YUMA, ARIZONA - MAY 16, 2022. Colorado River water churns through the weir of the Laguna Diversion Dam near Yuma. The dam was the first to be built on the Colorado River and ended boat travel on the river. It now primarily serves to regulate outflows of the Imperial Dam. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
Arizona’s Aging Water Infrastructure Is About to Receive a Multi-Million Dollar Upgrade

Arizon is set to receive nearly $30 million in federal funding to revitalize aging water infrastructure related to the Colorado River. 

Dogs are seen wearing booties on the sidewalk as PETA passes out free dog booties to prevent burns on July 23, 2020 in Venice, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)
Summer Is Coming: A Guide to Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Arizona Heat

Dog owners in the sunniest state need to know the correct measures to take to keep pets safe during the summer.

RIO VERDE, ARIZONA - FEBRUARY 26: Leigh Harris filled jugs with rain water she captured outside her home on February 26, 2023 near Scottsdale, Arizona. Harris lives in Rio Verde Foothills an unincorporated development in Maricopa County. When the Department of the Interior issued its first-ever formal water-shortage declaration for the Colorado River the City of Scottsdale stopped allowing Rio Verde Foothills to use the citys water. Harris put in a $14,000 system to catches rain water at her home. On top of that system she also puts out buckets and a kids pool to capture rain water. She and her husband primarily use the water to flush the toilets. Each gallon is one flush, said Harris. (Photo by RJ Sangosti/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Explained: Here’s How the Rio Verde Foothills Water Crisis Could Be Solved

It’s been three months since residents of Rio Verde Foothills had their water supply cut off, forcing them to find other means to receive water.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 05: Taylor Swift attends the 65th GRAMMY Awards on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)
No ‘Anti-Hero’: Taylor Swift Makes ‘Generous’ Donation to Arizona Food Bank Network

Taylor Swift’s donation will help deliver fresh, healthy produce to local food banks across Arizona.

FILE - This photo shows Colorado River water running through farmland on the Colorado River Indian Tribes reservation, Feb. 19, 2018 in Parker, Ariz. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca, File)
Arizona Tribes Set to Receive Over $120 Million for Water Infrastructure Improvements

A century-old promise to provide indigenous communities access to water will soon be fulfilled, thanks in part to a renewed push to improve the nation’s infrastructure.

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LGBTQ Outdoor Adventure Group Provides Healthy, Sober Way to Meet People in Phoenix

This LGBTQ outdoor adventure social group provides Phoenix with a safe, healthy, and sober way to connect with the community. 

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Report Shows Phoenix’s West Valley Doesn’t Have Enough Water for 100-year Supply

Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs made public a report on the West Valley’s water supply—specifically, that the region is running short in its mandatory 100-year reserve.