The ongoing drought in the U.S.-Mexico border region is showing no sign of letting up and may continue for years.
The Hoover Dam was built to control the powerful Colorado River, which for many years flooded farms and cities.
There's an old saying in Arizona: Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting. And Arizonans have been doing that in the courts now for decades, trying to figure out who is entitled to the water that runs through the rivers and streams.
The state Supreme Court today rebuffed efforts by the state to lay claim to water rights tied to its 9 million acres of trust land.