Ethan M. Riley

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Let’s pretend for a second that the drought in Arizona is a person. If it were, he or she would be a 15-year-old sophomore in high school—old enough to have a driver’s permit and work a part-time job. And just like a teenager, the drought is getting older and bolder.


PHOENIX--“Every time the ground shakes in Arizona,” says Mike Conway of the Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS), “we get the question, “Do we have earthquakes in Arizona?


PHOENIX--Everyone has their favorite season.



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