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LATEST NEWS FROM THE NETWORK
January 02, 2024
Three new and upgraded health facilities recently opened in Arizona to provide Native Americans with better access to health care, including one on the Havasupai Tribe’s lands at the bottom of the Grand Canyon – accessible only by helicopter, mule or on foot.
October 24, 2023
A new federal government report shows Colorado River states are aiming to agree on a plan to cut back on water, but remain divided about how to share the shrinking supply among tens of millions across the Southwest.
October 02, 2023
After more than a decade of negotiations, the Hualapai Tribe settled with the federal government and the state of Arizona to provide water to the tribal residents, and establish a trust fund of $312 million that can be used to develop water infrastructure on the Hualapai Nation.
May 22, 2023
Man shot at 38 times after reportedly calling BP agents for help with people crossing his property.
April 28, 2023
California and Arizona are currently fighting each other over water from the Colorado River, but this isn’t new – it’s actually been going on for over 100 years; at one point, the states literally went to war about it – and the problem comes down to some really bad math from 1922.
April 27, 2023
Arizona border communities face a “humanitarian disaster” in two weeks if the federal government does not step in to help with the crush of migrants expected when Title 42 ends, officials from Pima County, Yuma and Sierra Vista told a Senate panel Wednesday.