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Residents feel their is a better way to battle the drought than to let the grass go dry in Mountain House.
Parched hillsides, a dwindling supply of fresh water and summerlike temperatures have many worried.
Some commercial businesses are spending thousands of dollars to comply with the mandatory cuts by drilling wells.
As a Californian, I have not gotten too much sympathy from friends and family about our rotten weather this winter.
AccuWeather.com reports despite a few recent rounds of rain, extreme to exceptional drought maintains its tight grasp on the state of California.
California's historic drought has folks discussing ways to curtail water use in the garden.
LOS ANGELES a?? Now that Southern California has dried out from recent rains, folks can get back to worrying about the epic drought that still grips the state and threatens its future.
The winter of 2013-14 was a tale of two extremes, bringing intense cold and heavy snow in the north-central USA and record-breaking warmth and drought in the West, especially California.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is designating six New Mexico counties and one in Texas as natural disaster areas due to drought.
Water releases into and from the Rio Grande for the irrigation season will begin on June 1 instead of March because of the continued drought, water officials said Wednesday.
With 2013 the driest year on record and 2014 possibly worse, the devastation of California's drought is trickling down to crops, fields, farmers markets, grocery stores -- and the kitchen table.
Chico High School students in Vallarie Jensen's Health Class are rewarded with candy as they correctly answer questions from Sam Rossi about water, drought and conservation Wednesday.
Georgia lawmakers have struck a compromise on legislation that supporters say could prevent wildlife die-offs in the lower Flint River.
A wall of dust as tall as 1,000 feet and 200 miles wide that roared across parts of West Texas and New Mexico is yet another sign of how rain-starved the region is.
RENO, Nev. At the Metro Car Wash on Longley Lane, owner Ernie Ionno looks up at the cloudy sky concerned how the weather will affect business that day.