REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 1, 2017: Water fights in California, Nevada

The Agua Caliente tribe says that water from the Colorado River, which is conveyed to the underground basin via the Whitewater River, above, spoils the quality of the aquifer. The U.S. Supreme Court could decide whether they get partial control of the water. /PHOTO: ASHLEY METZGER/DESERT WATER AGENCY

California: A Fight Over Who Controls the Drinking Water

Nevada: Water authority’s pipeline project now in hands of federal judge

New Mexico: These States Couldn’t Dig the Mining Industry More Right Now

Utah: Poll finds 78% want Sen. Orrin Hatch to retire after this term

Denver: DIA prepares for 26-gate expansion blitz by hiring project manager with $45 million contract

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