California, Arizona and Nevada are back in negotiations about the dwindling Colorado River water supply.
It’s too soon to stop water conservation efforts. News of the drought’s end are greatly exaggerated.
The project could divert 86,000 acre-feet from Lake Powell to the retirement community of St. George.
Borrego Springs, California, was founded on the promise of endless water. Now they must conserve — or else.
Precipitation in recent months chips away at California drought, but the water deficit will be hard to overcome.
A new report shows most states are vulnerable to future increases in extreme heat, drought, and flooding.
In today’s ‘new normal,’ there is simply not enough water to maintain both Lake Powell and Lake Mead.
A pair of architects are reinvisioning the city's relationship with water, starting with storm runoff.
Its defenders won a long fight over water with Los Angeles. Now, drought is raising new questions about its future.
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