It turns out that California hasn't been this dry in 500 years. Scientists have examined tree rings and found that the High Sierra's winter snowpack was the smallest it's been in centuries.
Marck Pollock, 39, just took his first steps in four years. He was paralyzed from the waist down after falling from a second-story window in 2010. Yet with the help of a robotic exoskeleton developed by scientists at UCLA, he's walking again.
The West Coast may be in danger of sea level rise. Researchers have found that the uplift rates across the Pacific Coast of the U.S. and northern Mexico have been overestimated by an average of more than 40 percent.
For the first time in years, northern California has its very own wolf pack. Researchers have spotted seven wolves in southern Siskiyou County this month, which shows that the wolf population may be rebounding.
It turns out that climate change may have worsened California's drought.
Researchers have found that as residents in California continue pumping groundwater, the land is actually sinking faster than ever before--nearly 2 inches per month in some locations.
The California drought is still impacting the state in some major ways. Now, researchers have announced that millennia-old sequoias may be in danger due to the ongoing drought conditions.
California wildfires are a major issue this year and now, researchers are taking a closer look at the swathe of devastation they leave behind. Scientists have now found that southern plant species are shifting northward due to the fires.
California is still in the midst of a long-term drought. But what is causing this drought in the first place? That's a good question.
Mysterious booms have plagued the residents of El Dorado County in California for some time now. While some have speculated what the cause of these booms has been, it's remained a mystery until now.
An unprecedented bloom of toxic algae that spans the Pacific Coast of the United States and Canada has travelled all the way to Alaska.