A moderate storm with rain and cooler temperatures is expected in California beginning Wednesday, the National Weather Service predicts.
Almond experts attribute much of the rising popularity of their commodity among consumers to health
A glacier holding pockets of water either shifted or melted, releasing water down the southeastern side of Mt. Shasta.
Rancher Joe Pozzi raises sheep and markets the wool through added value products.
The harvest of early walnut varieties is under way in California, and growers are expecting a record overall crop.
Wayne Allen Huntsman, 37, was being held Thursday night on $10 million bail in El Dorado County Jail and was scheduled to be arraigned on Friday.
A group of growers and scientists is in California this week touting the benefits of genetically modified crops.
Agricultural industry leaders are happy to see the development of fluensulfone, a non-fumigant alternative to methyl bromide approved for controlling nematodes. But it could be awhile before the product is used in the fields, they say.
Wind-driven flames destroyed or damaged 150 structures, a saw mill and a church in Weed, Calif. At times, the fire moved so fast that residents had only a few minutes to get out of the way.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Sept. 16 it is withdrawing its 2012 request to remove Endangered Species Act protections for the valley elderberry longhorn beetle. The agency is citing new scientific reviews that led to its decision.
A National Agrcultural Statistics Service official in California is defending the agency's crop estimates after California Citrus Mutual became the latest of several commodity organizations to say that NASS projection for their crop was too high.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a package of legislation giving the state sweeping new controls over groundwater use in California. The bills set deadlines for establishing and implementing management plans in various groundwater basins.
Biomass energy facilities in California have filed a lawsuit that claims the U.S. Treasury owes them about $22 million.
Additional firefighters have been brought in to battle the fire near the community of Pollock Pines, about 60 miles east of Sacramento.