Palos Verdes Estates Tap Water Declared Safe To DrinkResidents of about 200 homes in Palos Verdes Estates were told Wednesday they can again drink and cook with their tap water.
Do-Not-Drink Warning Issued To Palos Verdes Estates ResidentsResidents in about 200 homes in Palos Verdes Estates have been warned to not drink or cook with their tap water until further notice.
3 Santa Clarita Valley Water Companies Lift Certain Drought Restrictions After Successful Conservation EffortsThree water companies in Santa Clarita Valley have lifted some water usage restrictions after drought conservation efforts proved to be a major success.
Scuba Diver's Guide To The Australian CoastPack up your scuba gear and head down under where you will find some of the most diverse and interesting dive locations.
Best Bodies Of Water To Visit Near Orange CountyIf you like to fish, the lakes are stocked with trout, bass, catfish, and/or bluegill. Some lakes have boating access for water sports.
Long Beach Announces Ambitious Plan To Clean Up LA River, Stem Pollution On The Beach"It's kind of disappointing that there's a lot of dirty water right here," said beachgoer Jissela Vasconez.
Residents Of Redondo Beach Senior Facility Stuck Without Running Water"We have so many tenants in their 80's and 90's that cannot get around or breathe. It's really sad," resident Sharon Ritums said.
Foothill Communities Face 2-Week Outdoor Watering Ban In less than a week, several Foothill community will be banned from outdoor watering for about two weeks.
California Water Officials Vote To Extend Emergency Water Conservation MeasuresState water regulators voted Tuesday to extend emergency conservation measures because of a drought, even though an increase in rain and snow this winter has improved California's snowpack.
Orange County Cities Ask State To Send More Water To The Region"We are still in a very deep hole," said State Water Resources Control Board chair Felicia Marcus.
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.
Locals Gather In South LA To Learn About LADWP's Rate IncreasesHundreds of South Los Angeles residents attended a community forum on Tuesday in order to voice their concerns for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's proposed rate increases.