Group Of Multimillionaires Sue Town Over Drought RulesA group of multimillionaire residents of the San Francisco Bay Area have filed a lawsuit against their town claiming drought rules and penalties intended to keep people from over-watering their lawns are illegal.
Officials: Drought Kills 102 Million Trees In CaliforniaAuthorities say the California drought has now killed more than 102 million trees.
Weak La Nina Arrives, May Last Through WinterGovernment weather forecasters say La Nina is here.
Was California's $350M Social Experiment Over Lawns Worth The Cost?California water agencies that spent more than $350 million in the last two years of drought to pay property owners to rip out water-slurping lawns are now trying to answer whether the nation's biggest lawn removal experiment was all worth the cost.
Does Wet Start To Season Bode Well For California’s Drought?We are far from out of the woods when it comes to California’s historic drought.
Californians Still Saving Water In Drought, But Not As Much
California Water Conservation Falls To 21.5 Percent In JuneCalifornians conserved less water in June, the first month after statewide mandates were eased and control over drought restrictions returned to local water agencies, officials said Tuesday.
Looking At Legacy, Gov. Brown Aims To Extend Climate-Change EffortsCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has launched a campaign to extend some of the most ambitious climate-change programs in the country and ensure his environmental legacy when he leaves office in two years.
Californians Excel In Final Month Of Statewide Water CutsCalifornians beat a water-savings target in the final month of mandatory statewide water conservation, reducing their use by more than one-fourth.
Feds: Drought Kills 66 Million Trees In California's SierraOfficials say the number of trees in California's Sierra Nevada forests killed by drought and a bark beetle epidemic has dramatically increased since last year.
Research: California Years Away From Making Drought RecoveryResearchers say it could take four years for California to recover from historic drought, even if the next several winters bring above-normal snowfall to the Sierra Nevada.