by Natasha Geiling May 26, 2015
In exchange for cutting water use by 25 percent or leaving part of their land unplanted, the state has agreed to not seek further growing season reductions.
by Sam P.K. Collins May 22, 2015
Young people aren't getting connected to the right doctors and medication.
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 22, 2015
“We can all agree that women deserve to have all the information in front of them when they make some of the most important decisions they will ever face.”
by Samantha Page May 22, 2015
Dead birds. Closed beaches. No fishing: Gov. Brown declares a state of emergency.
by Natasha Geiling May 21, 2015
Water cuts are expected to begin Friday for California's most senior water rights holders.
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 21, 2015
It could lead to legislative reform.
by Ari Phillips May 20, 2015
The pipeline rupture hearkens back to Santa Barbara's massive 1969 oil spill, which changed the industry and the environmental movement for decades.
by Ari Phillips May 19, 2015
Last year California passed a statewide ban on plastic bags. Now the Legislature is considering a ban on microbeads, tiny particles found in many personal care products.
by Samantha Page May 15, 2015
Nestlé has come under fire recently for bottling water in California during the state's historic drought.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 14, 2015
Local law enforcement officials and prosecutors hold a lot of power during the certification process.