Jun 15, 2014
The Toronto Star
California drought yields only desperation
The slowly unfurling disaster of California's drought is now ruining lives. How one man came to grips with what has been lost.
Farmworkers suffer, California valley withers from drought
Workers weed a field of freshly planted almond trees outside of Huron, Calif. The hourly rate for farmworkers recently rose from $8 to $8.50, but there is not nearly enough work.
The Las Vegas Sun
Photo: Workers weed a field of freshly planted almond tre
Workers weed a field of freshly planted almond trees outside of Huron, California.
Los Angeles Times
Drought yields only desperation
"Let us pretend we see many weeds," Francisco Galvez told his friend Rafael. That way, maybe they'd get a full week's work.
Riverside County: Interim Ceo's life's work is troubled hospitals
Lowell Johnson, interim CEO of Riverside County Regional Medical Center, holding a general meeting with employees on Monday, March 14, 2014.