A $1 billion water spending plan for drought-stricken California is heading to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Crews in south Sacramento are dealt with a wet mess after a truck hit a fire hydrant, sending water shooting into the air
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.
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.
A new report shows water conservation slipped during an unusually dry January in California. The State Water Resources Control Board reported Tuesday that urban water use declined 9 percent in January compared to the same month in 2013.
The California Department of Water Resources says it carried out the winter’s third survey of the Sierra Nevada’s snowpack and things looked “pretty grim”.
Sacramento officials want to shave four years off a project to install water meters in every home and business in the city.
Northern California water districts are looking to hike fines for meter cheaters and other people who steal water as the state enters its fourth year of drought.
California residents may have to ask for water at restaurants and for fresh towels and sheets at hotels as the drought drags on.
As the California drought drags on, water officials are considering expanding mandatory outdoor water restrictions on homeowners and adding new limits on restaurants, hotels and decorative fountains.
Folsom Lake has nearly double the water it had at the same time last year, and people are already out enjoying it. But things could quickly change. What could this mean for recreation on the lake this summer?