In a victory for native tribes, ruling says imminent harm to fish outweighs potential harm to farmers.
A glimpse of the complexity many miss as they hurry through the valley on their way somewhere else.
Logically, it’s not a surprise that lake levels are dropping. But it’s still a shock to see the reality.
Two ‘California Report’ producers get off Highway 99 and meet some Central Valley residents.
Montague, near Mount Shasta, relies on a reservoir that’s down 90 percent from normal this summer.
California’s historic drought has lots of gardeners searching for drought-tolerant plants.
A rare bipartisan agreement delivers $7.5 billion bond measure to pay for new dams and other water needs.
Big districts seek to limit water use amid drought, but without strict enforcement measures.
Light rain and an infusion of personnel and equipment help fire crews continue to gain momentum