A recent report says California cities and suburbs responded well to the state's unprecedented mandate to cut water use by 25 percent during the drought. But as Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton explains, it also examines what policies could work better in future droughts.
Scientists fro the first time have quantified how much groundwater was lost in California's Central Valley in the most recent drought. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, farmers pumped enough water out of the ground to fill Lake Mead.
January's heavy rains are erasing years of extreme drought in many areas of California, when it comes to the state's surface supplies of water. But, as reporter Randol White explains, the same can't be said yet for the state's groundwater basins.
In California and across the country today, clean water advocates are highlighting the need for investment in our water infrastructure by asking people to imagine a day without water. KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.