Bullock says farmers and ranchers are feeling the effects after a winter of below-average rain and snow.
Four Washington and three Oregon members of Congress ask President Trump to start negotiating with C
Washington state’s plan to deal with the water supply problem is six years behind schedule.
The latest U.S. Drought Monitor map shows all of North Dakota being either abnormally dry or in some stage of drought.
The Treasure Valley Water Users Association is involved in many effort5s, including one to obtain state funding to help farmers and ranchers in the area implement best management practices to improve water quality.
The Ogallala aquifer is a source of drinking water serving Hobbs and other cities in southeastern New Mexico.
The U.S. Energy Department's top official at Washington state's severely contaminated Hanford Nuclear Reservation says future accidental nuclear radiation releases are likely because of aging site's infrastructure and inadequate cleanup funding
Crews have been digging, blowing and blasting for months — and the work is not finished.
A bill proposing to raise fees on many Oregon water rights transactions by nearly 16 percent has unanimously cleared the Subcommittee on Natural Resources of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means.
Dennis McLerran hearing
Water managers say river levels are still well above average.
Water will remain plentifuly through summer in Washington streams and reservoirs given the season’s last streamflow forecast by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The damage to California’s permanent crops from last winter’s flooding and heavy storms is still being assessed as growers find out which trees’ roots were waterlogged, preventing them from drawing up water when they need it.
Record snowfall on towering Western peaks this winter is now melting rapidly, contributing to at least 14 river deaths.