Lake Powell and Lake Mead's water levels have dropped below 30% capacity, triggering fears of additional water cuts for the Lower Basin states.
Faced with ongoing drought, some Arizona cities are asking their citizens to voluntarily conserve water. Unlike Southern California, there are no mandatory cutbacks.
Southern California water users who refuse to conserve and use more than their share aren't just facing fines -- they face the possibility of having water flow restrictive devices installed. The...
After its creation about a year ago, the administration’s Drought Resilience Interagency Working Group has released its first summary of federal actions taken to date. $13 billion in water-related...
Having experienced drought and one of the worst fire seasons on record, New Mexico will face effects on its ecosystems for the next several years.
Faced with drought and climate change, millions of southern Californians must restrict their water uses.