Over 40% Of California Out Of Drought After Storms, Feds SayFederal monitors announced Thursday that 42 percent of California has emerged from a five-year drought after some of the heaviest rain and snow in decades.
Santa Cruz Residents Urged To Conserve After Water Pipeline DamagedSanta Cruz is facing a serious water shortage after the most recent storm damaged a main pipeline.
California Snowpack At 53% Of Normal Ahead Of Winter StormsSurveyors plunged a pole into the Sierra Nevada snowpack on Tuesday and took the first measurement of the season.
Change In Water Source Prompts Complaints About Taste Along PeninsulaA simple water source switch has Peninsula officials fielding complaints from residents about the taste of the water coming from their taps.
Environmentalists Urge Lawmakers To Crack Down On Water-Guzzling FarmsCalifornia's environmentalists urge lawmakers to require water cutbacks for farmers, who use 80 percent of the state's water.
California Drought Conservation Measures Could Be PermanentCalifornia water agencies have drawn up plans to keep drought conservation measures in place permanently.
Funky-Tasting Water Pouring From East Bay MUD Taps As Treatment Plant Shuts DownEast Bay MUD customers are complaining about funny tasting water running through their taps due to a treatment plant upgrade.
Water Service Restored For San Jose Mobile Home Park ResidentsWater has returned today for residents of a mobile home park in East San Jose without service since Monday due to a main break, management officials said.
Southwest Faces Very High Likelihood Of Decades-Long MegadroughtAlready dealing with parched conditions, the U.S. Southwest faces the threat of megadroughts this century as temperatures rise.
Water, Gas Disruptions At San Jose Mobile Home Park Frustrates ResidentsIt’s been a double whammy for residents of an East San Jose mobile home park now living with no water after losing their gas service just two weeks ago.
Warriors Co-Owner Peter Guber Makes Bel-Air's A-List Of Mega Water WastersHollywood A-lister movie producer and Warriors co-owner Peter Guber has made it onto yet another list: The Wet Princes and Princesses of Bel-Air.
Toxic Algae Plaguing 40 California WaterwaysToxic algae has shown up in more than 40 state lakes and waterways from Los Angeles to the northern reaches of California, the highest count in state history.

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