While Washington and Sacramento attempt to cook up new rules for water deliveries in California, a stopgap plan submitted to a Federal judge is catching heat for being developed behind closed doors.
A California judge has declined to validate a contract granting permanent access to federally controlled water for the nation’s largest agricultural water supplier.
Over the course of two days during the atmospheric river storms, incredible amounts of water in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta flushed out to the ocean. Here’s how much could have been used in the Valley.
Environmentalists and a pair of Delta water agencies are doubling down their fight to halt water transfers tot he Valley by targeting a newly-extended water transfer period.