An advocacy group is calling the Colorado River the nation’s most endangered waterway.
Rising demand and falling supply are spurring talk in the arid West of outside-the-box ideas like piping water from the nation’s heartland and towing Arctic icebergs south to help thirsty U.S. cities like Denver, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
Utah authorities say they have recovered the body of a 21-year-old Texas man who fell into the Colorado River several days ago during a trip with University of Texas at El Paso geology students.
The valley’s largest source of drinking water could be affected by a new forecast for the Colorado River.
As far as road projects go, the official launch of the new Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge was relatively low-keyed.
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