Water & Drought

March 14, 2016 6:50 PM

California’s biggest reservoirs recover, putting water limits in question

Shasta, Oroville reach average levels for first time since 2013

State’s top regulator is optimistic that emergency cutbacks may be relaxed

Officials to decide in May whether to ease 25 percent urban cut

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