Baja California’s governor is preparing to declare a state of emergency in the coming days, hoping to draw financial aid for Tijuana’s strained and underfunded sewage system following a massive spill that sent millions of gallons of untreated wastewater from Tijuana across the border and into San Diego last month.  Original article Source: California Water… Read More

San Diego may accelerate plans to preserve its climate data due to growing concerns among faculty members that the Trump administration could interfere with their work. Campus officials intend to discuss what they should do during a March 21 meeting at the school’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography, whose research has been used for decades to… Read More

The Department of Water Resources (DWR) increased flows to the Feather River on March 11 to 13,000 cubic feet per second (cfs). These flows are being discharged from Lake Oroville through Hyatt Powerplant. Releases to the Feather River are expected to increase further on or around March 17, when DWR expects to resume using the… Read More