House Approves $558M For California In Wide-Ranging Water BillThe House on Thursday passed a wide-ranging bill to authorize water projects across the country, including $558 million to provide relief to drought-stricken California.
Warming To Triple Downpours In U.S., Study FindsExtreme downpours will happen nearly three times as often in the United States by the end of the century, according to a new study
California Drought Conservation Measures Could Be PermanentCalifornia water agencies have drawn up plans to keep drought conservation measures in place permanently.
Fire Restrictions Eased In Los Padres National Forest After Storms Dump RainEnough rain has fallen in the vast Los Padres National Forest to allow easing of fire restrictions.
California Storms Dump Vital Snow On SierraCalifornia has vital snow in the Sierra Nevada and positive rainfall totals in many areas after a stormy autumn weekend up and down the state.
2016 Set To Be Hottest Year On RecordGlobal temperatures are soaring toward a record high this year, the U.N. weather agency said Monday.
Feds: Drought Ends In Nearly One-Fourth Of CaliforniaA heavy dousing of autumn rain in Northern California has lifted a quarter of the state out of drought, the highest percentage in more than three years.
Study Blames High Temperatures For Low 2015 SnowpackThe western United States set records for low winter snowpack levels in 2015, and a new report blames high temperatures rather than low precipitation levels.
Water Agencies To See If $350M Lawn Removal Experiment Was Worth ItCalifornia 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.
California Sudden Oak Death Reaches Catastrophic LevelsHead into California's Sierra foothills and you might think the colorful views are seasonal. But what may look like attractive fall foliage is actually evidence of an ugly reality.
Major Stretch Of San Joaquin River To Flow Year-Round In Effort To Restore SalmonThe milestone is expected by the end of the month, when a 150-mile stretch of the river begins flowing year-round for the first time in more than 60 years.
Earth’s 16-Month Record Heat Streak Finally EndsFederal meteorologists say Earth's 16-month streak of record high temperatures is finally over.

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