Chicago Water District, greens end phosphorus dispute
Chicago's Metropolitan Water Reclamation District and environmental groups have agreed to jointly monitor phosphorus discharge into the Chicago Area Waterway System, resolving a yearslong fight over the city's nutrient discharges.
Will Mo. flood project survive Obama's parting shot?
The Army Corps of Engineers' decision to opt out of a contentious Mississippi River flood project on the eve of President Obama's last day in the White House may not last long in the new Trump administration.
Ariz. cities could face severe cuts without deal — report
Central Arizona cities and their suburbs will be hit hardest if Lake Mead water levels continue to fall, according to a new report from Western Resource Advocates.
Clean Water Act guru, WOTUS defender retiring
As President Trump rolls down Pennsylvania Avenue today toward the White House, the government's foremost expert and defender of the Clean Water Act is heading for the exit.
Exiting Obama hamstrings hot-button flood project
The Army Corps of Engineers won't proceed with a contentious Mississippi River flood-control project unless it can mitigate its potential environmental damage under an interagency agreement released late yesterday by the outgoing Obama administration.