Colorado could need 750,000 acre-feet of new water supplies by 2050 for its growing population, but how to store that water isn’t clear.
Colorado officials are preparing for a future with less water by developing rules for users to measure how much they're taking from streams.
The Ute Indian Tribe is suing to get back its water and asserting that the misappropriation is one of a decades-long string of racially motivated schemes to deprive it of its rights and property.
Glen Canyon Dam, climate change and invasive plant species are threatening the Colorado River.
Megafires triggered by drought and climate change have ravaged major Colorado water systems, and recent snowmelt will only make things worse.
Problems with a Grand County, Colorado dam are turning out to be worse than previously thought, and may be tough to plan for moving forward.
A cyberattack in Florida has shown that outdated water control technologies have become more exposed to hacking.
Drought, growth, climate change, budget cuts, wildfires and competing demands for water are among the challenges facing the Colorado Water Plan.
As California’s new requirements for forever chemicals kick in, small providers in remote towns struggle to clean up their water.
Journalist Geoff McGhee talks to Water Desk Director Mitch Tobin about how still images and video footage captured by planes and drone help explain water issues.