Media Watch

  • Dramatically revived Cachuma Lake proves California's drought is all but over Dramatically revived Cachuma Lake proves California's drought is all but over
    Heading into February, things were looking grim in the rugged hills north of Santa Barbara. While much of California was emerging from 5 years of drought, this giant reservoir had dwindled to a weedy channel at just 7% of capacity and was perilously close to being written off as a regional water supply. And then the rains came in unrelenting horizontal sheets. Los Angeles Times, Feb. 25
  • Kansas City haunted by 'ghost water'
    It first bubbled up a year ago at the edge of Harry Ellis’ well-kept lawn in Kansas City. It flowed across the nearby roadway north of the river and splattered mud on passing cars. The people from the city came. They dug down to the pipes and strained to hear rushing water but never found its source. Kansas City Star, Feb. 21

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