Cap and trade puts a limit on carbon emissions and requires polluters to obtain permits to release greenhouse gases.
Now in their 33rd year, the San Joaquin County Agricultural Hall of Fame recognizes those who have contributed to agriculture and to the community in significant ways.
“The Rapidly Changing Bee Scene” will be among the presentations at the Western Apicul
California’s Department of Water Resources has certified that Gov. Jerry Brown’s propo
The Senate is scheduled to vote Monday night on the nomination of Bernhardt, a lawyer and Interior official under President George W. Bush.
The fire was 45 percent contained, but officials said it could take crews another two weeks to fully surround it.
California’s quota system came about in the late 1960s as a means to compensate milk producers selling into the higher Class I market and gain their support for establishing a state marketing order.
More than 3,800 firefighters were battling the blaze that has forced almost 5,000 people from homes.
More than 3,000 firefighters are battling the 5-day-old blaze that has scorched 109 square miles.
Officials at the San Joaquin Valley air district say they can't meet some federal standards, so they're seizing upon Donald Trump's election to wage a campaign against enforcement of ever-tightening rules
Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders managed to extend California's cap-and-trade law thanks in part to tax breaks that benefit businesses and agriculture
A wildfire burning in the rugged mountains outside of Yosemite National Park has destroyed eight structures and damaged another as it rages toward a Gold Rush era town
Highway 1 remains closed in the north near Big Sur Station and south in the Salmon Creek area due to another massive landslide.
The Pacific Legal Foundation filed suit against Marin County and the California Coastal Commission on behalf of a turkey farmer who says the county’s permit requirements could prevent him from retiring if he builds his son a house on his property.