Super Bowl LVII is right around the corner, which means Arizona will see hefty spending and wide exposure because of the massive sporting event featuring the Kansas City Chiefs facing the Philadelphia Eagles.
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Erinanne Saffell, state climatologist, said it is important to note Arizona evaluates short-term and long-term drought, both of which have recently improved.
The greater Flagstaff region in Northern Arizona could potentially see close to two feet of snow in the coming days. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through Tuesday evening.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has closed the door on plans to build two hydroelectric dams in Northern Arizona.
(Arizona News Connection) For many years, Tsegi Canyon on the Navajo Nation struggled: Its dry walls and streambanks were eroding, exposing crumbling red soil to the desert sky. Its springs were drying up; native plants were few and far between on the canyon floor, often replaced by invasive weeds.
This land, beautiful and remote, was tired, said Nicholas Chischilly, a wildlife technician with the Navajo Nation Climate Change Program, which operates under the tribe's Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Arizona is running dry, and one community north of Scottsdale is facing the harsh reality.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has unanimously voted development of the massive SunZia Transmission Wind Project can continue.
Arizona school districts could face the tough challenge of having to cut 18 percent of their current budgets, which amounts to a statewide total of more than $1.3 billion.
In recent years, cities from Seattle to Los Angeles to Madison, Wisconsin, to Austin, Texas, have turned to these affordable and energy-efficient living spaces to shelter people experiencing homelessness.
Voting rights advocates are suing the state of Arizona over new regulations they say make it harder for some people to register and would block thousands of voters from the polls.