Drought Hits California's Already Tight Water Supply California is in the midst of its driest spring on record. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last week declared a drought — the first in nearly 20 years. Now California residents who have been living on a dwindling supply of water are being urged to conserve even more.
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Drought Hits California's Already Tight Water Supply

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Drought Hits California's Already Tight Water Supply

Drought Hits California's Already Tight Water Supply

Drought Hits California's Already Tight Water Supply

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California is in the midst of its driest spring on record. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last week declared a drought — the first in nearly 20 years. Now California residents who have been living on a dwindling supply of water are being urged to conserve even more.

Andrew Phelps reports from member station KPBS in San Diego.