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Ski Resorts on Federal Land Must Prove Water Supply

New Forest Service rule will affect three spots in Arizona, including Mount Lemmon.

Up to 5 El Niño Storms Due in Southern Arizona This Week

Up to 1.5 inches of rain in valleys, snowfall in mountains above 6,000 feet.

Utah Wants to Pipe Water 140 Miles from Lake Powell

86,000 acre-feet anually would supply booming area around town of St. George.

Arizona Town Hall Takes on Water Use, Planning

Resulting report will address water resources, environmental issues.

Bill Would Reform Mining Law, Make Companies Clean Up

Instead of taxpayers paying to clean up mine sites, burden would fall to companies

Flake Looks to Safeguard Arizona's Water Allotment

Senator wants to prohibit secretary of the interior from redirecting state's supply to another state.

Tucson, an Urban Classroom for German Students

University students visit the city to learn about global conditions

Water Stops, Starts in Rural Arizona

Restrictions are still in place, but regular service should return to Bowie by end of the week

Need a New Washing Machine? Tucson Offers $200 Rebate

Tucson Water says high-efficiency washers can save up to 7,000 gallons a year.

State Rejects Requested Ban on Expanding Irrigation

Farmers in Cochise County lose petition to to stop further development in their area.

Drought Means Well-Drilling Boom in Groundwater Quest

Arizonans tapping into hundreds of billions of gallons stashed underground as shortage nears.

The River Woman

Katie Lee is still mourning the loss of her beloved Glen Canyon

Quest for Water Takes Northern Arizona City to New Depths

Williams brings in drilling company to go three times deeper than its neighbors.

Community Effort Tracks San Pedro River's Health

Volunteers will map flows for waterway that's vital to people and wildlife.

Clearer, Better Smelling Santa Cruz River A Good Sign

River report says quality of water is improving

Arizona Water Chief: California Should Share Drought Burden

During shortage, Arizona absorbs majority of cuts of Colorado River allocations.

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