By Sun Staff | January 25, 2016
The water level in Lake Mead has dropped to historic lows, forcing the construction of a third straw at the bottom of Las Vegas’ reservoir. Gov. Brian Sandoval’s panel of experts issued a report that recommended more aggressive water-saving plans.
If you follow the headlines, it looks as if water in Las Vegas is in dire straits.
But while the challenges are great, Southern Nevada may be rising to meet them.