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While we had a lot of precipitation last year, this year has been below average. What does that mean for our water supplies, considering we're only a year removed from crippling drought?
Before the storm made landfall earlier this week, it was forecast to dump 10 inches of rain in the Santa Barbara mountains. Where did all of that water go?
Atmospheric rivers are a vital source of California's water supply, but they also can trigger mudslides given their often heavy rains.
By the end of February, it looked like the state was going to experience one of its driest winters ever. Then storms started to roll in. But will they be enough?
Barring a "March Miracle" of rain and snow, this winter could be one of the warmest and driest on record — and that could mean drought.
Before last week's storm, this year's winter was on track to be the warmest and driest on record.
For the first time, scientists are trying to get a snapshot of the Red Planet's interior, and they're doing it with the first landing probe to Mars in six years.
We could lose one of California's most defining, and important, ecological features by the end of the century, due to climate change.
Immigrant advocates say the ruling affects thousands of people who were held under immigration detainers issued by the federal government.
The La Niña climate pattern is associated with drier weather in Southern California, but that doesn't mean that things are going to get wetter if it goes away.
Patrick Soon-Shiong — an L.A.-based billionaire, physician and major Tronc shareholder — is in advanced talks to purchase the L.A. Times, according to NPR's David Folkenflik.
You might've thought that last year's rain dump saved us from drought conditions, but Southern California never fully recovered.
More than 13,000 claims were made following one of the most destructive wildfire seasons on record.
Before dawn on Wednesday, the moon's going to be extra large, quite red and not at one bit blue. Here's what that means.
Fifteen minutes after a 7.9 earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska, Devil's Hole in Death Valley saw one foot waves thrash its surface.