Everything’s in place, including drought, to allow agency to tap water it has tried to get for decades.
Lots of people pay a flat rate for their water. Guess what? They use more than the rest of us. Read more. …
After weeks of rain, Marin County reservoirs have a magical feel to them even as the drought continues.
We’ve seen lots of rain over the past month. But the drought’s not done with us, and here’s why.
Critics question claim by state officials that underground tanks pose no real health threats.
There must be a way to reuse some of our household water without spending a small fortune.
President’s promise of emergency aid comes amid partisan demands for water solutions.
Proposed $6.9 billion initiative by state Sen. Lois Wolk has strong backing from environmental groups.
Department of Water Resources says SWP reservoirs are too low to send shipments to farms and cities.