| Jan 31, 2014
| 9:24 PM
Officials Friday said that for the first time ever, the State Water Project that helps supply a majority of Californians may be unable to make any deliveries except to maintain public health and safety.
The prospect of no deliveries from one of the...
| Feb 3, 2014
| 2:25 PM
Flynn Donoho has braved a plethora of difficult weather and road conditions during his three-year journey cycling across the United States.
He's ridden through snow and hail, pedaled up mountain passes, dodged hurricanes and even stopped to watch a...
| Jan 23, 2014
| 8:05 PM
GLENDALE — Five bouts into their Rio Hondo League wrestling match and the narrative looked somewhat familiar for the Hoover High wrestling team.
The fledgling program in its third year of existence had fallen behind 23 points to visiting South...
| Jan 24, 2014
| 10:47 AM
When studying earthquakes, especially in California, scientists often find that ocean waves get in the way. As the water hits the coast, it creates tiny seismic waves that interfere with researchers’ efforts to listen for the bigger waves created by...
| Feb 1, 2014
| 9:05 PM
FREDERICK, Md. — Roscoe Bartlett was rattling off the prices of giant bags of rice, wheat and corn, sold cheaply at Sam's Club. The former congressman from rural, western Maryland expressed bewilderment that every American doesn't stockpile such...
| Feb 4, 2014
| 11:19 AM
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will make $20 million available to California farmers to boost water conservation efforts amid one of the worst droughts in state history.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the program was the first of more to...
| Feb 3, 2014
| 12:48 PM
SACRAMENTO -- When it comes to California's drought, Gov. Jerry Brown has a message for Republicans in Washington, D.C. -- thanks but no thanks.
The governor, in a letter sent Monday, said a proposal from House Republicans to alleviate the situation...
| Feb 4, 2014
| 5:30 PM
CLOVIS, CALIF. — Beneath unyielding blue skies on a recent afternoon, Ryan Indart knelt down to examine what was left of one of his sheep pastures.
Land that should have been lush with native grasses this time of year has been reduced to powdery...
| Jan 21, 2014
| 8:23 PM
The University of California has released to Los Angeles city officials a list of about 1,500 old concrete buildings that are potentially at risk of collapse during an earthquake.
The release was significant because it gives city officials the first...
| Jan 25, 2014
| 12:23 PM
The University of California’s release of data on nearly 1,500 older concrete buildings across Los Angeles marks a key step in the city’s efforts to improve earthquake safety.
Now the hard part begins.
University of California...
| Jan 17, 2014
| 7:29 PM
Ending a three-month standoff, University of California researchers announced Friday they will give Los Angeles officials the addresses of about 1,500 old concrete buildings that are potentially at risk of collapse during a major earthquake.
The move is...