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Las Vegas and Arizona will see the amount of water they can take from Lake Mead fall, after the first water shortage declaration was made on the Colorado River.
A southern Utah city plans to pull additional water from the Colorado River, but the move amid a historic drought has left some concerned.
Emergency water releases from reservoirs upstream of Lake Powell have begun to preserve the nation’s second-largest reservoir’s ability to generate hydroelectric power.
Prolonged drought continues to take its toll on Lake Mead, the reservoir for the Southwest.
Colorado River water managers have plenty to argue about. But there’s one thing on which nearly everyone who relies on the southwestern river can agree.
Water is life. And Nevada is on the front lines of dealing with scarce water resources.