Citrus and vegetable growers pull out all the stops to minimize frost damage to their crops as California is hit by a cold snap.
Officials say the new high-speed rail line is on track despite recent legal setbacks.
Federal officials plan to prosecute a hunter whose illegal fire started a huge wildfire in and near Yosemite National Park.
A California congressman says the state's planned $68 billion high-speed rail project "is dead in the water" after a judge last week tore up state funding plans for the rail line. Rep. Doug LaMalfa will seek other uses for federal funds devoted to the project.
Farmers, water district officials and others pleaded with a California Assembly committee on Dec. 4 to add more water storage in an updated bond measure set to go before voters next November. The panel is holding meetings around the state to gather input.
A pair of free University of California workshops will provide tips on managing soil that promise better crop quality and reduced use of fertilizers and pesticides.
After months of talks, Upper Klamath Basin irrigators and tribal members have reached a water-sharing agreement in principle that includes various restoration projects, stipulated in-stream flows and the permanent retirement of 30,000 acre-feet of water...
Federal officials have been making the case in public hearings that reintroduction programs for the gray wolf have been successful and that the animal no longer needs Endangered Species Act protection. The government is taking comments on its proposed...
As Americans enjoy their holiday feasts, there's a good chance at least one of the items on their table originated from a farm or ranch in California's San Joaquin Valley, the Fresno County Farm Bureau is noting in a media campaign.
A federal inspection has concluded that Northern California's Oroville Dam needs a comprehensive earthquake safety assessment
A state assemblyman will discuss California water issues at a forum in Redding on Dec. 4.
A judge has blocked the sale of bonds that would help pay for construction of California's proposed high-speed train.
The question of whether to remove federal Endangered Species Act protections for the gray wolf elicits strong emotions on both sides of the issue, even within the livestock industry.
A grower group that represents nearly all of the leafy greens produced in California wants the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to accept its audit process as verification of compliance with the proposed new produce safety rule.