Water News for November 28, 2018

Sierra Sun Times: USDA Invests More Than $449 Million in Innovative Management of California Water Supply Merced Sun-Star: Pacific storm to bring rain, mountain snow to California San Francisco Chronicle: Salmon surge: Habitat improvements paying off on one California river Sun-Gazette: California Voters sink Prop. 3 bond The Signal: County OK to assess levy for […]

Water News for November 21, 2018

TIME: California Areas Torched By Wildfires Face New Dangers – Flooding and Mudslides KTVU: Many worry the Bay Area rain will be toxic. It will not, meteorologists say ABC 7: Camp Fire smoke, ash won’t impact Bay Area soil, water supply Palo Alto Weekly: City looks to tap into the value of wastewater Maven’s Notebook: […]

Water News for November 20, 2018

ABC 10: Flood safety information for wildfire survivors, Sacramento residents BBC News: California wildfires: Concern over rain in search efforts Plumas News: Supervisors take on Union Pacific over damaged retaining wall near Tobin KPBS: Federal Judge Considers Request To Dismiss Cross-Border Sewage Lawsuits Pacific Standard: CLIMATE CHANGE DOES MORE THAN ‘MAYBE CONTRIBUTE A LITTLE BIT’: DEBUNKING […]

Water News for November 16, 2018

Chico Enterprise-Record: Pollution warning and other items concerning the Camp Fire National Geographic: See how a warmer world primed California for large fires San Francisco Chronicle: Winds that fanned Southern California wildfire diminish Daily Independent: Corps to conduct test-blasting operations at Isabella Lake The Union: OPINION: NID, Centennial Dam and our water future Los Angeles Times: With […]

Water News for November 15, 2018

Western FarmPress: DWR: Camp Fire poses no threat to Oroville Dam SFGATE: First rain in over a month? Chances increase as firefighters grow desperate ABC 7 News: California Wildfires: Updates, maps, coverage of SoCal, Butte County fires and impact on LA, Bay Area Bloomberg BNA: California Tunnels Project Circling the Drain After Elections (Corrected) Half […]

Water News for November 14, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Will rain wipe out Camp Fire, and wind clear the smoke? Weather Service gives outlook KCLU: Woolsey Fire Impacts Water System; Agency Used Generators To Keep Water Flowing During Blaze The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week Sacramento Bee: OPINION: […]

Water News for November 13, 2018

The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week KRON4: Boil water notice for areas impacted by Camp Fire Los Angeles Times: Number of structures destroyed in Woolsey fire doubles; new fire closes 118 Freeway Daily Republic: Flyway Center loses $20M with Prop. 3 […]

Water News for November 9, 2018

Reuters: Thousands flee three swift-moving California blazes Ukiah Daily Journal: Rain study in Ukiah helps convince Army Corps to store more water in Lake Mendocino Mercury News: How Gov-Elect Gavin Newsom could shape California’s future, issue by issue Los Angeles Sentinel: America’s Water Infrastructure Act To Fund Up To $35 Million Towards West Basin’s Harbor […]

Water News for November 8, 2018

Modesto Bee: Board agrees to Newsom-Brown request to delay decision on water plan San Francisco Chronicle: Prop. 3: California water projects bond measure goes down to defeat Mountain Democrat: OPINION: The fix is in with WaterFix KNPR: Three Things To Know About Colorado River Plans In The Works Highland Community News: ‘Floating balls’ will aim […]

Water News for November 6, 2018

Sacramento Bee: See four months of Oroville Dam spillway construction in one minute Santa Maria Times:  Solvang residents getting harder water from city ABC 10: With this dry forecast, we’re starting to wonder, where is El Nino? Visalia Times-Delta: Proposition 3 pours money on Central Valley water projects, faces opposition The Republic: California voters consider […]