Questions remain if cyanobacterial blooms are worsening with increasing temperatures or if water managers and recreational users are simply more aware of the problem.
In the latest episode, host Claire Schnatterbeck talks with reporter Dustin Bleizeffer about an aging dam in central Wyoming that engineers say could experience catastrophic failure.
Project proposed drilling eight high-capacity wells in Laramie County; neighbors said it would jeopardize groundwater.
As the first-ever official shortage hits the basin, a top federal official believes the state can responsibly execute its plans to hold even more water behind dams.
Cracks in the 112-year-old concrete LaPrele dam, and signs of deterioration within its anchoring geology, could result in catastrophic failure, officials warn.