Daniel Potter

Copyright 2015 KQED Public Media. To see more, visit http://www.kqed.org . Transcript AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Water restrictions in California impact daily life in all kinds of way - no car washing, no glass of water as you sit down at a restaurant, no watering the lawn and no green landscaping. And that's a concern for people who run cemeteries. Some worry about family members finding dry, parched grass on the plots of their loved ones. From member station KQED in San Francisco, Daniel Potter...

A man-made bat cave in Tennessee is looking for tenants. An hour northwest of Nashville, the artificial cave is built to give thousands of bats a haven from a devastating infection called white-nose syndrome. Millions of bats in the Northeast have died from the infection since it first showed up a few years ago. The culprit is an invasive fungus that grows in caves. When bats hibernate inside, they wake up with faces covered in white fuzz and often wind up starving or freezing to death. "It's...