Now, the next story in our series about raising kids in Arizona. Today the focus is on parents, and the importance of supervision around water. Earlier this week, a family in Glendale lost track of a 1-year-old boy, who then fell into a pond. Rescuers revived the boy, but some first responders say situations like that in Glendale happen all too often, and some medical professionals are trying to change that. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports.
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.
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.