DWP Considers Whether To Make Names Of Water-Wasters PublicGrowing outrage over water-guzzling residents has the Department of Water and Power now considering whether to make the names of those water-wasters public.
Evidence Mounts For El Nino That Could Ease California's DroughtEvidence is mounting that the El Nino ocean-warming phenomenon in the Pacific will spawn a rainy winter in California.
Officials: California Meeting Water Conservation TargetA state water official said Californians have met a mandate to save water for a third consecutive month during the grinding drought.
Some Yorba Linda Residents To See Water Service Fee Increases Despite ConservationSome residents in Yorba Linda should expect their water service fees to increase starting Oct. 1 despite conservation efforts.
More Cash For Less Grass? Riverside Considers New Rebate ProgramThe Riverside City Council is expected to vote this week on a plan to provide new rebates to homeowners who remove water-guzzling lawns.
Corona Del Mar Woman Captures 100 Gallons Of Rainwater Using Rocks, Plastic BagA Corona del Mar woman has come up with an inexpensive, makeshift way to save rainwater.
Agencies Join Forces To Raise Awareness Of Water Conservation During Ongoing DroughtWater conservation is critical during California’s ongoing drought, a message that several local water agencies spread on Sunday.
Even Firefighters Were Surprised By Super-Size Rattlesnake That Slithered Inside Oak Park HomeIt was a terrifying scene for an Oak Park woman who came home to find a large rattlesnake taking up residence in her living room.
Drought-Plagued California Readies For El Niño StormsWhile drought-plagued California is eager for rain, the forecast of a potentially Godzilla-like El Nino event has communities clearing out debris basins, urging residents to stock up on emergency supplies and even talking about how a deluge could affect the 50th Super Bowl.
California Panel Mandates Low-Water Lawns On New BuildingsCalifornia regulators voted Friday to limit how much water can be used to irrigate lawns on new and renovated buildings.
Some Believe Video Singles Out Immigrants As Responsible For Lower Water SuppliesA Santa Barbara-based group has sparked a firestorm after some say a video posted last year singled out immigrants as responsible for lower water supplies.