California's Central Valley Sinking Faster Than Ever Before As Farmers Drill For Water During DroughtCalifornia’s Central Valley is sinking at a rate never before seen during the state’s historic drought, and farmers are shouldering some of the blame for the damage that sinking is causing.
New North Bay High School Pool Comes With No Water; Former Student To The RescueA North Bay high school is close to putting the finishing touches on a multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art swimming pool, with one exception – there is no water available to fill it because of the drought. But now, a former student is stepping up to provide a solution.
Santa Clara Stowaway Teen Was In Plane's Wheel Well Hours Before Flight To HawaiiA law enforcement official says surveillance video from San Jose International Airport shows the boy who survived a flight to Hawaii in a plane’s wheel well was on the airfield seven hours before the jet departed.
Stowaway Teen From San Jose Mineta Airport Resting In Hawaii Hospital After Wheel Well FlightA teenager who stowed away in the wheel well of an airplane for a five-hour flight from California to Hawaii is resting at a Honolulu hospital.
'Speed Freak Killer' Tips Bounty Hunter To 3rd Burial SiteA convicted California serial killer whose maps have led authorities to hundreds of human bone fragments has apparently revealed the location of a third well where he says a victim can be found.
More Than 1,000 Bones Found In 'Speed Freak Killings' Evidence DigCrews were again using a large backhoe to search a rural well where a convicted killer said he and a friend dumped several bodies during a murder spree known as the Speed Freak Killings.
Rain Delays Search For Bodies In 'Speed Freak Killers' CaseThe effort is focused in an area where a convicted serial killer said there might be 10 or more victims from a methamphetamine-fueled killing spree he and a childhood friend were part of in the 1980s and 1990s.
Ironically, Wet Year May Push Up South Bay Water RatesThe abundance of ground water after the heavy rainfall in 2010 and 2011, and the success of conservation efforts, has ironically led the Santa Clara Valley Water District to try and raise rates to make up for lower demand.