The Salton Sea, a vast expanse of saltwater in the desert northeast of San Diego, was created by an epic flood in 1905. Today it's in trouble, a victim of Southern California's endless quest for water. Recent deals to transfer water to thirsty cities in the Southland could be the demise of the Salton Sea, and a threat to the health of those who live nearby. Reporter: Sam Harnett
In the latest episode of our occasional series on volunteers in California, we meet Laura Jaeger. She's a retired entrepreneur from Oakland who teaches art at Creative Growth, an art center for developmentally disabled adults. Reporter: Liz Reid
End Music: "Turkish March" by the Fishtank Ensemble, from the album "Samurai Over Serbia"