California Still Needs 11 Trillion Gallons Of Rain To End Drought As Water Officials Continue Call For Conservation
New numbers show the percentage of the state in the exceptional drought category has dropped from just over 55 percent last week to 32 percent.
The main concern is controlling runoff of sediment or chemicals from vineyards into local waterways.
Two San Francisco supervisors will face each other in a runoff race for one of the city’s state assembly seats this November following Tuesday’s primary election.
Storms reverse reservoir draining trend, with Lake Shasta rising a foot, Folsom Lake rising 14 feet, but how far do they have to go to return to normal?
A Half Moon Bay orchid farm has agreed to pay $139,000 to settle allegations that it spilled hundreds of gallons of diesel fuel into a creek and illegally installed an irrigation pump.
State water officials say recent storms have not made up for this year’s dry winter, leaving California’s snowpack at below average levels.
The state Department of Water Resources conducted its first snow survey of the season Tuesday but found little snow to measure.
Next week, San Francisco voters will elect a new mayor with a system many of them still don’t quite understand.
A new study says urban runoff is dumping heavy loads of mercury, PCBs and other toxic chemicals into San Francisco Bay.