With the state of California mired in its fourth year of drought and a mandatory statewide 25 percent reduction in water usage in place, reports of water theft have become common.
There is a distinct difference between a watch and a warning, and knowing the difference can save your life.
A major storm will blanket portions of Wyoming, Colorado and South Dakota with up to 2 feet of snow this Mother's Day weekend.
At Willamette National Forest in Oregon, there's a lake that only fully exists eight months out of the year.
In a move to curb backlash surrounding water sourcing from drought-stricken California, Starbucks has pulled production of its Ethos bottled water out of the Golden State.Read Story >
California farmers with century-old water rights in the San Joaquin River Watershed will no longer be able to draw water from the river as a result of the state's historic drought.Read Story >