Idaho is seeing more hot, dry weather and with it some parts of the state are experiencing drought
Hundreds of California farmers are protesting a plan by state water officials to increase water flow
Tight labor, S.E. Oregon water supply boosting demand
The American Farm Bureau and a coalition of businesses plan to appeal a South Carolina court ruling
A U.S. district court ruling has resurrected a contentious 2015 rule that would give the federal government broad regulatory control over virtually any waters and associated land.
The lagoon at Ross Island has created severe blooms four out of the last five years.
The preferred site for the plant is a 95 acre parcel of land roughly halfway between Gresham and the Bull Run Watershed.
A federal appeals court says the U.S. wildlife officials did not consider all environmental factors when it decided against designating a Montana fish as a threatened or endangered species
U.S. government water managers say a vital reservoir on the Colorado River will be able to meet the demands of Mexico and U.S. Southwest for the next 13 months, but a looming shortage could trigger cutbacks as soon as the end of 2019
The Deschutes Basin Board of Control and nonprofit Coalition for the Deschutes have jointly developed and signed a memorandum that outlines a shared vision for the Upper Deschutes River.
A fifth lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over a mine waste spill the agency inadvertently triggered in 2015, polluting rivers in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah
Some filed for variances, extensions
The Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering water quality standards it approved for Washington state two years ago, taking up a review requested by industry groups that argued in support of rules submitted by the state
Judge overrules Ecology on water-right transfer