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  • William Mulholland: L.A.'s original champion of water conservation

    William Mulholland: L.A.'s original champion of water conservation
    When Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory water restrictions for California, he took a moment to underscore the meaning of the edict. “The idea of your nice little green lawn getting watered every day, those days are past,” the governor said,...
  • Huge California water supplier plans to reduce deliveries

    One of California's largest water wholesalers moved forward Monday on a plan to reduce the amount of water it delivers to more than two dozen cities and agencies serving 19 million people amid the lengthening drought. If approved by the board of the...
  • Florida governor pursues California firms despite few interstate moves

    Florida governor pursues California firms despite few interstate moves
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott is the latest out-of-state politician on a job-stealing tour of California, bashing the state's taxes and business regulation. Scott breezed into Los Angeles on Monday preaching the old-time gospel of hands-off government. He...
  • Water rationing cut of 15% in SoCal could bring higher bills

    Water rationing cut of 15% in SoCal could bring higher bills
    Southern California’s water wholesaler Tuesday is poised to impose a 15% cut in water deliveries to local cities and water districts, a move that would bolster Gov. Jerry Brown’s aggressive statewide conservation effort in the fourth year of...
  • Florida Gov. Scott visits California on jobs-seeking trip

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott was looking for jobs in Los Angeles on Monday. Not for himself, but for his state. The two-term Republican is the latest in a string of out-of-state governors to try to raid businesses from California, home to nearly 40 million...
  • L.A. saving water but still has a long way to go

    L.A. saving water but still has a long way to go
    Los Angeles residents and city leaders express pride in the significant cuts in water use they have made. Per capita water demand dropped countywide about 16% between 2000 and 2013. But a new UCLA study found that L.A. County still has a long way to go....
  • Analysis: How Clinton video was designed face by face

    WASHINGTON Hillary Rodham Clinton can be a strong presidential candidate only if she gets broad, enthusiastic support from a new generation of voters. And that may be tough. She's the far-ahead front-runner for the Democratic nomination and may well...
  • Farmers to city dwellers: We're all in the drought together

    Farmers to city dwellers: We're all in the drought together
    As the months have worn on, drier and drier but for the very occasional gift from above, it has been hard to avoid a looming civil war in California over a common enemy, the drought. Loosely, the battle is between ideologically and culturally opposite...
  • Florida Gov. Scott heads to California on job-seeking trip

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott is heading out on a two-day trip to California in an effort to convince businesses from that state to move east. Scott leaves Sunday for the Los Angeles area, where the Republican governor will try to convince shipping companies...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown's rural excursion underlines his support for farmers

    Gov. Jerry Brown's rural excursion underlines his support for farmers
    As California continues reeling from the drought, Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday headed into the farmlands north of Sacramento, where concerns about the state's parched spell are mounting after a dry winter. The official reason for the governor's trip was...
  • The wrong way to think about California water

    The wrong way to think about California water
    Water is complicated. Nowhere is that more true than in California, and never more than during a major drought. That may be why so much of the debate about how to manage California's scarce water supply is misguided. The national press brims with...