The city’s ambitious Pure Water project aims to combat drought and harsh economics with reclaimed wastewater. But first, the public will have to get used to the idea.
Local leaders learned how to take action when Washington couldn’t. Now they’re betting those efforts can survive an age of science-denying federal overlords.
As the crossing at San Ysidro-Tijuana undergoes a major expansion, advocates are pushing for more cycling infrastructure throughout the border zone.
Across the border, I found a vibrant scene that helped me appreciate California.
A survey of mountain snowpack has revealed below-average water content.
Drifts as deep as 16 feet rest atop the Sierra Nevadas.
The state’s two largest reservoirs have finally exceeded their historical averages.
El Niño could roar back to life in March, potentially dropping more than 100 inches of snow on the mountains.
The three-inch wonders fell Saturday during a severe thunderstorm north of San Francisco.
Locals in La Jolla have long complained the fetid smell hurts business.
It’s been a week of savage weather on the West Coast.
Residents of Coronado, California, marched out a series of absurd anti-bike arguments that somehow won the day.
It’s pretty bleak below.
But the rash of foul weather probably won't do much to help the state's drought.
In just the past few years, a suburb of San Diego has become a national destination for beer brewers and connoisseurs.
And could strengthen climate policies in California cities for years to come.
They're especially bright in the suburbs, says NASA.
The brand new Quartyard pop-up is a sign of changing attitudes in what has been a more traditional planning culture.
The worst-case scenario means endless fires, impotent rescue services, and no water for months.
Probably not, though the oceanic storm could bring "life-threatening flash flooding" to the region.