California To Pay $12M For Roads Damaged In Oroville Dam CrisisCalifornia's water resources agency has agreed to pay a Northern California county $12 million to repair roads after a crisis at the country's tallest dam forced nearly 200,000 people to evacuate in 2017.
Report Details Extent Of Water Contamination In CaliforniaChemicals used for carpets and anti-stain products have been found in water sources for 7.5 million people in California.
San Francisco Soda Tax Money Used For More Drinking Water Stations At Schools, ParksMore stations for providing tap water will be installed throughout San Francisco parks and schools in an effort to deter children from drinking soda and other sugary drinks.
Plastic Water Bottle Ban Begins At San Francisco International AirportSales of single-use plastic bottles are coming to an end at San Francisco International Airport, as SFO looks for ways to help protect the environment.
San Francisco International Airport Bans Single-Use Plastic Water BottlesSan Francisco International Airport is banning the sale of single-use plastic water bottles.
Harris Proposes Bill To Invest In Safe Drinking WaterSen. Kamala Harris is introducing legislation designed to ensure all Americans, particularly those in at-risk communities, have access to safe, affordable drinking water.
Snowmelt Pushes Lake Tahoe Water Level To Near Legal LimitLake Tahoe is the fullest it's been in nearly two decades.
Drainage System Failure Floods San Francisco's Embarcadero Station, Disrupting Commute The drainage system at San Francisco's Embarcadero Station failed during a Muni test of their fire suppression equipment early Thursday, sending water cascading onto the Muni and BART platforms, disrupting service during the morning rush hour.
Pleasanton Tech Company Aims To Cool Floating Data Centers With Bay WaterA Pleasanton company has an unusual idea to cool data storage machines that they say uses a fraction of the energy and cuts greenhouse gasses.
New Sonoma County Well Water Rules Will Force Rural Residents To Pay Up For UsageProperty owners in rural Sonoma County area will have to pay for the water they take from underground wells under a mandate from the state.
Sonoma State Issues Advisory Not To Use Campus Tap Water Unless BoiledStudents and faculty at Sonoma State University have been advised to drink and cook with bottled water or boiled tap water after a drop in pressure occurred in the university’s well water pumping system.