Woman Drowns At Shrinking Folsom Lake, Leaving Young Nephew Alone on ShoreStrangers were able to help the little boy to safety
Scientists: Triple-Digit Temperatures Accelerating Evaporation Of Critical Water ResourcesThis heatwave is bad news for an already bad drought in California, say scientists.
Gov. Newsom Asks Californians To Voluntarily Cut Water Use By 15%Gov. Gavin Newsom is asking Californians to voluntarily cut how much water they use by 15% as Western states weather a drought that is rapidly emptying reservoirs relied on for agriculture, drinking water and fish habitat.
Sacramento Issues ‘Water Watch,’ Asks People To Cut Use By 10%The City of Sacramento is urging residents to start cutting back on their water usage at it stares down a shortage.
Lake In Rockville Hills Regional Park Drying UpThe city of Fairfield tells CBS13 the lake is natural and relies solely on rainwater and runoff to fill up.
California Farmers Told Drought Could Cut Off Their WaterThousands of Central California farmers were warned Tuesday that they could face water cutoffs this summer as the state deals with a drought that already has curtailed federal and state irrigation supplies.
Nearly 2 Million NorCal Residents Are Already Under A Water Shortage EmergencySome Northern California residents, from those living by the Bay to those living on lake houseboats, are coming under threat as a severe drought continues to intensify.
Folsom Residents Asked To Conserve Water To Combat Ravages Of Drought On Folsom LakeThe Folsom city council is asking its residents to save water.
As Surface Water Supplies Dry Up, California Rice Growers Worry About Ripple EffectCalifornia's drought is impacting more than how you water your lawn, but also the way your food is grown on hundreds of thousands of acres in the Sacramento Valley.
Giant Sequoia Found Still Smoldering From 2020 California WildfireA giant sequoia has been found smoldering and smoking in a part of Sequoia National Park that burned in one of California's huge wildfires last year, the National Park Service said Wednesday.
California Lawmakers Propose $3.4 Billion Spending Plan To Minimize Drought ImpactDemocrats in the California Senate on Thursday detailed a $3.4 billion proposal designed to gird the state for a new crisis on the heels of a deadly and disruptive pandemic.