The impact of California's drought on San Diego County

Sep 9, 2014

Nudist Colony Running Out of Water

Nudist Colony Running Out of Water

A well-known nudist colony in the Los Gatos area is feeling the effects of California's drought.

Oct 8, 2014

Turf Replacement Rebates Available Across California

Turf Replacement Rebates Available Across California

Here are some of the turf replacement programs available in California

Sep 2, 2014

California Drought Spurs New Look at "Cash for Grass" Programs

California Drought Spurs New Look at "Cash for Grass" Programs

Daniel and Joanne Azarnoff had the quintessential, grassy green lawn outside their house in the San Francisco Bay area -- until this bone-dry summer. With water regulators' help, they ripped up turf and replaced...

Aug 22, 2014

Drought Cancels Snow Day for Dogs

Drought Cancels Snow Day for Dogs

Snow was expected in sunny San Diego this Saturday – specifically 20 tons for dogs to play in – but the California drought has forced a change in plans.

Aug 21, 2014

Socal Drought Ordinance Targets Swimming Pools

Socal Drought Ordinance Targets Swimming Pools

Some Orange County residents may not be able to fill their pools.

Aug 13, 2014

California Lawmakers Pass $7.5B Water Plan

California Lawmakers Pass $7.5B Water Plan

California lawmakers on Wednesday voted to place a $7.5 billion water plan before voters in November, marking the largest water investment in decades for a state struggling with a historic drought,...

Aug 12, 2014

New Map Shows Growing Drought Problem

New Map Shows Growing Drought Problem

A newly released animated map shows the growing severity of California’s drought as compared to our limited water supply.

Aug 8, 2014

El Niño Chances Decrease for Drought-Stricken California

El Niño Chances Decrease for Drought-Stricken California

Just a few months ago, the forecast for a wet winter looked promising. But the summer has revealed a drier future.

Aug 7, 2014

Recent Rains Bring Little Relief to California

Recent Rains Bring Little Relief to California

Rainfall in parts of the Southland last weekend provided a brief respite from California's dry spell.

Aug 6, 2014

Drought Closes Campground

Drought Closes Campground

California's drought is forcing state officials to close a campground to overnight use for the first time this year.

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