A bill that would make a state committee on water and agriculture permanent unanimously passed Wednesday in the Colorado Senate.
As six states wait for California to join its Colorado River Basin water use agreement, Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema called on the state to be willing to seal the deal.
The California State Water Board now says it will take another two years to finalize the San Francisco-San Joaquin Delta water management plan, and it is proceeding with voluntary agreements with water agencies in the meantime.
After federal legislation reduced red tape, military families who were exposed in past decades to drinking water laced with industrial solvents, benzene and other toxic chemicals at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina continue to file claims.
California has seen so much rain over the past few weeks that farm fields are inundated and normally dry creeks and drainage ditches have become torrents of water racing toward the ocean. Yet, most of the state remains in severe drought.
The Board of Directors of the Republican River Water Conservation District (RRWCD) will hold a special board meeting in the conference room at the Hilton Garden Inn, in Thornton, CO on Thursday, January 5, 2023, and on Friday, January 6, 2023.
In the midst of droughts during the state's driest year on record, homeowners struggle to maintain the ideal image of the impeccably-manicured, emerald-green front yard.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has closed the door on plans to build two hydroelectric dams in Northern Arizona.
The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to stop oil and other toxic chemical discharges into the Columbia River in Washington and Oregon.
The year 2022 will be remembered across the U.S. for its devastating flooding and storms - and also for its extreme heat waves and droughts, including one so severe it briefly shut down traffic on the Mississippi River.