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The West that you and I know and love has more than its share of crackpots and nincompoops. Jowls tremble as their latest cockamamie idea about the world curls itself around their brainstems like flesh-eating centipedes. Then, of course every two
Yosemite area artists are currently preparing for two special events this weekend. Today the Yosemite Holiday Craft Bazaar is taking place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Held in the Curry Village Dining Hall, this annual fund-raiser is sponsored by Yosemite
This became very evident a few years ago when it was suggested in a series of Bee articles, among other places that San Francisco should give up its exclusive water supply from the Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park, allowing it to be
After years of sporadic negotiations, U.S. and Mexican officials Tuesday are set to sign a major agreement aimed at improving binational cooperation over the Colorado River. Under the five-year deal, regional water agencies in Southern California,
A water main broke in San Francisco's Sunset District Thursday afternoon, a fire department spokeswoman said. The main break was reported shortly before 3:30 p.m. on Quintara Street between 27th and 28th avenues, fire spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge said.
Most of the state's major reservoirs are at below-average storage levels. California was helped this summer because those same reservoirs were filled to the top by a wet winter in the early months of 2011. Such was not the case January through March
A Superior Court judge has expedited the San Diego County Water Authority's challenge to the Metropolitan Water District by allowing two separate water rate lawsuits to be pursued simultaneously...Kramer said he would coordinate the agency's two
Team 10 examined how the regional agency that sends water to southern California spent ratepayer money over a five-month period. The findings include employee reimbursements approved despite lost receipts, thousands of dollars spent on flying an
With only vote-by-mail ballots counted, San Francisco voters were overwhelmingly rejecting Proposition F, a plan to take the first steps toward draining Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and drastically revamping the way much of the Bay Area gets its water.
The century-old battle over the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir moves to the San Francisco ballot next month with a measure that could determine the future of the system that has provided the city's water since 1934. Proposition F would require the city to