Gov. Jerry Brown has approved a plan injecting $1 billion of water spending into California as it grapples with a historic drought.
Canals are currently dry, but Central Valley farmers will start pumping in water soon. But not everyone will need it, as some annual crops can survive a year without water. Others, including almond orchards and vineyards can’t.
California lawmakers are considering a plan to speed up more than $1 billion in water spending as the drought persists.
Hueso says even though Californians pay a premium for cleaner-burning gasoline, it doesn’t explain why consumers are paying $1 more per gallon than the rest of the country.
Three dozen members of Congress from California, Oregon and Washington are urging full funding of a West Coast earthquake early warning system.
The lack of clear policy in California, advocates say, could allow officials to shield sensitive electronic communications from public scrutiny by using personal email accounts.
The California Water Resources Control Board said Thursday it has permanently disqualified 90 of BP’s underground storage sites from receiving government clean-up funds as a result. The state water board says BP also will pay $7.9 million as part of a settlement for the alleged double-billing.
Fleas can live year-round in California, but pet owners in our area say they’re seeing infestations like never before.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – Federal judicial officials must preserve hundreds of racist and inappropriate emails that prompted Montana’s former chief U.S. district judge to resign, under a Wednesday court order in a case brought by […]
Will California eventually run out of water? Meteorologist Laura Skirde has the answer from the CBS13 Drought Desk.
State water officials are poised to pass some tough water restrictions on Tuesday, including three major regulations likely to hit California residents.
Gov. Jerry Brown has a message for Republican governors planning to visit California to woo business from the state: Welcome.