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California beehive heists lead to felony charges
The men charged with possessing more than 1,200 stolen beehives could each spend more than a decade in jail if convicted.

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Study: Drought, price slide took toll on NE California ag economy
Study: Drought, price slide took toll on NE California ag economy
Agricultural production in northeastern California was worth about $4.2 billion in 2015, down by nearly 9 percent from the previous year, according to a California State University-Chico researcher.
Fleet of aircraft helps crews fighting California wildfire
Crews are contending with another day of oppressive heat as they try to beat back a 1,200-acre wildfire in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles
California sets cherry record; big Washington crop rolling
California sets cherry record; big Washington crop rolling
California has set a new record of 9.7 million 18-pound boxes of cherries in a season just ending. The Pacific Northwest is just starting and could top its 23.2 million 20-pound box record of 2014.
Cattlemen to urge Trump to reconsider monuments that impact grazing
Cattlemen to urge Trump to reconsider monuments that impact grazing
Producers whose grazing operations have been impacted by monument designations are urged to call the California Cattlemen’s Association at (916) 444-0845.
Farmer seeks settlement in Clean Water Act case
Farmer seeks settlement in Clean Water Act case
An attorney for farmer John Duarte says he has been in talks with senior U.S. Justice Department officials about resolving a case in which the government claims Duarte deep-ripped wetlands to plant wheat and is seeking $2.8 million in fines.
Experts outline nonlethal measures to prevent wolf depredation
Experts outline nonlethal measures to prevent wolf depredation
Livestock producers, government officials and university researchers detailed a half-dozen nonlethal measures that ranchers could use to prevent wolf attacks.
Trust between state, ranchers elusive as wolves populate N. California
Trust between state, ranchers elusive as wolves populate N. California
Ranchers peppered state Department of Fish and Wildlife officials with questions during a workshop on wolf-livestock conflicts, as landowners contend wildlife managers are often too slow to notify them of danger from nearby wolves.
Snowbound California roads still getting a major plow job
Crews have been digging, blowing and blasting for months — and the work is not finished.
California aims to quash immigration detention growth
The proposal is the latest in a series of moves by California lawmakers aimed at protecting immigrants.
California firms up marijuana rules, will allow deliveries
By 2018, state officials must have crafted regulations and rules governing the emerging legal marijuana market.

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