Newsmaker: Southwest drought & fentanyl dangers, myths

In this episode of John Hook's Newsmaker Saturday, we're hearing from Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute For Public Policy about the role California plays in water rights in the southwest as states are seeing historic drought numbers, including Arizona. Dr. Daniel Brooks from the Banner Poison Control Center is talking about the dangers of fentanyl and the myths surrounding coming into contact with the drug.

Arizona's megadrought: The latest and what can we do to help

The federal government is expected to restrict Arizona's water supply even more in the coming months, heading into the new year. We're taking a look at problems that may be coming down the pike and what various Arizona water districts are doing about it, and what you can do too.