Part of the Navajo Generating Station in northern Arizona will soon be shutting down to comply with EPA standards. While this upset some, the EPA insists climate action is in the hands of the community.
It’s been more than two weeks since Arizona began issuing driver’s licenses to young immigrants in response to a federal appeals court’s preliminary injunction. But the legal case still isn’t over yet.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday issued permits to use drones to monitor crops and photograph properties for sale, marking the first time permission has been granted to companies involved in agriculture and real estate.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is threatening to sue the federal government in an effort to force the development of an updated Mexican Wolf recovery plan. The agency served Interior Department officials with a notice of intent Tuesday.
Over the winter holidays, including Christmas and New Year’s Eve, the Valley faced no-burn days. That raised the ire of a number of residents, who complained about not being able to sit around a crackling fire with their families — especially when nighttime temperatures dropped into the 30s.
The Phoenix area is a desert, but there are some communities that have more prominent greenery and lawns. In a lot of cases, that’s been maintained for decades by irrigation. But what are the complications around irrigation?