate:
There is not enough water. Supplies are decreasing due to drought conditions and demand is increasing.
Despite years of growing concern about drought, some good water news has emerged: The Tucson area has balanced its water pumping with recharge more than a decade ahead of schedule.
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.
Wildflowers carpet the sides of an access road southeast of North Sandario and West Mile Wide roads along a section of a proposed multiple-use trail that would follow the Central Arizona Project canal.
Recreational trails trace riverbanks across metro Tucson, so why not try the same thing along another watercourse: the Central Arizona Project canal?
FLAGSTAFF — An arbitrator has awarded a Las Vegas developer about $28 million in a contract dispute over the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Nevada Department of Transportation officials are considering ways to curb suicides at the Hoover Dam bypass bridge after a fourth person plunged from the bridge walkway to the Colorado River.