As California’s drought lingers on and reservoirs dry up, small planes are trying to coax the water to come down.
Two major Tahoe ski resorts opened Friday thanks to both natural and man-made snow, with a third resort expected to open before Thanksgiving.
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — For the first time in a long time, above-average rainfall is predicted for all of California. On the heels of the wettest day in San Francisco (0.55” as of 7pm) […]
We could see over an inch of rain in parts of the Bay Area over the next five days in what is forecast to be the first sustained run of wet weather this season.
California’s chronic drought is causing hardships on the coast south of San Francisco for property owners who ordinarily get their water from creeks and wells that have gone dry after four years of scant rainfall.
California’s pre-1914 water rights are not regulated. Even in drought years, whoever claimed the water first, gets it.
Long-term weather forecasters seem more doubtful about a wet, El Niño winter bringing drought relief to California.
California farmers produced a record tomato crop this year, even in the face of a withering drought.
As the Bay Area seeks much needed rain during this record drought, the region could see its first major soaker in months sometime next week.
Clayton is a city remains true to its western roots. In this town, water has become as precious as gold, and thieves are resorting to stealing it.