The actor has been accused of stealing public water for his spacious ranch.
(AP) A water district has sued Tom Selleck, claiming the star of the crime shows "Magnum, P.I." and "Blue Bloods" stole truckloads of water from a public hydrant and took it to his ranch in drought-stricken California.
So much for the idea of being in it together.
This should be a no-brainer when California is already under mandatory water restrictions during this record drought.
The water is piped across the national forest and loaded on trucks to a plant where it is bottled as Arrowhead 100 percent Mountain Spring Water.
Weather extremes will lead to food and water shortages, an explosion of pandemic diseases, waves of destitute refugees, and violent conflagrations over dwindling natural resources.
A 30-inch water main has broken near UCLA, flooding Westwood Plaza and parts of the university.
State’s drought has forced farmers to rely on groundwater, even as California aquifers have been intentionally polluted due to exemptions for oil industry.
Most communities across the state are still relying on voluntary conservation, and Californians in general have fallen far short of meeting Gov. Jerry Brown’s January call for a 20% cut in water use.
For the first time, scientists have made a specific and definitive link from global warming to extreme weather.
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