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  • ... who brought Los Angeles out of the desert and founded the water system which became the LA DWP. Catherine Mulholland passed away on ... drawing on KCET's extensive archive of Southern California news , culture and public affairs, we'll seek to inform current events by ...
  • There are news aggregators, but is there one for social causes? Yes there is, ... that void. [scald=23022:kl_image_original_context] Most news aggregators harvest the internet for topics you are interested in, and ... For instance, if a person is inspired to act by reading a news story, we think that the faster and easier we can make it for that ...
  • ... toward changing a city's perspective on dealing with its water crisis -- but it didn't do so without some initial bumps. ... wasn't that. It took decisive steps forward in addressing water quality. In 1999, the Environmental Protection Agency enforced the ...
  • ... into the San Joaquin River, which for decades had so much water diverted from its bed to water crops that it often ran dry for a ... on December 31, may bring spring-run Chinook salmon back to the San Joaquin River system for the first time in more than 60 ... a dead zone for all things aquatic. A little bit of good news to start the year. ...
  • ... being asked to produce proof of property rights dating back to the 19th century. The reason? If their properties adjoin natural ... Court of California ruled for the riparians. It took forty years for riparians to win so big they lost. A 1926 decision in favor ...
  • ... West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which seems to be adding more water than we'd expected to the world's oceans. According to that study, ... and a half feet — by 2100. As it turns out, that recent news might already be obsolete, and far too optimistic. In a presentation at ...
  • ... Mountain, butterflies went head-to-head with bulldozers. Forty years later the battle still rages. ... its way from the icy northern seas to the Antarctic (and back again), a round trip of nearly 45,000 miles; or the Gray whale, which ... the northern end of the Santa Cruz range: some were beaten back , others finessed, and still others generated compromises that continue ...
  • In a wide-ranging interview with the Daily News , Mayor Villaragosa, in the face of many obvious city problems, declares ... remains convinced only better days are ahead.As he looks back over the past year, Villaraigosa sees successes dating back to ...
  • Water , and how and how much we'll pay for it, is back on the city's agenda, with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's plan to ... environment will remain degraded.In other DWP and money news , the Daily News is mad at Villaraigosa for trying to get around the ...
  • ... with Siempre Agua, a three-part piece that will bring water from the L.A. River through a ditch, water wheel, and, a wetlands ... mastermind behind the Not a Cornfield project some years back . Not only that, but Bon is working with a team of experts to help her ...

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