BURLINGTON - Dead fish are piling up in what used to be one of Colorado's most valuable reservoirs. The fish at Bonny Reservoir, near Idalia, are a casualty of a 2003 Supreme Court decision Colorado was forced to honor. The ruling says Colorado owed the state of Kansas billions of gallons of water under a decades-old water-rights deal called the Republican River Compact.
The U.S. Supreme ruled today in favor of several West Memphis, Arkansas, police officers who used deadly force to end a high-speed car chase. The Court's ruling in Plumhoff v. Rickard overturns a previous decision by the U.S. Court ... Read Post
Portland is draining 38 millions of gallons of treated water from a reservoir because a 19-year-old man drained himself into it. Although the man's urine doesn't pose a health risk — animals routinely pee in the reservoirs, after al... Read Post