Today we begin an occasional series about raising kids in Arizona. We’ll look at some of the benefits and troubles associated with raising children in the state. In the coming months we’ll address issues like safety, education, culture, and this morning we look at a health issue. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports that kids in the Valley sometimes have a hard time finding clean air.Continue reading “Raising Kids: Clean Breathing”
It sounds like a river… and looks like a makeshift tributary. But this water is flowing from a canal feeding one of Arizona’s underground water banks, on Salt River Pima Indian Land, just north of Mesa. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports on why regulators are hoping these water banks stay open for business.Continue reading “Underground Water Banks”
After years of sitting dormant and dry, a large desalination plant in Yuma is finally operational today (March 1) for a 90-day test. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports.
The decades-old debate on whether or not to tear-down dams is gaining some scientific attention in Arizona. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports.Continue reading “A Shift in Flow”