California's second largest reservoir, Lake Oroville, is less than half full, May 25, 2015.
Published on May 25, 2015
A chicken is pictured on the Primal Pastures farm in Murrieta, May 25, 2015.
A pig on the Primal Pastures farm in Murrieta gets up close, May 25, 2015.
Paul Grieves shows his 2-year-old son one of the chicks on his Murrieta farm, Primal Pastures, May 25, 2015.
On May 25, 2015, Paul Grieves pets two of the many dogs who protect the sheep, pigs and chickens on his Murrieta farm from predators.
The San Diego State Men's Baseball Team dog-piles on top of pitcher Bubba Derby who recorded the final out of the Mountain West Championship Tournament game on Sunday.
San Diego State Men's Baseball Team embraces the Mountain West Tournament Championship trophy after defeating the New Mexico Lobos 6-4 on Sunday.
A screen grab from the app VizSafe, where users can report things like fallen branches, potholes, and even water wasters to a geotagged map.
A sign encouraging people to save water is displayed at a news conference in Los Angeles. Water use restrictions in California amidst the state's ongoing drought have led to the phenomenon of "droughtshaming," or publicly calling out water wasters.
The Remember the Maine memorial in Veterans Park, next to city hall in East Chicago, Ind.
The remains of the battleship USS Maine, which was blown up in Havana Harbour, triggering the Spanish-American War.
Local records at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library. Students in Yarborough's U.S. History class study these primary documents as part of a yearlong project.
Summar McGee, 16, portrays Old Maddie, a domestic servant who was born in Columbus, Miss., on July 3, 1834.
Jasmine King, 17, gets advice from Yarborough for her performance of Ann Pryell, the daughter of two slaves.
Yarborough with his Tales From The Crypt students in Friendship Cemetery in Columbus, Miss.
Chuck Yarborough, a history teacher in Columbus, Miss., coaches his students during a dress rehearsal for Tales From the Crypt.
Aylin Memeli, 16, researched and portrayed Ella Bishop Westmoreland, a founding member of the local Women's Christian Temperance Union chapter during the late 19th century.
Laurel Lancaster, 16, performs as Sallie Alexander, who helped redefine gender roles for women in the Civil War era.
Caleb Marshall, a junior, portrays William M. Green, a survivor of Camp Douglas, a well-known Union POW camp in Illinois.
Kameron Shook, 17, and Brenna Paola, 17, perform as part of Tales From the Crypt in Friendship Cemetery in Columbus, Miss.
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