This harbor community is bracing for water rationing this summer and even more severe restrictions this fall in the face of continuing drought, dwindling groundwater and a rising demand from tourists who are flocking here in numbers not seen since 2000.
California?s leading agricultural region, the Central Valley, could lose $1.7 billion and 14,500 jobs because of the state?s severe drought, according to preliminary results of a study released Monday by the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences.
Facing drought and climate change, animals such as the Amargosa vole are struggling to survive in the Mojave Desert.
On a dusty clearing between a fallow wheat field and wilting orange groves, Steve Arthur's crew of two mud-splattered well drillers worked furiously to deliver a lifeline to another despondent farmer.
Sometimes airfares are just too good to be true.
Wages for professional services workers rise as an improving economy spurs hiring.
In one of the largest transactions of its type in the state this year, a luxurious new high-rise apartment and retail complex in Koreatown has sold for $283 million.
La Paz shantytown flattened by wall of water and mud during Hurricane Liza.