AzResistALECDemonstrators form an anti-ALEC "sleeping dragon" at SRPOne unfortunate aspect of the occupation of the Salt River Project's Tempe headquarters last week was that the activists involved were not able to pull off a similar action at the Westin Kierland Resort, where corporate interests an ... More >>
One new idea for every day in 2011. We're talking big, small, local, international, in action, and on the drawing board. Here's today's -- what's yours?This Saturday, Bill Doelle is exploring the Tucson underground -- and he'd like some company. The archaeologist, president of Desert Archa ... More >>
Are 18 birds in the nest worth 21 billion gallons of water down the drain?
Business and environmentalists agreed for once, and a beautiful Arizona stream will return to us.
An endangered bird is thriving in the dry bottom of Roosevelt Lake. Too bad it's in the way of water for Phoenix.
In an unusual lawsuit, environmentalist says city is hoarding federal money
Phoenix Parks Department balances bosks and ball fields in its plans for Reach 11
After a year on the job, U.S. Attorney Jose de Jesus Rivera looks to be in the right place at the right time
Glendale scribe dishes the dirt on world's biggest hole
Should boom towns like Prescott let little things like water shortages keep them from growing?
Lake Powell's high waters are flushing the Grand Canyon again. Is it Mother Nature's fault or the Bureau of Reclamation's?
Recently discovered documents indicate that the lawyer who represented the Hopi Tribe in crucial negotiations with Peabody Western Coal Company was working for the mining company at the same time
Dave Wegner's career with the Bureau of Reclamation seemed to be at peak flow. He had no idea it was about to run dry.
THE LAW REQUIRES THE REBURIAL OF INDIAN REMAINS. SO WHY ARE THERE STILL 700 SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET?
FARMERS IN THE GILA RIVER BASIN HAVE ALREADY SUCKED DOWN $500 MILLION IN GOVERNMENT PORK. NOW THEY WANT ANOTHER $20 MILLION FOR A SENSELESS FLOOD-CONTROL PROJECT.
THE NEW VISITORS CENTER AT HOOVER DAM WILL COST $119 MILLION
ARIZONA HASN'T STARTED PAYING FOR CAP, WHICH ALREADY NEEDS $100 MILION IN REPAIRS
AT LAKE PLEASANT, THE GOVERNMENT REACHES A LOW-WATER MARK IN NATIVE-PLANT PROTECTION