Southern California lives or dies on imported water.
Some people say we have plenty of water, even though we’re in a drought.
If you want an example of how to make saving water your lifestyle, just ask actor / environmentalist Ed Begley Jr.
After consulting with a major climatologist, KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO put together a year-by-year look into the future what California might be like should our epic drought go on.
Lucio Soibelman, a professor at USC’s School of Engineering, believes concerns over liability are hindering LADWP from conducting preventative measures.
When it comes to water, we are a state that is running on empty, as an epic drought goes from bad to worse with each passing dry day.
Placentia’s most famous landmark is hard to miss.
Research shows California’s drought situation is much worse than officials realize.
Officials in Los Angeles County Tuesday moved to put residents in step with California regulators regarding water wastage.
Homeowner associations can no longer slap fines on residents with dry, brown lawns during droughts under legislation that took effect Monday.
Crews worked early Monday to seal a broken water hydrant in Venice, but not before an estimated 180,000 gallons flooded nearby streets, officials said.
“Hin Carla,” said the caller. “I want to report a house that is trying to drain the rest of the American River.”
Officials with the city of Santa Ana say they reject the findings of a report that claims residents in the Orange County city are the biggest water wasters in California.
A Glendora couple who scaled back watering due to drought received a letter from the city warning that they could face fines if they don’t get their brown lawn green again.
The action on Tuesday by the State Water Quality Control Board came after its own survey showed that conservation measures to date have failed to achieve the 20 percent reduction in water use sought by Gov. Jerry Brown.