Can squeezing more rain out of storms help end CA drought?

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A cloud seeding site is seen outside of Santa Barbara, California. Ground-based systems have largely replaced aerial seeding, which is more costly and comes with a larger carbon footprint. Photo courtesy of Garrett Cammans/North American Weather Consultants.

SoCal water agencies are investing in cloud seeding programs to squeeze more moisture out of their winter storms. But playing rain god has risks and limitations.

Some truck drivers live full-time — and cook — in their big rigs, driving across the country to keep the supply chain going.

The human body is the focus of two artists with shows up in LA right now: Nevine Mahmoud at M+B and Julia Phillips at Matthew Marks Gallery.