Scientist says snowpack prediction tool can make predictions for individual mountain ranges so each region knows what to expect.
Authorities are asking for help in locating a Northern California man who went missing after falling into an irrigation pipe southwest of Lake Tahoe
Record or above-average reservoir levels in many parts of Idaho are providing irrigators with a litt
La Nina expected to influence rest of winter, but drought creeping back into Northwest
Washington Farm Bureau happy with Hirst bill
There are more than 1,300 Superfund sites in the U.S.
A pair of scientists assert California officials and researchers should get more input from farmers as they develop sustainability plans for troubled groundwater basins.
The state Senate is scheduled to vote on the water bill and the capital budget Thursday night.
Considered a legislative expert on water issues, Raybould says his work on the topic is among his top contributions to state policy.
House Democrat concedes Hirst bill won't limit new wells to indoor use only
Irrigators aim to restore transfers of stored water among reservoirs and to instream uses in Oregon with an upcoming bill.
Washington tribes and environmentalists find Hirst bill they like
Officials say chances are remote, but an expected landslide near Union Gap, Wash., could block Interstate 82 and the Yakima River and flood thousands of acres of farmland.
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear culvert case