In Utah, a pool of toxic waste is emitting dangerous amounts of radon to the surrounding communities, including the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
Drought and demand threaten a critical component of the Western grid as Lake Powell approaches minimum power pool for the first time.
An intergenerational group of Pueblo women lead the way on water policy along the Middle Rio Grande Valley.
Unhoused Angelenos use the urban river as a source of sustenance, but a proposal to revitalize the waterway could push them out.
The combination of groundwater pumping and warmer temperatures is shrinking aquifers and lowering water tables in Arizona.
This year, tribal nations enter negotiations over Colorado River water.
Two new books provide insights into the willful ignorance that lead to the West’s water woes.