Growing Coalition Pushing For Gov. Brown To End California Drought EmergencyA coalition of state and local leaders is pressing California to lift restrictions on urban water use after the wettest winter for years.
‘Exceptional Drought’ Conditions Completely Gone As Storms Add UpFor the first time in a long time, no part of California is in exceptional drought conditions.
Wet Weather Adding Up: Precipitation Over 300% Of Normal For JanuaryIt has been a month for the record books in terms of wet weather.
Wasted Opportunity? Farmers Frustrated As Water From Recent Rains ReleasedIt’s a powerful picture: All the gates up at the Nimbus Dam, sending stored water gushing downstream.
Officials: More Than 40 Percent Of California Out Of DroughtFederal monitors announced Thursday that 42 percent of California has emerged from a five-year drought after some of the heaviest rain and snow in decades.
California's Wet December Drawing To A Close With More RainCalifornia's wet December is drawing to a close with even more rain.
Folsom Lake Filling Up After Series Of StormsThis weekend's storm has had a huge impact on Folsom Lake, with the lake level shooting up.
Group Of Multimillionaires Sue Town Over Drought RulesA group of multimillionaire residents of the San Francisco Bay Area have filed a lawsuit against their town claiming drought rules and penalties intended to keep people from over-watering their lawns are illegal.
Officials: Drought Kills 102 Million Trees In CaliforniaAuthorities say the California drought has now killed more than 102 million trees.
Weak La Nina Arrives, May Last Through WinterGovernment weather forecasters say La Nina is here.
California Drought Puts Renewed Focus On Dry Grape Growing For WineriesCalifornia’s drought is forcing farmers across the state to squeeze the most out of every last drop of water, but what if it was possible to grow a bountiful crop with no water at all?
Was California's $350M Social Experiment Over Lawns Worth The Cost?California water agencies that spent more than $350 million in the last two years of drought to pay property owners to rip out water-slurping lawns are now trying to answer whether the nation's biggest lawn removal experiment was all worth the cost.