Tribal breakthrough? Four states, six tribes announce first formal talks on Colorado River negotiating...
Four states have embarked on formal meetings to negotiate jointly with some of the largest owners of Colorado River water rights: tribal communities.
Feds: Colorado River’s Flaming Gorge Reservoir able only to deliver two more emergency water...
As drought and climate change sap the Colorado River, even the water in the Upper Basin’s high-elevation reservoirs isn’t enough to protect the larger system.
Vague and voluntary proposals may do little to help Colorado River
Seven municipal water providers in the West create a five-point plan to conserve water, but some say it's not enough.
Water confab: Colorado politicos call for more water storage, smart growth
Politicians and water officials gathered to discuss Colorado's water issues and creating more reservoir storage.
Farmers can save water with wireless technologies, but there are challenges – like transmitting...
New technology can reduce water demand for irrigation by anywhere from 20% to 72% without hampering daily operations.
West Slope water managers ask: What authority do the feds have?
Some Colorado water managers are asking what authority the federal government has in the upper basin and which water projects could be at risk.
The westward spread of zebra and quagga mussels shows how tiny invaders can cause...
Fingernail-sized mollusks are spreading through U.S. rivers, lakes and bays, clogging water supply pipes and altering food webs.
Emergency Colorado River rescue plan likely to include more Flaming Gorge releases, payments to...
Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming may face requests for voluntary cutbacks in their use of Colorado River water next year.
Climate Change is making flooding worse: 3 reasons the world is seeing more record-breaking...
Climate change and warming temperatures are exacerbating heavy rainfall and flooding events.
Recent drop in Lake Powell’s storage shows how much space sediment is taking up
A new study shows that sedimentation from the Colorado River means that Lake Powell's storage capacity is lower than previously believed.