On stressed Colorado River, states test how many more diversions watershed can bear

COAL CREEK CANYON, Colo. – The Colorado River is short on water. But you wouldn’t know it by looking at a slate of proposed water projects in the river’s Upper Basin states of Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Denver Water wants to increase the size of one dam by 131 feet and fill the human-made lake with more water from the headwaters of the Colorado River via a tunnel that traverses the Continental Divide.

Trout in Arizona: Hatchery upgrades will improve the state’s sports fishing industry

FLAGSTAFF – Nearly 60% of the state’s trout begin their lives at Sterling Springs Hatchery, which is being upgraded to save water and money.

ASU women’s basketball team turns back clock in NCAA Tournament win over UCF

Arizona State defeats Central Florida in a physical, defensive game to advance to the second round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

Meet some of the Western students behind the U.S. Youth Climate Strike

DENVER – Tens of thousands of students across the U.S. including in Arizona demanded political action on climate change Friday.

Warm temperatures and sunny skies for St. Patrick’s day

PHOENIX – Temperatures continue to increase throughout the weekend and the rest of next week.

James Harden back on old stomping grounds, ready to conquer NBA streak, Suns

SCOTTSDALE – James Harden is back in old stomping crowds, ready to conquer NBA streak, Phoenix Suns.

Citing discrimination, JC football players explain suit against MCCCD

Citing racial bias, junior college football players explain suit against Maricopa County Community College District.

With Senate seat in the balance, GOP lawsuit claims inequality in vote count

PHOENIX – Thousands of Arizona votes were still being counted as Republican Party leaders in Maricopa, Apache, Yuma and Navajo counties filed a lawsuit Wednesday night, claiming unequal enforcement of the state’s Election Day deadline.