Late-Winter Storms Slow California's Dive Back Into DroughtA stormy close to California's rainy season has slowed the state's plunge back into drought, bringing the vital Sierra Nevada snowpack to just over half of average, water officials said Monday.
Antioch Gets $10 Million Grant To Construct New Water Desalination PlantCalifornia could be on its way to a having new water desalination plant in the city of Antioch.
Southern California Water Use Soars Amid New Drought Fears Overall water use is climbing in Southern California as that part of the state plunges back into drought, forcing state and regional water managers to consider reinstating some bans and conservation programs.
Water Main Break Prompts Closure Of San Mateo SchoolA school in San Mateo is closed and major delays are reported on El Camino Real due to flooding from a water main break Thursday morning.
Water Contaminated With Benzene In Santa Rosa Area Ravaged By WildfirePeople in parts of the Fountaingrove neighborhood, where half the homes burned down in the Tubbs Fire, urged not to consume or use their tap water.
Agricultural Demand For Water Has California’s Central Valley Sinking FastInch by inch, a critical, gravity-fed canal system is collapsing in California's Central Valley.
Agricultural Demand For Water Has California’s Central Valley Sinking FastInch by inch, a critical, gravity-fed canal system is collapsing in California's Central Valley.
Record Dry Raises Fears Of Drought's Return To CaliforniaWater managers say it's too early for fears that California is sliding back into drought as abruptly as the state fell out of it.
Trump Administration Wants More Water For Farmers, But At What Cost?Trump administration to look at increasing water deliveries to farmers from California's environmentally sensitive Central Valley Project.
EBMUD Testing Water At Oakland Unified Schools For LeadEast Bay Municipal Utility District officials on Thursday will begin lead testing of tap water at all schools within the Oakland Unified School District.
Farmers Deal Gov. Brown's Delta Tunnels Project A Major BlowFarmers in the nation's largest irrigation district on Tuesday voted against participating in Gov. Jerry Brown's $16 billion plans to build two giant tunnels to re-engineer California's north-south water delivery system.
Millions Of Californians Would Be On Hook For Delta Water TunnelsWater districts and households across California could be compelled to help pay for Gov. Jerry Brown's plans to build two giant tunnels to ferry water to cities and farms mainly in central and Southern California.

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