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A home with a swimming pool abuts the desert on the edge of the Las Vegas valley July 20, 2022, in Henderson, Nev. The water agency that manages the Colorado River supply for Vegas is seeking authority to limit what comes out of residents' taps.
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The United Nations recognized World Water Day on Wednesday, March 22, 2023 as an annual effort to emphasize the water crisis — a familiar issue to water leaders in the Western U.S.
  • On today's newscast: a controversial midvalley development called “The Fields” withdrew its application, Aspen Hall of Famer Marian Melville died this month at the age of 93, some construction projects will begin in Glenwood Springs in the next few weeks, Wyoming recently became the first state to explicitly ban abortion pills, and more.
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