Interior clears Calif. project with friends in high places
The Trump administration has cleared the way for a controversial project that would suck groundwater from under Southern California's Mojave Desert and sell it to water providers.
Audit finds Brown's tunnel project violated state law
California Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) plan to replumb the state's water system violated state law in assigning a key contract and has run over budget by at least twofold, the state auditor concluded today.
Court rules DOD on hook for cleanup at Calif. aeronautics plant
The government is responsible for some of the cleanup costs at a contaminated former aeronautical plant near San Diego, a federal appeals court ruled today.
Dams seen driving 'mass extinction' of salmon
For millennia, Native Americans subsisted on a spring-run of chinook salmon in California's Klamath River. But four dams have brought the species to the brink of extinction. The "springers" aren't alone.
Judge sets October trial date for Cliven Bundy and sons
Cliven Bundy and his sons Ammon and Ryan will stand trial beginning Oct. 10 for their actions in the 2014 armed standoff with federal authorities at their Bunkerville, Nev., ranch.