California Water & Drought News for January 2, 2019

  • by BPC Staff
  • on January 2, 2019

Storm train to resume along US West Coast this weekend

By Renee Duff, AccuWeather, 1/2/19

Winter is shrinking, Scripps study finds, posing new fire, water risks

By Deborah Sullivan Brennan, San Diego Union-Tribune, 12/31/18

Like Fruit, Vegetables, and Almonds? Scientists Have Bad News

By Tom Philpott, Mother Jones, 1/1/19

Draft Environmental Impact Report Released for Comment Period for Removal of Klamath River Dams

By California Water News Daily, 12/31/18

Couple fined after claiming to use more water than the Earth holds

By Damon Arthur, Redding Record Searchlight, 12/31/18 

Broken water main cap causes flooding in Fresno Co. neighborhood

By Christina Fan, ABC 30, 1/1/19

Environment Report: Big Northern California Water Deals Will Trickle Down to San Diego

By Ry Rivard, Voice of San Diego, 12/31/18

Fly over the snowy Sierra Nevada in what may be the best view you’ll see this winter

By John Hannon, Modesto Bee, 1/2/19

Winter Is Here: Southern California Sees Freezing Overnight Temperatures

By CBS Los Angeles, 1/2/19

2018 Another Dry Year for California

By Matthew Renda, Courthouse News Service, 12/31/18

Citizen Scientists Wanted to Photograph King Tides

By Jean Yamaura, Santa Barbara Independent, 12/31/18

Filling wetlands to save them

By Daniel Mintz, Mad River Union, 12/31/18

Story of the Year: A decade later for historic Yuba River Accord

By Jake Abbott, Appeal-Democrat, 1/1/18

Utility may have violated probation for its role in deadly California wildfires, federal prosecutors say

By Arlene Techekmedyian, Los Angeles Times, 1/1/19

Search and rescue volunteers carry out difficult task of finding wildfire victims

By Sarah Ravani, San Francisco Chronicle, 1/2/19

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