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Amid Pandemic, Phoenix's New Water Restrictions Leave Homes With a Trickle
By Elizabeth Whitman
APS, SRP, and Phoenix Water Services Suspend Customer Shutoffs Over Coronavirus
Groups Plan to Sue Over Federal Change That Guts Protections for Arizona Waters
What's on Tap for Arizona Water in 2020? Five Issues to Watch
Bill Seeks $6.1 Million and More Hydrologists for Arizona Department of Water Resources
With Colorado River Cutbacks Looming, a Drought Pipeline Sparks Ire in Phoenix
Arizona Abandons Controversial Effort to Manage Clean Water Act Permit Program
City of Phoenix Botched Water Line Replacement, Sunnyslope Residents Say
Fire and Rain: Together, Monsoons and Wildfires Can Ruin Arizona's Water Supply
So Fresh, So Clean: How Scottsdale Wants to Purify Your Ideas on Recycled Water
UPDATED: Kingman Prison, Site of 2015 Riots, Faces Water Shortages
In the Southwest, Monsoons Are Becoming More Intense and Frequent, Study Finds
Ex-Phoenix Assistant Water Director Discriminated Against, Targeted Employees
How Wildfires and Monsoons Threaten Arizona's Precious Water Supply
‘Hit with a Dildo’: Reports Detail Harassment, Racism at Phoenix Water Services
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