TECHNICAL NOTE: Our broadcast signal in the Globe area on 106.9 FM is drastically reduced at this time because of antenna damage due to snow and ice. We are working on a repair as weather conditions allow. Thanks for your patience.
Meeting Arizona’s water demand includes drawing from massive stores of water in underground aquifers. But some experts say groundwater is overtaxed and shouldn’t be seen as a long-term solution for a region where the water supply is expected to shrink in the decades to come.
The role of air pollutants in cardiovascular and respiratory illnesses and deaths, including COVID-19, is well known. But a new study suggests climate change and rampant wildfires may be redoubling those effects in the western U.S.
Representatives from environmental groups, faith-based organizations, science and government on Wednesday gathered at the Arizona state Capitol Rose Garden to present their priorities for the governor and Legislature.
Cars are seemingly constantly adding new technologies to make them “smarter," like adaptive cruise control and lane-adjust sensors. These technologies have not yet made it to bicycles, but a team at Northern Arizona University is trying to change that.
Lots of cities across the Valley offer tree recycling services, but Julia Georgallis says you can re-use parts of your tree without leaving your house. In fact, she says, they can be a part of your next meal or happy hour.
Earlier this month, a number of state and federal water agencies, including the Arizona Department of Water Resources and Central Arizona Project, agreed to a plan to add half a million acre-feet of water to Lake Mead in each of the next two years. → More Arizona water coverage
The Arizona Diamondbacks ripped out the grass at Chase Field ahead of the 2019 season, replacing it with synthetic grass. It was a business decision, but it also ended up being a water-conservation measure.
With the holidays just about here, and a slight nip in the air, many Arizonans start to think about lighting up their fireplaces or fire pits. But the state’s environmental regulators would rather you not, especially around Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Electric and hydrogen-powered truck startup Nikola has agreed to a $125 million settlement over charges that it defrauded investors after misleading them about its products, technical advances, and financial prospects.