As drought conditions continue to worsen in California, state authorities now have to deal with another growing threat: water theft.
California Gov. Jerry Brown is attempting to crack down on water wasters, calling for hefty fines for people who violate water restrictions in the midst of a devastating, statewide drought.
On "Cashin' In" today, Eric Bolling said that California's massive water problem isn't California’s problem alone.
William La Jeunesse continued his reporting this morning on the devastating California drought, which has led to Gov. Jerry Brown issuing mandatory restrictions on water use.
California extended strict controls on water usage Tuesday, a few days after a NASA scientist warned that the state currently has only one year of water left in its reservoirs.
On America’s Newsroom today, Bill Hemmer reported that some California towns are hiring “water cops” to deal with citizens who do not comply with mandatory water restrictions amidst a historic, state-wide drought.
Some extraordinary efforts are underway to avert a fishing disaster in California, where wildlife officials are trying to save millions of baby salmon from dying amid the state's severe drought. Claudia Cowan reported from Rio Vista this morning on how officials are attempting to get the salmon from their hatcheries in northern California to the Pacific Ocean.