The federal agency that had been handling the permitting process for the Lake Powell Pipeline announced Thursday it doesn’t have jurisdiction to handle the entire project on its own. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission submitted an order indicating it would only consider permitting for the hydroelectric facilities proposed for the project, and not the remaining… Read More


Members of the Board of Directors for Foothill Municipal Water District — which distributes water imported from Metropolitan Water District to customers of the La Cañada Irrigation District, Valley Water Co. and the Crescenta Valley and Mesa Crest water districts, among others — considered the matter in a regular board meeting. View Original Article Source:… Read More


With El Niño conditions brewing in the eastern Pacific Ocean, meteorologists are leaning toward a warm and wet forecast for Arizona this winter. However, one source of weather predictions is painting a very different picture. The Old Farmer’s Almanac’s weather map for winter 2018-19 has the words “cold, snowy” emblazoned over the southern half of Arizona. View Original… Read More


The Global Rundown Testing shows that 33 additional Detroit public schools have high lead or copper levels in their drinking water. Data reveals that flooding in the Amazon river has increased in frequency and severity over the past 100 years. Villagers in Tamil Nadu, India, protest over water shortages. Diverse forests are stronger during drought,… Read More