Some Colorado residents have been experiencing drinking water contamination for years. When the water will be safe to drink is unknown.
Colorado joins three other states in approving a new rule that clears the way for drinking treated wastewater.
State officials are hoping dire climate predictions and water shortages will convince Coloradans to get involved in planning how to share a dwindling resource.
In Utah, a pool of toxic waste is emitting dangerous amounts of radon to the surrounding communities, including the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
Douglas County Commissioners will travel to Colorado’s San Luis Valley to hear public opinions on exporting farm water to the Front Range.
A majority of survey respondents said they support the project but don’t want to pay for it and would conserve more water in order to avoid it.
A federal agency aims to offset rising costs linked to Lake Powell’s inability to produce as much hydropower due to drought.
Residents of Colorado's Pitkin County are reviving efforts to secure a Wild & Scenic designation on the Crystal River, but it won't be easy.
Water insecurity is an underrecognized but growing problem in the U.S. Tap water distrust is part of the problem.
Water enjoys support that crosses political parties. Will it be a source of bipartisan collaboration in a time of divided politics?
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