UCLA Report Card Finds LA Still Too Reliant on Imported Water
Drought or no drought, Southern California has been importing more water and burning with hotter wildfires for decades. That's among the findings of an "environmental report card" from researchers at UCLA.
New Drought Rules to Change Landscape Development
One of the provisions of Governor Jerry Brown's drought plan bans watering outside newly constructed homes and buildings, unless it's recycled water, drip, or microspray.
Why The Economist's Chile Pepper Cover Struck a Nerve Among Latinos
Many Latinos in California were upset by the cover image of the Economist last month, which used red peppers as the stripes on an American flag for their issue on Latinos in America. Is there a similar stereotype that touches a nerve for you? Let us know by calling us and leave a message at (510) 736-CALI (2254)