A conversation with Jan Null, a weather forecaster who explains why expectations of a wet winter are misplaced.
A team of experts from a number University of California schools argue that recharging groundwater to manage pollution should be permitted by the state.
Regulators warnings that the Sites Reservoir may have to cut its stated water storage goals have thrown the future of the ambitious project into doubt.
The Trump administration is rolling back regulations aimed at preserving vital wetlands, but the state government isn't ready to cede control.
The oil business in New Mexico is booming, but due to the state's stricter laws the groundwater being used to access petroleum is pumped in from Texas.
The aquifers in question are located in the Sonoma Lowlands sub-basin, and they are each a vital source of irrigation water for grape growing.
Lost in the excitement around the legislation is the fact that water agencies have no way to measure how much water their customers use indoors.
Even after 35 years of efforts to resolve the issue, toxic farm water is being pushed into a local park and showing up in the eggs of local bird species.
In Idaho, a state with stringent water rights, the people have managed to recharge the essential Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer that supplies hundreds of thousands with water.
Small communities across America don't cope well with water shortages, but one group from UCLA has created something to fix that.