California Reservoir WatchHere are the state's 10 biggest reservoirs--those of about 1 million acre feet and larger--and how their current storage compares to average conditions and levels a year ago. br> (Source for map data: CA DWR)
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From KQED Public Radio: California's Water
The California Report | Tuesday, Aug 27, 2013, 8:50 AM
Voters in Ojai, east of Santa Barbara, decide Tuesday whether to buy out the private company that provides their water. The little city is one of a number across the nation that have soured on private water over a series of rate hikes in recent years.
The California Report | Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012, 8:50 AM
There are more than 1,400 dams in California. When the earliest of them was built, the goals were clear: store water, control floods and generate electricity. Since then, new priorities have been added, such as protecting endangered species, which makes relicensing the dams a very pricey and lengthy process.
The California Report | Monday, Jun 18, 2012, 8:50 AM
While much is uncertain about California's warming climate, there's little doubt that it's already changing the fundamentals of how most of us get our water. And that has some far-reaching implications that could even show up on your electric bill.