California Fails To Meet Water Conservation Goal For First Time Since JuneCalifornians missed the state's monthly 25% water conservation target for the first time since enforcement of the cutbacks began in June.
El Niño About To Be Felt In California: Four Things To RememberAfter more than a year of predictions, measurements, and comparisons, the impact of the strongest El Niño on record is about to be felt in California. Before it arrives, there are a few points to remember when it comes.
UN Weather Agency: It's Record Hot Out There This YearBecause of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino, Earth's wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday.
Four Arrested For Triggering 50-Million Gallon Fremont Water SpillFour men have been arrested for allegedly slashing an inflatable dam in Fremont earlier this year, letting 50 million gallons of water rush down Alameda Creek, Fremont police said Tuesday.
Sierra Ski Resort First In California To Use Recycled Wastewater For SnowA Sierra ski resort has come up with a unique way to keep the powder on the slopes.
SoCal Water Agency's Land Purchase Rattles California FarmersMetropolitan Water District of Southern California bought farmland in Palo Verde Valley to get access to Colorado River water.
Latest List Of East Bay's Biggest Water Wasters Released By EBMUDThe East Bay Municipal Utility District released a set of names Thursday of excessive water users in the utility district’s service area.
'Holy Lightning!' 8 Priceless Reactions To Bay Area Stormy WeatherBraving the rain on the way to work and school on a Monday morning isn't everyone's favorite activity -- unless you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, where coupled with lightning and thunder, it's an unusual joy.
Homeowner Says Leaky Pipe Landed Him On East Bay MUD Water Waster ListA homeowner who landed near the top of the East Bay Municipal Utility District’s water waster list said a leaky pipe was to blame. He also questions the water district's shame campaign.
Former Safeway President Among East Bay's Biggest Water UsersThe East Bay Municipal Utility District released Thursday nearly 1,100 names of customers who in a two-month billing cycle used more than 1,000 gallons of water per day and were penalized for it.
Monarch Butterflies Appear To Be Thriving Despite California DroughtLawns may be going brown across California during this drought, but some beautiful butterflies have caught a lucky break.
California Lawmakers Visit Australia For Drought LessonsCalifornia lawmakers are joining environmental, labor and business leaders on a trip to see how Australia managed its longest and most severe drought on record.