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Hawaii officials say water will be returned to Waimea River

WAIMEA, Hawaii (AP) — Hawaii officials announced that water that has been diverted for 100 years will finally be returned to the Waimea River. The Hawaii Commission on Water Resource Management approv... read more

Ducey Urges Arizona Legislators to Pass Drought Contingency Plan

And we have 17 days to do it,” he warned state representatives, senators, and a slew of other former and current elected officials ... will have to return to pumping groundwater for irrigation instead ... read more

California Adopts Landmark River Plan to Bring Back Salmon

State officials say they could include an even broader array ... an attorney representing water districts on the Sacramento River. To actually return water to the rivers, the water board will undertak... read more

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Legislature convenes Monday with water, tax rules, education among critical issues

The more pressing one is to get sufficient votes for a drought contingency plan crafted by various interests to deal with the problem of declining water supplies coming from the Colorado River. read more


Newsom inherits a ‘whole bunch of headaches’ despite last-minute water deals by Brown

Environmental groups — always a powerful voice in California water — say they’ll do what’s necessary to kill ... also has threatened to sue — even as it made peace with California officials on other w... read more

Kauai firefighters respond to three brush fires in Waimea

The first occurred shortly before 11 a.m. and was deemed under control by 1:30 p.m. The blaze broke out along the Nonopahu Ridge, just east of Waimea River ... water tank along Waimea Canyon Drive, pr... read more

“We are left with the dregs”: Heron Pond’s toxic brew spotlights obstacles in Denver’s push to regain green space

And even though low-income north Denver residents say they ... air quality and water quality and access for people. It comes down to your land-use planning.” For the industrial wasteland around Heron ... read more

The Former Clintonite Trying to Build the Country’s Most Controversial Mine

On his left hand, he still wears a silver ring, emblazoned with a black Z, for the Z Society—“a silly college club,” he says, but it’s UVA’s oldest secret society; several top government officials ... ... read more

Communities confront the threat of unregulated chemicals in their drinking water

On that day last July, this town along the banks of the Kalamazoo River ... has returned to Parchment. Bottled water is no longer being handed out at the high school, though the town is still relying ... read more

What's in the Water: Is tap water safe to drink on Long Island?

State and local water officials insist that tap water is safe to drink on Long Island, though many residents still have their doubts. Long Island's drinking water is held in like a sponge in deep laye... read more

Farm to gravel pit application part of a worrisome trend, opponents say

Property owner Newlife Recycling has applied for an amendment to the Thames Centre official ... Opponents say gravel extraction on a property that has operated for decades as a farm will mean increase... read more

Johnston officials, residents still at odds over flooded road

“I can look you in the eye and say I did exactly what could have been done, and more,” Polisena said Monday. The flooding was apparently caused by a crushed or clogged culvert that took the Pocasset R... read more



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