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Natural Disruption: Wildlife in hot pursuit for water

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| Temperatures are heating up across California, leaving animals having to travel much further for water.

California drought: LADWP vows to waste less water


Residents protested when the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power sent about 70,000 gallons from a reservoir that needed maintenance into storm drains.

Are people feeling squeezed by the drought yet?


Water awareness is key to meeting new state-mandated goals, but not everyone is feeling the effects of the drought personally yet.

Beverly Hills mayor reacts to mandatory water cuts from Sacramento


Last night, the State Water Resources Control Board unanimously approved Governor Brown’s executive order for cities to cut water use by 25%.

Beyond the ick factor: Why we’re not all turning sewage water into drinking water


Orange County has successfully been treating wastewater to be used as drinking water since 2008, and has plans to expand its Groundwater Replenishment System so that by the end of 2015, it will create 100 million gallons of potable water a day -- at half the cost of imported water.

View of California water bonds shifts with ongoing drought


Water bonds have long been seen as a safe bet in the investing world, but anxiety is rising with the ongoing drought in California.

California drought: 6 things to know about new water rules


The State Water Resources Control Board approved new restrictions Tuesday that include a mandatory target for each local water agency to reduce consumption.

Drought: As residents cut water use, local businesses see green


California’s four-year drought has resulted in thousands of job losses – mostly at farms. But the drought has also boosted the fortunes of some local entrepreneurs.