Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urges government to work "day and night" on economic problems.
The Wonderful Company produced more pistachios and almonds than anyone else in the world. But to make money, they need water.
Some of the state's poorest residents are still shelling out a premium for water.
California’s had one of the wettest winters on record — more than twice as much rain and snow as in an average year. That’s especially wild since we’re six years into a historic drought. But California doesn’t have enough dams, reservoirs or other storage. So instead of using it, all that precipitation just joins the […]
Right now, farmers have little incentive to sell water to each other.
Corn farmer Keith Alverson says he and his peers are cautiously optimistic.
Fire seasons now are two months longer than they were 50 years ago.
Now that water levels are up, the businesses on Lake Travis are seeing better days.
Conserving water in drought areas actually makes treating wastewater more difficult.