Monday marked a point in California’s drought saga in which talk progressed into action.
New mandatory water restrictions became official Monday, following months of discussion and debate, as the state continues to battle the historic drought.
Here in dry, dusty Southern California, dealing with the worst drought in state history has become the “new normal.” In my home, we’ve cut back on showers and watering the lawn.
Officials Monday are assisting a boat that is taking on water in San Pedro.
Water customers in some Southern California areas could pay triple fines if they don’t cut back enough during the drought.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a new phase in the city’s effort to conserve water.
Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel were called to MLK and Bullis around 7:20 p.m.
Southern California may still be a little soggy, but officials said Friday it will take far more rain and conservation to end the state’s four-year drought.
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Crews Wednesday worked on a fourth water main break in as many days in Beverly Grove.
Crews Monday were working to repair a massive hole in West Hollywood caused by a water main break.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports Sunday that the Crystal Geyser Water Co. is opening the latest of more than 100 water-bottling operations by various companies in the state.
Officials with LADWP unveiled the plan after tens of thousands of gallons of reservoir water were lost in Eagle Rock when it was released into streets and storm drains.
California water regulators have adopted sweeping, unprecedented restrictions on how people and businesses can use water amid the state’s ongoing drought.
Residents in Long Beach are complaining of a foul odor coming from their water.