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Arizona Cities Could Face Cutbacks in Water From Colorado River, Officials Say

Arizona could be forced to cut water deliveries to its two largest cities unless states that tap the dwindling Colorado River find ways to reduce ...

Page coal plant emissions under fire

A group of environmental advocates is banding together to push Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to formally declare that the air at Grand Canyon ...

Arizona bill would nullify EPA regs

More than three-dozen Arizona state lawmakers have signed onto legislation meant to free the state of all regulations imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Arizona conservatives say the federal government has no authority to impose environmental regulations, but similar arguments elsewhere have foundered.

It's no surprise when conservative state lawmakers invoke the 10th Amendment to rebuke the federal government, and it's all too common that Arizona tangles with ...

Sen. Flake tackles wide range of topics in interview with Kingman Daily Miner

The EPA moving quickly on requirements that will make it difficult, if not impossible, to operate coal-fired plants in the future. On public land issues, ...

Feds mull new plan for plant

Salt River Project officials are hoping that the Environmental Protection Agency approves a plan that will close one of the three units at Navajo Generating ...