LA City Councilman Pushes For Penalities For Bel-Air 'Mega' Water UsersDepartment of Water and Power officials said on Wednesday that they will look into ways to curb excessive water use after a city councilman called for stronger enforcement measures against high water users such as a Bel-Air homeowner who in a recent year used about 12 million gallons of water.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill To Ban Brown Lawn Fines In SoCalCalifornia is now in it's fourth year of ongoing drought conditions.
Agencies Get Up To Speed On Latest Firefighting AircraftWith more frequent red flag alerts combined with Southern California's extreme drought conditions, state and federal agencies are getting up to speed on the latest firefighting aircraft.
Residents Take Drastic Measures To Conserve Water Amid State’s Ongoing DroughtFrom drought-resistant landscaping to hiring scuba divers to repair pools, Southern Californians are going to great lengths to conserve water amid the state's ongoing drought.
Santa Barbara Looks To Sea For Water In DroughtWith California in a drought, the coastal city of Santa Barbara is thinking about firing up a desalination plant that has been in storage for more than two decades.
Farmers To Get More Water As Officials Ease Drought-Related CutbacksDrought-stricken California farmers and cities are set to get more water as state and federal officials ease water cutbacks due to recent rain and snow, officials announced on Friday.
Calif. To Hire Several Hundred FirefightersCalifornia is set to hire several hundred seasonal firefighters to respond to the increase in wildfires across the state.