Water officials in Santa Clara County unveiled new technology on Monday that could help alleviate California’s drought by providing emergency drinking water.
One of the largest wine-producing regions in the nation is on the verge of declaring a water emergency.
A list of resources for saving water indoors, outdoors, in the bathroom, kitchen, garden, and some Water Wisdom with which to impress (or annoy) your friends.
California’s drought emergency has people looking for all kinds of solutions. A town in the North Bay is getting some help, thanks to beer.
Residents and businesses in Dublin and parts of San Ramon are being asked to voluntarily cut their water use by 20 percent to get through the state’s current drought.
Gov. Jerry Brown and the top Democratic lawmakers are proposing to spend $687 million to help drought-stricken communities throughout California, including $15 million for those with dangerously low drinking water supplies.
The government and water agencies are watching your water use, with mandatory conservation in some areas. But who’s watching them?
Farmers in California’s drought-stricken Central Valley said the financial assistance President Barack Obama delivered on his visit Friday does not get to the heart of California’s long-term water problems.
The California Highway Patrol called the Sonoma County fire and emergency dispatch center around 1:15p.m. to report a body was spotted in the water at Bodega Head, a dispatcher said.
Gov. Jerry Brown visited California’s drought-stricken agricultural heartland on Wednesday and called on Republicans and Democrats in Congress to strike a compromise that will benefit the region and nation.