DWP Audit Finds 'Cash In Your Lawn' Rebate Program 'Largely A Gimmick'A new report from the City Controller's office has found that one of the Los Angeles' most visible water conservation campaigns may not have had the impact officials had hoped for.
David Goldstein Investigates: Roofers Scamming Thousands Out Of Customers Preparing For El NiñoAs CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein and his team discovered many residents are at risk of becoming victims of the very roofers they contract in preparations of El Nino.
CBS2 Investigates L.A. Mayor's Campaign Donations Tied To Landscaping CompanyTens of thousands of dollars in campaign funds to L.A.'s mayor is tied to a landscaping company that made millions in rebate money.
Drought-Busting Solution Arrives In Los Angeles, But At A CostA new high-tech water conservation system has arrived in Los Angeles that could change the way all drainage systems are used in the future.
Millions Of Dead Trees Prompts Gov. Brown To Declare State Of EmergencyCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown says dead trees around the state pose a fire hazard and has declared a state of emergency.
Dam Removed To Allow California Aqueduct Water To FlowWater in the aqueduct that helped fuel Los Angeles' growth was flowing toward the city Wednesday for the first time in six months after workers removed an earthen and concrete dam that had diverted runoff to the parched Owens Valley.
DWP Considers Whether To Make Names Of Water-Wasters PublicGrowing outrage over water-guzzling residents has the Department of Water and Power now considering whether to make the names of those water-wasters public.
El Niño Forecast To Bring 50 Percent More Precipitation To CaliforniaEl Niño’s arrival seems imminent – forecasters continue to say California's winter will be warmer and definitely wetter.
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.
Californians' Fake Lawns Protected By New LawCities in drought-stricken California can no longer stop residents from installing fake grass to replace their water-guzzling lawns.
Predicted Santa Ana Winds Fuel Fire Concerns For Foothill Residents This WeekSanta Ana winds are expected to kick up once again by the end of the week during what authorities fear could be one of the worst fire seasons seen yet.
Alaskan Bottling Company Proposes New Idea To Fight Drought Conditions In CaliforniaThe CEO of Alaska Bulk Water, Terry Trapp, announced plans to try and export water from Blue Lake, located near Sitka, which gets plenty of rain each year.