A new forecast says the economic impact of California’s drought will grow by $500 million in 2015, to $2.7 billion.
Californians responded to the worst snowpack measurement on record and unprecedented drought restrictions by decreasing their water use 13.5 percent in April.
First-ever statewide mandatory water restrictions in California went into effect Monday, impacting nearly everyone at home with a combination of rate increases, surcharges and penalties.
The backyard swimming pool is becoming the latest victim of the lingering California drought.
The new state-mandated water conservation rules are now in effect as of June 1st, but East Bay Municipal Utilities District is among the agencies in the Bay Area that have already implemented water-saving strategies.
Starting Monday, Californians must cut back on their water usage. It’s part of the new state rules to deal with the drought.
Some Clayton residents are unhappy over the flushing of tap water down the drain by the same agency that tells them to conserve it.
A Northern California city says it’s taking a stand against obesity, by making milk or water the default drink in kids’ meals.
The small town of La Grange sits right between a lake and a reservoir, still it’s about to run out of water. While they dig for a solution, it comes with a hefty price.
Desperate for solutions, Californians have taken a keen interest in how Australia coped with its “Big Dry,” a torturous drought that stretched across the millennium, from the late 1990s through 2012.