As climate change and overuse shrink Lake Powell, the emergent landscape is coming back...
Lake Powell’s decline offers an opportunity to recover the landscape at Glen Canyon, but it also presents serious challenges.
State officials draft bill on stream restoration
Colorado officials have drafted a bill aimed at addressing a tension between stream restoration projects and water rights holders.
High stakes standoff
A high stakes standoff is playing out over how to save the Colorado River. And with the biggest man-made reservoir in America — Lake Mead — running dry, time...
Two pumped water storage projects move forward in Colorado
Two proposed pumped water storage projects that could expand Colorado’s ability to store renewable energy are moving forward.
Water trouble in Rio Verde Foothills
An Arizona community may be ground zero for climate change in America. The Colorado River basin is in crisis — its reservoirs are running dry. Brad Hicks shows you...
Hard water: In these metro neighborhoods, few drink the tap water. Can trust in...
Some Colorado residents have been experiencing drinking water contamination for years. When the water will be safe to drink is unknown.
Atmospheric rivers over California’s wildfire burn scars raise fears of deadly mudslides – this...
One natural disaster often leads to another and in California these consecutive events are leading to human disasters.
Colorado water users, environmentalists brace for changes as EPA, Supreme Court weigh wetland rules
The Supreme Court is reevaluating the Clean Water Act's standards for wetland protection, which could affect the health of Colorado waterways.
Recreation groups ask for more inclusion in state Water Plan
Colorado’s river recreation community is asking for more recognition in the update to the state’s Water Plan.
Colorado OKs drinking treated wastewater; now to convince the public it’s a good idea
Colorado joins three other states in approving a new rule that clears the way for drinking treated wastewater.