LOS ANGELES -- Warm, dry winds are blowing across much of California on Wednesday, where 95 percent of the state is in severe drought. In some regions every drop of water is precious, and one city is on the ball.
In the midst of California's historic drought its perhaps the most unusual way yet to save water, dumping tens of thousands of plastic balls into a Los Angeles reservoir. The plastic balls join millions more already floating there.
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