Parts of California could receive above-average rain and snow this winter but not enough to end the ongoing drought, federal forecasters said Thursday.
Environmentalists are taking a stand against Nestle’s Sacramento water-bottling plant, saying it’s time for the plant to close to protect the local groundwater supply.
State officials on Tuesday reported the largest monthly decline in water use this year as the severity of California’s drought hits home, with community wells running dry, farm fields turning to dust and once massive reservoirs becoming vast mudflats.
Officials with the U.S. Forest Service say there are too many trees in the Sierra, creating a major fire hazard and sucking up much-needed water
California’s young fish are getting a little relief from the state’s heat: giant water coolers.
California officials are urging residents and businesses to conserve water as the state ends one of the driest-ever “water years.”
A Rocklin intersection was flooded by as much as 120,000 gallons of water after a nearby hydrant was sheared off by a semi truck.
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Throughout California’s desperately dry Central Valley, those with water to spare are cashing in.
Capping a rare instance of congressional compromise, President Barack Obama signed a $12.3 billion water projects bill Tuesday, financing improvements ranging from a harbor expansion in Boston to flood control in Iowa and North Dakota.
The House passed the closest thing so far this year to an infrastructure bill — a $12 billion-plus bipartisan measure authorizing 34 water projects, ranging from flood protection in California and North Dakota to deepening the Port of Savannah and widening a Texas-Louisiana waterway that services the oil industry.