The drought crisis in California has been well-documented, with few viable solutions ready to go for the state’s water-intensive agriculture business and thirsty residents.
Just a few months ago, the forecast for a wet winter looked promising. But the summer has revealed a drier future.
Rainfall in parts of the Southland last weekend provided a brief respite from California's dry spell.
California's drought is forcing state officials to close a campground to overnight use for the first time this year.
How California's severe drought can affect the taste, production and price of beer.
Another winter with little rain has taken its toll on those who depend on nature’s irrigation