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California’s water troubles continue
The surge released from Don Pedro Dam into the Tuolumne River in the foothills east of Modesto was expected to reach overtopped levees later in the day.

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Bill seeks to end ‘duplicative’ pesticide permits
Bill seeks to end ‘duplicative’ pesticide permits
Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo has introduced legislation to end a requirement that pesticide applications over or in waterways be permitted by the federal Clean Water Act.
Idaho bill puts court decision on stock watering rights into state law
Idaho lawmakers will consider legislation that would put into state law an Idaho Supreme Court decision on who owns in-stream stock watering rights on federal land.
Water managers lay out Idaho’s water issues
Water managers lay out Idaho’s water issues
Returning the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer aquifer to a sustainable level is a monumental task that must be achieved.
Watchdog agency staff rejects farm group’s complaint against What’s Upstream
PDC-What's Upstream breaking news
WSDA estimates ‘15 drought damage topped $700 million
WSDA estimates ‘15 drought damage topped $700 million
Washington Department of Agriculture estimates the 2015 drought caused between $633 million and $773 million in economic damages
New storms test California dam spillway repairs
New storms test California dam spillway repairs
Officials raced to drain more water from a lake behind battered Oroville Dam as new storms began rolling into Northern California on Wednesday and tested the quick repairs made to damaged spillways that raised flood fears
Oregon water regulators propose third transaction fee hike
Oregon water regulators propose third transaction fee hike
Oregon’s water regulators have proposed raising fees for water rights transactions for the third time since 2009.
Workers rush repairs at dam as storm approaches
The Department of Water Resources wants to drop the reservoir’s level 50 feet overall by Sunday.
Official sides with Georgia over Florida in water lawsuit
A judicial official is siding with Georgia in a decades-long dispute with Florida over water rights, recommending that the U.S. Supreme Court refuse Florida's request to cap Georgia's use
Strong Idaho snowpack triggers cloud seeding suspension
Strong Idaho snowpack triggers cloud seeding suspension
Idaho Power Co. has suspended its cloud seeding, already having an ample mountain snowpack.

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