It’s not just drought impacting the snowpack, researchers say. Higher Western temperatures are sucking vital water from the seven-state basin.
Members from around Colorado met to discuss how the task force can fulfill its job: providing a unified recommendation for state legislators by December.
Q&A with a NOAA meteorologist connects rising carbon to Southwestern heat domes, Canadian wildfires, Phoenix furnace and more
From shorter showers to new faucets, Colorado experts break down the role of at-home water use in the Colorado River’s limited supply.
Despite the good news, last month still set a global record for the warmest June in 174 years of data collection
Over the past 22 years, the state has only seen short breaks from drought often followed by longer, more severe drought conditions.
After roughly 100 people were injured at the outdoor venue, Coloradans have been quick to blame either the venue or the patrons. Who’s right?
Pictures document “Big Blue” in 2021 and again in 2023
Tribal, state and federal officials converged on Boulder to discuss key concerns and make wish lists to address the river basin’s uncertain water future.
Two candidates for Parker water board received large campaign contributions from group wanting to build a $400 million pipeline to siphon water from southern Colorado