Environmentalists, ranchers, tribes and religious leaders are banding together to make their latest pitch in state court in Ely to scuttle a 263-mile pipeline plan to carry billions of gallons of water to Las Vegas from rural counties along the Nevada-Utah line.
According to the findings of a new study, earthquakes could have the power to turn water into gold.
Kingman officials had to flush the northwestern Arizona city’s water system due to residents complaining about horribly tasting and smelly water coming from taps.
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.
Could tiny snails found in isolated, high desert springs along the Nevada-Utah line scuttle plans to pump billions of gallons of water to Las Vegas?
A group opposing a $15-billion pipeline says there are alternatives to bringing groundwater from rural Nevada to Las Vegas.
Your water bill is going up, but it’s still unclear by how much.
Henderson police have installed bright yellow prescription pill drop-off boxes at five departmental locations to give people a no-questions-asked way to dispose of drugs.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority’s plans to pump water from remote valleys along the Nevada-Utah line to quench Las Vegas’ thirst drew strong opposition at a recent hearing.
The head of the Southern Nevada Water Authority says without groundwater from rural counties, Las Vegas could face future water shortages.