The recent drought years have often left drivers on Interstate Five wondering what happened to Shasta Lake. The bridges that cross arms of the lake are often high above the water line, and it can be hard to even see water and boats.
But a plan to raise the height of Shasta Dam by 18 feet is still on the table, in fact got recent funding for design and engineering work. The move is applauded by Westlands Water District and other water agencies.
But the dam-raising plan is condemned by Friends of the River and other groups.
Tom Birmingham of WWD joined us.