The Colorado River is the lifeblood of the American West.
But its flow is inconstant and undependable — especially as climate change propels us into a dry abyss. Now the river's use needs to be rethought.
This week, we discuss environment reporter MacKenzie Elmer's story on the new way of (Colorado River) water — and a how one group agreed to give up some of its water rights: Imperial Valley farmers.
Plus: The San Diego District Attorney decided not to file criminal charges in the high-profile rape case involving SDSU football players. And there are more homeless people Downtown than ever recorded.
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