Confirming expectations, the Supreme Court on Monday unanimously denied Mississippi’s claim that Tennessee is stealing its groundwater. If Mississippi wants to pursue its groundwater battle with Tennessee, it will have to file a new complaint with the court asking for an equitable apportionment of t
A North Texas-based investment group has paid $240 million for the 31,000-acre Sandow Lakes Ranch site was formerly an industrial site owned by Alcoa.
Mississippi sought at least $615 million in damages in a case that could have ramifications for drinking water supplies shared by other states.
Alcoa Corporation (NYSE: AA) announced today it has completed the sale of land and industrial assets in the state of Texas in a transaction valued at
The Texas Water Development Board approved a request Friday from the Wellborn Special Utility District for $43,455,000 in financial assistance for the planning, land acquisition, design, and construction of a water system expansion project.
A unanimous Supreme Court has rejected a claim that the Memphis, Tennessee, area has been taking water that belongs to Mississippi from an underground aquifer that sits beneath parts of both states.
Water officials from California, Arizona and Nevada are discussing plans to take even less water from the shrinking river and leave it in Lake Mead.
The EDF report, “Advancing Groundwater Sustainability in Texas: A Guide to Existing Authorities and Management Tools for Groundwater Conservation Districts and Communities,” focuses on groundwater conservation districts — local agencies charged with managing and protecting groundwater supplies, especially in more rural areas — and the regulatory tools that are available to these districts to manage groundwater sustainably.
Mississippi laid out an argument before the U.S. Supreme Court last week that could impact water law principles around the globe.
Growth in Central Texas is creating new demands on drinking water as more families and companies move into the region.