Nevada Supreme Court upholds state's power to manage groundwater, balancing development with wildlife conservation in landmark ruling.
The Tohono O’odham Nation, the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Center for Biological Diversity, and Archaeology Southwest sue to stop SunZia clean energy transmission line construction in Arizona's...
From efforts to establish an AMA in the Upper San Pedro River basin to regulating groundwater throughout the state, rural Arizonan water users face increasing scrutiny.
Environmental groups have sued the state of Utah, alleging its failure to protect the Great Salt Lake's declining water levels. They say inaction is posing a threat to ecology and public health.
The Nevada Supreme Court is hearing a complex case over groundwater rights involving a planned development, potentially shaping the state's future water management.
A federal judge rejected a conservation plan by the Department of Defense and US Fish and Wildlife Service involving the effect of groundwater pumping at Fort Huachuca on the San Pedro River.