(NEW YORK) -- Officials have identified a set of human remains that surfaced earlier this year in Lake Mead, as the reservoir deals with a historic drought. The remains, found May 7 at Callville Bay, on the Nevada side of the lake, are one of... Read More.
(LAS VEGAS) -- Another set of human remains were found in Lake Mead near Las Vegas, the second time this month that remains have been found in the country's largest reservoir, officials said Wednesday. The remains were discovered at Swim Beach in the Lake Mead... Read More.
(BOULDER CITY, Nev.) -- Human remains were again found in Lake Mead, the country's largest reservoir that continues to shrink amid a decades-long drought, officials announced Sunday. According to the National Park Service, someone made the discovery at the park's Swim Beach in Lake Mead... Read More.
(LAKE MEAD, Nev.) -- For the third time since May, human remains have been discovered in Lake Mead near Las Vegas as the water level in the nation's largest reservoir continues to shrink to historic lows due to a decades-long drought, officials said. The human... Read More.
(LAKE MEAD, Nev.) -- Dramatic before-and-after photos of Lake Mead are providing visual evidence to the alarming rate in which the water levels at the largest reservoir in the country are receding. Satellite images released by NASA show side-by-side comparisons of Lake Mead, one taken... Read More.
(LAS VEGAS) -- As the water level of the nation's largest man-made reservoir keeps receding due to drought, human bodies keep emerging. For the second time in seven days, human remains have been discovered in Lake Mead near Las Vegas. U.S. National Park Service rangers said... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Federal officials have declared a shortage in Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the country that serves tens of millions of residents in the West and northern Mexico, amid a historic decades long "mega-drought" in the region. The Bureau of Reclamation announced... Read More.
(LAKE MEAD, Nev.) -- Lake Mead, the reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, has hit its lowest water levels ever, according to government officials. The water level in the reservoir, which supplies drinking water to millions of people in California, Arizona,... Read More.