groundwater, Douglas, rural areas, Arizona, Arizona Department of Water Resources, AMAs
Feb 24, 2023

Groundwater mostly unregulated, impacts rural areas 

Groundwater is one of the main water resources for most of Arizona. It is finite and mostly unregulated, especially in rural communities that solely depend on it.  To change this, in 2022, the basins around Douglas and Kingman became regulated by the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR).  

transmission line, Arizona, California, clean energy, renewable energy, Tonopah, Hobbs, Harris
Feb 5, 2023

New transmission line will increase energy reliability

A 125-mile transmission line is being built between Arizona and California – after nearly a decade of planning. The line, called the Ten West Link, will make it possible to send solar and wind energy between the two states.

clean energy, renewable energy, Tonopah, California, Arizona, Blythe, Phoenix, high-capacity power transmission line
Jan 20, 2023

VP Harris touts Arizona-California power transmission line

Vice President Kamala Harris and two cabinet secretaries on Thursday celebrated the start of construction of a new high-capacity power transmission line between Arizona and California, which they hope will lead to future solar energy farms in the desert outside Phoenix.

Jun 21, 2013

Brewer vetoes new payment plan for small district

The superintendent of a three-school district about 50 miles west of Phoenix says teacher layoffs and larger class sizes are likely now that Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed a bill that extended the time it has to pay back overspending by six years.