Southern California’s primary water import agency is planning for reduced state deliveries due to back-to-back dry years in the Sierra Nevada and the Colorado River, officials said Monday.
A dramatic drop in the Colorado River’s water level could fuel a supply crisis in Southern California and throughout the Western United States, federal officials said Tuesday.
A prolonged drought that has wreaked havoc on crops throughout much of America’s breadbasket may soon move closer to the Southland.
The summer heat has forced more bears into foothill communities and backyard pools to beat the heat and find some food.
Just when it looked like it was going to be a year without winter, a storm system brought at least six feet of snow to the Sierras this week.
After years of drought in California, officials now warn that any sudden heat-up in the Sierra Nevada mountains may spell trouble.
Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to declare an end to California’s 3-year-old drought.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 12-1 Wednesday to approve a new water-rationing schedule that would allow residents to turn on their sprinklers three days a week.