State Officials Warn Boaters And Swimmers Of Toxic Algal Blooms In California's WaterwaysWith thousands of Californians hitting the state's waterways this Labor Day, officials are warning of algae blooms in the water that are harmful to humans and animals.
North Carolina Woman's Pups Die From Toxic Algae Hours After Playing In PondA doggy play date in a North Carolina pond turned tragic after three pups died from toxic algae. Now, their owners say they hope their loss will educate fellow dog lovers about the dangerous blooms.
Algae Warning Lifted For Parts Of Lake OrovilleAfter warning people for weeks to avoid the water, the Department of Water Resources lifted the caution advisory for the Thermalito Afterbay in Lake Oroville.
Lake Tahoe Researchers Seek Old Photos Of Lake AlgaeWith all their modern scientific equipment and state-of-the-art computer models, researchers trying to better understand the effect of algae growth on Lake Tahoe are searching for new tools to aid in their mission -- old photo albums.
Dungeness Crab Likely Back On Shelves Starting Next Week After Toxic Algae ProblemFresh crabs will start coming into California next month after the ban on commercial crabbing was lifted in Washington and Oregon.
Deadly Toxic Algae Blooming On Sacramento County Waterways During DroughtSigns are up along Sacramento’s waterways warning to stay out of the water, because of the toxic algae thriving in California’s drought and warm temperatures.
'Musty' Taste In Sacramento Water Raises ConcernsSome Sacramento residents are complaining about an earthy, musty taste in the water coming out of their taps. It's noticeable enough that the city says they've received calls from concerned customers.
Dog Owners Urged To Keep Pets Out Of Russian River Over Fears Of Toxic AlgaeAuthorities are urging people to keep their pets out of the Russian River in Northern California this Labor Day weekend after a dog died from toxic algae.
Algae Taking Over San Joaquin County Delta Waterways Could Pose Health RiskIt's green and smelly, and now health officials say it's also toxic. San Joaquin County's algae problem is so bad the health department issued a warning today.