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When dams break

As our infrastructure ages, what can happen when structures that are often massive give way?

Vana Dee Lewis wants you to know you are "#WORTHY."

Also on Arizona Spotlight: From Odyssey Storytelling, Ana Montanez shares a story about discovering inner strength, and Gabriel Dozal on his book "The Border Simulator."

Western states will not lose as much Colorado River water in 2024, despite long-term challenges

Bountiful snowfall and rain last winter pulled much of the region out of drought this spring and raised water levels at key reservoirs.

Federal officials plan to announce 2024 cuts along the Colorado River. Here's what to expect

The river provides water for seven U.S. states, 29 Native American tribes and two states in Mexico.

Ballot question to remove Douglas AMA is thrown out

Cochise County officials said a lawsuit brought by the EDF forced the decision.

Environmental groups seek court order to stop two exploratory mining projects

The groups filed a lawsuit against the USFS in June.

Navajo president presses Congress for more time, money, for water project

The project would deliver 37,767 acre-feet of water annually from the San Juan River basin through 300 miles of pipeline to 43 Navajo chapters, the city of Gallup, New Mexico, as well as the Teepee Junction area of the Jicarilla Apache Nation.

The Buzz Live! Water Conservation and AMAs in Cochise County

The area's agriculture industry copes with a possible future as a recall vote looms.

21st annual Water Resources Research Center brings in international collaborators

The conference focused on water solutions in a changing arid climate.

Douglas AMA challengers get AMA back on the ballot

The existence of the Douglas AMA will go back to voters in 2023 General Election

Permitting timetable published for Southern Arizona critical minerals mine

The South32 Hermosa project is located in the Patagonia Mountains

The Buzz: Tracing the Colorado River’s problems back for more than a hundred years

This week, we preview Thirst Gap, a new podcast from the team at NPR member station KUNC.

The Buzz takes a trip down the Verde River

We're revisiting this episode after it and another The Buzz episode were honored by PMJA

Months of wet weather erase drought across the Southwest

Only 28% of the region is experiencing drought.

Supreme Court rules against Navajo Nation in Colorado River water rights case

Colorado had argued that siding with the Navajo Nation would undermine existing agreements and disrupt the management of the river.

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