California Water and Drought News for January 18, 2019

  • by BPC Staff
  • on January 18, 2019

How much snow did the storm bring to Southern California mountains?

By Laylan Connelly, Daily Bulletin, 1/17/19

Thousands of gallons of sewage released into Ventura River

By Joe Buttitta, KEYT, 1/17/19

Flash Flood Warning In Camp Fire Area As Rain Pounds California From Pacific Storm

By Paul Elias and John Antczak, Capital Public Radio, 1/17/19

Opinion: Dam removal opponents still have questions about EIR

By Siskiyou Daily News, 1/17/19

Rains cause Canyon Lake dam to overflow, sending welcomed water to Lake Elsinore

By Martin Wisckol, Orange County Register, 1/17/19

Feds rush Whittier Narrows Dam fix to prevent breach that would flood 1M residents from Pico Rivera to Long Beach

By Steve Scauzillo, Pasadena Star-News, 1/17/19

Shasta Dam raising project runs into legal, congressional roadblocks

By Damon Arthur, Redding Record Searchlight, 1/17/19

Community weighs in on bridge replacement

By Lexy Brodt, Coast News Group, 1/17/19

South Bay reservoir levels rise significantly after storms

By David Louie, ABC 7, 1/17/19

Imperial Beach Braces for Contaminated Water to Flood City Streets

By Joe Little and Rafael Avitabile, NBC San Diego, 1/17/19

Recent rains filling rivers, reservoirs in Mendocino County

By Ukiah Daily Journal, 1/17/19

Coastal flooding likely with weekend’s high tides; cities prep with sandbags

By Phil Diehl, San Diego Union-Tribune, 1/17/19

Local flood control agencies prepare all year for heavy rain in the winter

By Reuben Contreras, ABC 30, 1/17/19

Drought Conditions Improve in California After Series of Winter Storms

By NBC San Diego, 1/17/19

Santa Barbara Struggles to Adapt to Sea-Level Rise

By Nick Welsh, Santa Barbara Independent, 1/17/19

Mendocino County Farm Bureau hosting showing of ‘A River’s Last Chance’

By Justine Frederiksen, Ukiah Daily Journal, 1/17/19

OPINION: Continue to improve river access

By Andrew Dickson, Napa Valley Register, 1/17/19

Volunteers restore native species to Brigantine Basin

By Kelli Kyle, Coast News Group, 1/17/19

Years-long drought, worsened by global warming, sparks California’s never-ending fire season

By Brian K. Sullivan, SFGATE, 1/17/19

Judge blames deadly California wildfires on PG&E’s uninsulated power conductors

By Dale Kasler and Ryan Sabalow, Sacramento Bee, 1/17/19

4 to Watch: How the Government Shutdown is Threatening Wildfire Preparations

By Jonathan Lloyd, NBC Los Angeles, 1/17/19

Delta eNews

By CA Department of Water Resources, 1/17/19

John Laird Running for California State Senate in 2020

By Jacob Pierce, Good Times, 1/17/19

New Escondido Council reverses two-year-old water plant location decision

By J. Harry Jones, San Diego Union-Tribune, 1/17/19

Lawsuit alleges Poway violated clean water regulations

By Steve Dreyer, San Diego Union Tribune, 1/17/19

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