Western cities are using new tactics to address shrinking water supplies due to drought and population growth.
New legislation could help water-strapped regions of the state meet their obligations to deliver water to Kansas, New Mexico and Texas.
As wells run dry due to development, population growth and climate change, old groundwater is becoming increasingly important.
The Gila River Indian Community is ensuring that members can use their own resources while helping solve water supply problems in the region.
Scientists are exploring how droughts can lead to chronically dry soil that sucks up more water than normal in the American West.
Wells that irrigate agriculture and supply drinking water to more than 100 million Americans are at risk from over-pumping.
Agencies in two counties are pursuing different approaches to address overdraft and meet requirements of California’s groundwater law.
These chemicals are everywhere. They last forever. They’re expensive to get rid of. And many Californians don’t even know they’re drinking them.
As California’s new requirements for forever chemicals kick in, small providers in remote towns struggle to clean up their water.
Where groundwater gives way to warm springs, a fight continues over building a new desert town outside Las Vegas.
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