Police are looking for a vehicle linked to more than a dozen thefts of water meters or back-flow regulators in Santa Clara.
Researchers from the University of California at Davis looked Tuesday at the likely farm costs of the drought in 2015.
Vehicle exhaust contacting dry grass caused the 8,000-acre Wragg fire near Lake Berryessa in Napa County last month, Cal Fire said Friday.
A first of its kind regulatory plan approved by North Coast water quality officials Thursday now requires marijuana growers to register their operations and prove they are practicing environmentally responsible farming methods.
Bay Area residents are turning brown into the new chic by cutting off the lawn sprinklers, but in the process, they may be endangering something much harder to replace than turf: trees.
A 67-year-old man fought off a black bear that attacked him on his porch Thursday as the state sees an uptick in encounters, likely a result of California’s relentless drought that’s sending bears into populated areas to forage for food, officials said.
Federal meteorologists are warning California and other parts of the U.S. could be hit by the strongest El Nino of the past 65 years later this year.
Despite the drought, California’s largest reservoir is actually in better shape than last year. But that additional water hasn’t exactly flooded Lake Shasta with more business.
Northern Californians shouldn’t stop conserving because they keep hearing El Niño is coming to the rescue.
As the drought continues to diminish California’s bodies of water, including San Jose’s iconic Guadalupe River, the City of San Jose announced that it is introducing another incentive to help conserve water.