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State designates aquifers 'natural infrastructure' to boost funding for water supply, flood control, wildlife habitat
Upper basin states seek added leverage to protect their river shares amid difficult talks with California and the lower basin
Experts warn that climate change has rendered old assumptions outdated about what the Colorado River can provide, leaving painful water cuts as the only way forward.
Chuck Cullom discusses the Upper Basin's five-point plan, water cut-offs and who IS responsible for water losses.
Metropolitan Water District's water recycling proposal builds momentum amid increasingly dry conditions.
Tanya Trujillo brings two decades of experience on Colorado River issues as she takes on the challenges of a river basin stressed by climate change.
Drought and climate change are raising concerns that a century-old compact that divided the river’s waters could force unwelcome cuts in use for the upper watershed.
Despite water shortages along the drought-stressed Colorado River, experimental flows resumed in Mexico to revive trees and provide habitat.
The shrinking desert lake has long been a trouble spot beset by rising salinity and unhealthy dust blowing from its increasingly exposed bed.
Rising temperatures will drive up water demand as a historic drought in the Colorado River Basin imperils Southern Nevada's key water source.