CLEAN WATER RULE
Did rogue paddlers, Scalia cement protection for LA River?
A possible survivor of the Trump administration's efforts to limit Clean Water Act protections is a concrete canal that looks more like a highway than a waterway: the Los Angeles River.
Veteran water manager picked to oversee dam, tunnel projects
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) yesterday appointed a veteran water manager who formerly worked for an environmental group to oversee the repairs of the cratered Oroville Dam spillway and his controversial tunnels project to move water from the wet north to the dry south.
Roger Stone urges Trump to pardon the Bundys
Roger Stone, a former longtime and controversial adviser to President Trump, urged the president over the weekend to pardon Cliven Bundy and his sons as they prepare to stand trial for the 2014 armed standoff at the family's ranch in Nevada.
Ranchers, greens strike deal in suit over Calif. seashore
Ranchers on Point Reyes National Seashore in Northern California targeted by environmental groups were granted a temporary reprieve yesterday in a settlement of a high-stakes lawsuit.
Jerry Brown's tunnels would cement his family legacy
Sixty years ago, Gov. Pat Brown built the biggest waterworks the world had ever seen, transforming California. But spectacular as it was, it had a flaw. Now, his son is trying — again — to finish what his father started.