Cal Expo’s boat show wrapped up over the weekend – but with the drought, it’s looking like boating season may be shorter than usual.
Roseville, Carmichael and West Sacramento use just over 300 gallons a day—triple the 98 gallons used in San Francisco.
Secretary John Laird of the California Natural Resources Agency said that the state needs a storm every other day through May to bring California to something resembling a normal year.
Cal Fire inspectors are already canvassing high-fire-risk neighborhoods making sure that people maintain 100 feet of defensible space around their homes.
With California in the grips of drought, farmers throughout the state are using a mysterious and some say foolhardy tool for locating underground water: dowsers, or water witches.
Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman has a new mission: catching illegal marijuana growers for stealing water.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation to provide immediate relief to drought-stricken communities.
Rain from Southern California storm not enough to ease the state’s drought.
Sake is made by the fermentation of rice, but water is a big part of the process. A lack of water at Folsom Lake could mean big problems for Gekkeikah Sake.
It’s a dangerous combination around the Rim Fire burn scars, where property owners are preparing for landslides and protecting their properties.
A $687 million drought relief plan is heading for the governor’s desk, promising plenty of money for public projects, but leaving farmers feeling left out of the relief.
A $687 million drought-relief plan is headed to the governor’s desk after winning overwhelming approval in both houses of the Legislature.