Last week’s winter storms have filled reservoirs in the San Gabriel Mountains with enough water to supply more than 150,000 people for a year.
Residents in the city of Long Beach are facing tighter water use restrictions after officials voted unanimously Thursday to declare an “imminent” water supply shortage.
The LADWP Wednesday urged customers to turn off their sprinklers and save water during the two upcoming winter storms.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved a new general manager to lead the Department of Water and Power, which is plagued by costly computer problems and questions about missing money.
Roughly 1,000 residents and businesses in Montclair were without gas and water for a fourth day Friday.
Farmers throughout Southern California and statewide were given a dire forecast Friday from state officials who said they would receive no irrigation water amid a historic drought.
The evidence of extreme effects at the hands of California’s historic drought continues to mount, as a number of reservoirs, which the state depends on for water, are now running dangerously low.
Hundreds of electronic highway signs were being activated Tuesday to urge drivers in Southern California and statewide to conserve water.
A Southern California state lawmaker issued a dire warning Friday about water supplies and called for public officials to assist local conservation efforts.
Water quality regulators were set to consider a plan Thursday to reduce pollution in Marina del Rey Harbor.
Scientists will begin testing local kelp beds later this month for radioactive contamination that may have drifted east from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster in 2011.
Director of the California Department of Water Resources Mark Cowin Friday announced the allocation of Sacramento Delta water to Southern California is going from five percent to zero.
Experts are pushing for water conservation as Californians face another dry year.
Nouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they’ve brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.
Community leaders and consumer watchdog groups were set Wednesday to voice their opposition to a Northern California tunnels project that could impact neighborhoods here in the Southland.