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A small earthquake shook near Rio Linda Wednesday morning.
With temperatures reaching above the century mark inside this Bacon Mania food truck the temperature is sweltering between the fryer and grill.
Nothing about California’s water system is easy, but this is one of the most complicated parts where solutions are urgently needed, but answers are hard to come by.
On Tuesday night, firefighters kept a close eye on the recycling plant fire, continuing to pour water onto it more than six hours after it caught fire and exploded in size.
If you think the aqueduct is sending water from Northern California to Southern California, you may be in for a surprise
Before visiting Tulare County, a place where wells have gone dry and some people are living in third-world conditions, we went to a place deep in the Mojave Desert that offers a dire warning of what can happen when the water runs out.
McCloud Community Services District General Manager Wayne Grigsby claims 100 million gallons of water went to waste, and it’s all the State Water Resources Control Board’s fault.
The most ancient of California’s water rights are locked away in a dusty old safe. Some of the documents date back more than a century.
A glance on Google Earth shows it’s a 200-square mile community of just 14,000 people. By land area, it’s the third-largest city in the state. But it’s miles of empty land.
The crack of the bat and the cheer of the crowd were mixed with groans about the heat beating down on the diamond Tuesday for the ASA Nationals Tournament.
The first stop was the largest nursery in Southern California, Altman Plants, but it wasn’t for the plants. It was to see how one of the Los Angeles-area’s biggest water users was able to cut water use in half.