New Mexico is expecting more pressure on its Colorado River water as more tribes reach water rights settlements and build out infrastructure.
Environmental advocates cheer overturn of controversial 2020 decision that wrote off the urban waters as too polluted for saving
Recent accidents put 2022 total at 36 water-related deaths, passing a tragic mark from 2020. State officials urge avoiding alcohol, and remind paddleboarders to use life jackets
While Arizona cities reliant on the water have backup supplies to cushion them in the short term, talk of cuts leaves long-term picture more uncertain.
California may be forced to give something up in the coming years as hotter and drier weather causes the river’s main reservoirs to fall to dangerously low levels.
Pressure has intensified on the river as the driest 22-year stretch in the past 1,200 years has gripped the Southwest.
A small fraction of the river reaches Northern Mexico, irrigating its fields and providing for millions of residents. That supply is now more at risk than ever.
This year marks 100 years since seven states signed an agreement to divide the waters of the Colorado River, called the Colorado River Compact.
Environmental groups team with DU law school demanding a new permitting system they say will better protect clean water
GRANBY — Old-timers around here talk about how they used to need to stop after a springtime drive through Byers Canyon to clean all the bugs out of their radiators. So when longtime angler Bud Isaacs noticed the absence of a stonefly hatch on his favorite stretch of the Colorado River below the 445-acre Windy […]