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PolitiCalGeorge Skelton says that the issue of California's $11.1-billion water bond has largely fallen by the wayside....
L.A. NOWGlendale's "smart meter" system nearing completion...
L.A. NOWFederal environmental officials this week will begin excavating 1,100 tons of perchlorate-laced soil from a former Barstow fireworks manufacturing site that contaminated the city’s drinking water supply in November 2010. The contamination led to a...
As part of a new study of future water shortages in the Colorado River Basin, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation solicited ideas on how to solve the looming gap between supply and demand. They received about 160 suggestions, ranging from the common-sense...
Re "Water demand to exceed supply," Dec. 13, and David Horsey's Dec. 14 editorial cartoon These two pieces offer an ironic juxtaposition: David Horsey's cartoon analyzes conservatives' unthinking rejection of climate change, and a report warns of...
A study released last week by the Bureau of Reclamation confirms what everyone already knows: We are sucking more water out of the Colorado River Basin than nature is putting in. Like draining a savings account, water users in the seven basin states...
SACRAMENTO — Barrels of excess water have been tumbling down the Sacramento River with nowhere to go except the San Francisco Bay and out to sea. To be precise, 58,000 cubic feet of water per second — think of one cubic foot as a...
World NowA massive breakdown of India's electricity grid cut power to 370 million people in seven northern states, halting trains, cutting water supplies and creating commuter mayhem....
If you want to say that Jessica Yu burst onto the film scene in 1993 with her short "Sour Death Balls," you'd be almost literally right. The film is almost 10 minutes of people trying to handle the disgusting confection. Yu's work wins accolades,...
Jeff Hart is a scientist who knows the history of the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta better than most. He explains its emergence from the Ice Age, traces it through the arrival of the Spanish, recalls the figures of the California Gold Rush and points...
Tags: Politics, Religion and Belief, Ethics, Aldo Leopold, Government
PolitiCalA new report on hydraulic fracturing has taken stock of the controversial procedure's effect on water supplies in Colorado, echoing concerns of California lawmakers as they seek to regulate "fracking" here. Western Resource Advocates, an environmental...
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