Warm winter weather has sped up the closure of several Tahoe-area ski resorts, and the drought is forcing resort operators to find new attractions to lure tourists.
Warm winter weather has sped up the closure of several Tahoe-area ski resorts, and the drought is forcing resort operators to find new attractions to lure tourists. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee file
Warm winter weather has sped up the closure of several Tahoe-area ski resorts, and the drought is forcing resort operators to find new attractions to lure tourists. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee file
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AM Alert: California water officials lead briefing on state drought response

April 08, 2015 11:00 PM

UPDATED April 09, 2015 06:00 AM

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