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  • Californians did a slightly better job saving water during an unusually wet October

    Californians did a slightly better job saving water during an unusually wet October

    California enjoyed one of its wettest Octobers in recent history and its residents responded by reducing their water use, state officials announced Tuesday. People in cities and towns cut their water consumption by 19.5% during the first month of the “water year,” compared with the same month in...

  • Last-minute push for California drought legislation creates friction between Feinstein and Boxer

    Last-minute push for California drought legislation creates friction between Feinstein and Boxer

    House Republican leaders and California’s senior senator announced Monday a new attempt to pass legislation that would increase water deliveries to San Joaquin Valley agribusiness and Southern California. The 90-page proposal was added to a water infrastructure bill that Congress is expected to...

  • Hawaii's highest peaks get 2 feet of snow — and more is on the way

    Hawaii's highest peaks get 2 feet of snow — and more is on the way

    Ski season is underway in Hawaii. The island’s two highest peaks — Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa —  are getting hit with a cold, wet storm that has dumped about 2 feet of snow, and an additional foot of snow is possible when another storm hits the islands later this weekend. National Weather Service...

  • The drought doesn't mean your HOA has to look like a wasteland

    The drought doesn't mean your HOA has to look like a wasteland

    Question: Our homeowner association near Santa Clarita has a problem that most of the other associations around us don’t seem to share. Our association board appears to go out of its way not to approve drought-resistant landscaping or makes it difficult for owners to pick out plants. Several dozen...

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