As much of the Southland struggles to curb water waste amid a statewide drought, Long Beach is set to make history for some of its lowest water usage in nearly 60 years.
Opponents of a proposed water slide event are calling on city officials to reconsider their plans in the face of the ongoing statewide drought.
Beat the heat and the doldrums with water fun in your own backyard.
As the Southland struggles under drought conditions, officials Thursday gave the public yet another reason not to let water run into the gutter: West Nile Virus.
KCAL9’s Adrianna weingold reports the city council plans to vote on a measure Tuesday night.
Southern California water officials have a new spokesperson to promote water-conservation efforts – and he’s got an attitude.
Wendy De Leon, with Pasadena Water and Power, is a searching for any resident wasting water, with mandatory statewide restrictions on outdoor watering scheduled to effect Friday.
That ranking Thursday by the U.S. Drought Monitor marks a 22-percent, one-week jump in California territory suffering what monitors call “exceptional drought.”
Dealing with the epic drought is a challenge on many levels.
California is at a “tipping point,” say leading climatologists, as a historic drought enters its fourth year with no end in sight.
If you’re having trouble using less water, there are some ingenious products designed to help you.
Because of the drought, a recent water main break near UCLA couldn’t have come at a worse time.
In Orange County, they’re turning sewer water into drinking water.
The Metropolitan Water District provides drinking water to 19 million Southern Californians.
It’s a tough lesson for one of Southern California’s wealthiest communities.