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With first Colorado River shortage almost certain, states stare down mandatory cutbacks

Twenty-one years of drier, warmer weather have left Lakes Mead and Powell at historically low levels, and the first official shortage declaration from the Department of the Interior is almost certain later this year.


January 26, 2021, Newscast

One year since the first COVID patient, marijuana sales in the Valley; winter storm warning


Arizona lawmakers split on party lines over challenges to electoral votes

Arizona lawmakers voted mostly along party lines on the 2020 Electoral College votes certifying Democrat Joe Biden as 46th U.S. president.


October 14, 2020, Newscast

Children struggle in the pandemic; Census 2020 ending date; a new poll about Phoenix Police Department


Election 2020 snapshot: Arizona’s data dashboard

Arizona has secured its spot as a battleground state in this fall's election. Cronkite News will provide key election data to keep you up to date on what's happening in the state.





Snowbowl renovation gains speed with Forest Service approval of new ski lift

PHOENIX — Arizona Snowbowl will replace an aging ski chairlift in need of repair with a much faster one, opening next season as part of a multimillion dollar, multiyear expansion, resort officials say.



How Willie Knierim got his groove back, found success with ASU hockey

TEMPE – Willie Knierim initially played at Miami (Ohio) for two seasons, but returned to junior hockey in an effort to find his groove. Now, he’s playing some of his best hockey in Tempe.