After millions of people in California were left in the dark last week when Pacific Gas & Electric, the giant utility company that provides service to much of the state, preventatively shut off power avoid
Don’t expect a particularly harsh winter, but a volatile one. That’s the essence of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s winter outlook, released Thursday. The agency is forecasting warmer-than-average
Imagine Joshua Tree National Park with no Joshua trees. That is no mere threat. Scientists have repeatedly warned that hotter, drier conditions being fueled by climate change are causing mature western
Dead body trapped in Tijuana pump station causes 14.5M gallons of raw sewage to spill into San Diego, offic...
A dead body, found trapped in a Mexican pump station on Sunday, was deemed responsible for a backup that caused nearly 14.5 million gallons of raw sewage to flow from Tijuana into San Diego, according
Polaris Energy Services's current focus on agricultural energy management comes down to one thing: water. California's dominance in the agricultural industry, its near-constant drought conditions, and
• Viewers were wowed by 9-1-1's tsunami flood scenes. • It turns out the episode was actually filmed in real water. • Here's how the cast and crew were able to do it. The trailers for the third season
To the editor: Columnist George Skelton complains that gasoline taxes are being diverted to fund rail, public transit, bicycle paths and pedestrian mobility. Public transit passengers, bicycle riders pedestrians