Water Use Climbs In California Enclaves As Drought ReturnsWith water use climbing in Southern California and the state appearing to plunge back into drought, state and regional water managers may consider permanently reinstating some watering bans
Drought Returns To SoCal: LA, Ventura, Santa Barbara Counties Face 'Severe' ConditionsThe drought is back in Southern California - even as many are feeling like it never left.
California's Native Salmon Struggling In Fifth Year Of DroughtThe sleek, flapping salmon that fishermen hauled aboard the rolling Salty Lady charter boat near the Golden Gate Bridge were the survivors of the survivors.
Californians Beat Drought-Time Conservation Target For AprilThe average Californian used 77 gallons of water a day in April, down 26.1 percent from 104 gallons in April 2013, the state Water Resources Control Board said.
California Eases Water Cutbacks As Drought LoosensCalifornia further eased some water cutbacks Thursday as a rainy March lessens the state's five-year drought.
Recent Storms Put California Drought Emergency In QuestionRecent storms that nearly filled Northern California's major reservoirs and created a deep snowpack in the Sierra Nevada have some water districts questioning whether a drought emergency still exists.
NASA Scientist On El Nino: 'You'll Essentially Be Riding Your Kayak In Front Of Your Home'NASA scientist Bill Patzert is aware many Southern California residents are waiting to see the well-hyped El Niño produce some rain.
Evidence Mounts For El Nino That Could Ease California's DroughtEvidence is mounting that the El Nino ocean-warming phenomenon in the Pacific will spawn a rainy winter in California.
Some Yorba Linda Residents To See Water Service Fee Increases Despite ConservationSome residents in Yorba Linda should expect their water service fees to increase starting Oct. 1 despite conservation efforts.
Fountain Valley Offers Model For Places Without Enough WaterOrange County's natural water supplies come from just three sources: limited rain, a single unreliable river and aquifers.
More Cash For Less Grass? Riverside Considers New Rebate ProgramThe Riverside City Council is expected to vote this week on a plan to provide new rebates to homeowners who remove water-guzzling lawns.
Corona Del Mar Woman Captures 100 Gallons Of Rainwater Using Rocks, Plastic BagA Corona del Mar woman has come up with an inexpensive, makeshift way to save rainwater.

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