While we're waiting around for a giant earthquake to rip the Golden State from the mainland, we thought we'd take a look at what the United States would lose without California.
Some 200 homes were under evacuation orders in Riverside County.
A dire, record low snowpack in California has set the state up for worse impacts from its four-year drought.
California announced sweeping state-wide water restrictions for the first time in history to combat the region's devastating drought.
California, the world's bread basket, is in the midst of a four-year drought - its worst in a scary-long time. What does it mean for the golden state, and could the same be in store for the rest of the U.S.?
The risk of a major earthquake hitting California in the next 30 years has risen dramatically, according to improved forecasting techniques.
The hot West, cold East divide continued for a second winter, but heat was the bigger story this year.
About 100 birds in the San Francisco Bay area have died from hypothermia after being covered in a mysterious goo.
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