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Nearly Half Of Sacramento Homes Have No Water Meters

Dan Sherry is a city engineer in charge of changing that. He says Sacramento has about 62,000 unmetered homes—about 45 percent—more than any city in the state, but not anymore.


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Proposed Manteca Water Park Questioned Days After Stiff Water Restrictions Put In Place

The Great Wolf Resort Indoor Water Park could be good for tourism, but many wonder if it’s a good idea during the drought.


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Strong Hailstorm Damages California Crops Already Ailing From Drought

“I knew there was going to be hail, but I never witnessed hail like that,” said Dino Mencarini. “It came down pretty hard. It came down pretty hard. Our parking lot was just white.”


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Panel Warns 4 Years May Not Be The End For California’s Drought

Felicia Marcus with the State Water Resources Control Board says Californians should brace for a possible Australian-type of drought. That country was hammered with dry conditions for 10 long years.



Sacramento Utility Warns Water Wasters Could Be Cut Off If They Don’t Cut Back

American Water serves more than 180,000 people and businesses in Sacramento and Placer counties. But as the drought drags on, and if customers begin to waste water, the utility company says it may be forced to take drastic measures.