By Elizabeth Zach , staff writer As Colorado, like the rest of the American West, grapples with a crippling drought, . . .
California cities and counties can continue to require builders to include affordable housing in new developments, the state’s Supreme Court ruled earlier this month.
Sonoma County in California is pioneering a publicly-run solar energy project using wastewater treatment ponds, making it the lead producer of this kind in the United States.
Four of the states that get their water from the Colorado River – Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming – should reduce demand as the drought continues, say federal regulators.
A former nonprofit president who stole $4 million in college scholarship money slated for very poor Native American students was sentenced to more than three years in prison on Monday.