People try to catch fish along the Sacramento River near Courtland in February. A $15.7 billion tunnel project promoted by Gov. Jerry Brown to build giant pipes underground to ship water south from this river which feeds the Delta, is splitting farmers and politicians throughout the state.
People try to catch fish along the Sacramento River near Courtland in February. A $15.7 billion tunnel project promoted by Gov. Jerry Brown to build giant pipes underground to ship water south from this river which feeds the Delta, is splitting farmers and politicians throughout the state. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file
People try to catch fish along the Sacramento River near Courtland in February. A $15.7 billion tunnel project promoted by Gov. Jerry Brown to build giant pipes underground to ship water south from this river which feeds the Delta, is splitting farmers and politicians throughout the state. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press file

Jerry Brown plunges ahead on twin tunnels

December 20, 2016 05:02 PM