The Lolo Peak Fire has burned 23.5 square miles of timber.
With recreational marijuana use just months away from being legal in California, Los Angeles has appointed a so-called cannabis czar tasked with regulating the local pot industry
Crews fighting a fire in Yosemite National Park are attempting to guide the flames deeper into the wilderness and away from a small community
An animal welfare organization says it has rescued more than 1,000 llamas, horses, cows, goats, chickens and other animals from an illegal boarding facility in Northern Calfornia
The California Department of Food and Agriculture is offering nearly $7 million in competitive grants to assist farmers and ranchers with such soil health projects as composting, planting cover crops and reducing tillage.
January water levels at Lake Mead are expected to be 8 feet above the point that triggers a drought-shortage declaration
Farmer John Duarte has agreed to pay $330,000 in civil penalties and purchase $770,000 worth of mitigation credits to resolve a federal lawsuit after he was accused of plowing wetlands on his property in Tehama County, Calif.
Almond Alliance of California president Kelly Covello complains there hasn’t been an increase in recent Farm Bills for such initiatives as the Market Access Program and the Foreign Market Development Program.
The ShakeAlert system could give people seconds or up to a minute of warning.
The first in a series of meetings sponsored by the California Public Lands Council will focus on wolf management and other issues faced by ranchers with public lands allotments.
Tracking legal weed from the fields and greenhouses where it’s grown to the shops where it’s sold is their main protective measure so far.
A Capital Press representative was looking for people to sell subscriptions at the Oregon State Fair in 2013 “so I signed up,” said Austin Miller, who is now program coordinator of communications for the California Foundation for...
Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Calif., is questioning the degree to which state Department of Water Resources officials want to drain Lake Oroville this winter to accommodate reconstruction of the dam’s spillways.
Regulators in Kern County, Calif., penalized two farms after their treatments with chlorpyrifos and sulfur, respectively, drifted into an area where workers were harvesting cabbage.