Tiny Pests Causing Billion Dollar Problems For America's ForestsTiny pests could spell big trouble for America’s forests.
California Drought Conservation Measures Could Be PermanentCalifornia water agencies have drawn up plans to keep drought conservation measures in place permanently.
California Drought Kills Off More Than 100 Million TreesThe California drought has killed more than 102 million trees in a die-off of forests that increases the risk of catastrophic wildfires and other threats to humans.
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.
October Storms Gets Rainy Season Off To Fast StartMother Nature smiled upon drought-parched Northern California with a series of late October storms that dumped several inches of much needed rain across the region.
California Begins 6th Straight Dry YearCalifornia’s 2016 water year ended Friday, marking a fifth consecutive dry year with low snowfall, officials from the Department of Water Resources said.
Central Valley Farmers Drill More, Deeper Wells As Drought Limits LoomSan Joaquin Valley farmers drilled 2,500 wells last year, 5 times the annual average for the previous 30 years.
Regulators Propose Cutting Delta Water Flow To Farms To Protect FishThe proposal calls for leaving 40 percent of normal flow in the San Joaquin river system to help native fish survive spawning.
California Water Use Creeps Up After Conservation Orders LiftedCalifornians' water use kept creeping back up in July after the lifting of mandatory statewide conservation orders for the drought.
At Least 96 Homes Destroyed In Socal WildfireLisa Gregory has kept a close eye on the weather since fleeing her home. She doesn't know when she can return or whether her house was still standing.
Mountain View's Downtown Cherry Trees On The Chopping BlockThe trees on the median in front of city hall have been around since 1990.
700 Trillion Gallons Of Water Found Deep Below California's Central ValleyStanford researchers have released a surprising new study revealing that California is sitting on top of a vast water resource that we didn’t know was there, and it could hold as much as 7,000 trillion gallons.