The bundle of water bills passed this week in Sacramento was designed to attack some of California's long-term worries over water supply. Mostly, the legislation addresses the troubled Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and groundwater issues. But there's another big question mark in the state's water mix: the Colorado River. It's a crucial source of water for Southern Californians and it's in trouble, too. Reporter: Craig Miller
Water levels in Lake Mead are dangerously low and dropping, a condition that may render the Hoover Dam inoperable, threatening California's water and power supplies. See photos
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