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A Superior Court judge in California has shut down an effort to halt California’s quota program, which assesses all Grade A milk producers to pay a premium to quota holders.

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BANNING, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles that has forced thousands of people from their homes was sparked by a malfunctioning diesel vehicle, fire officials said Monday.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom has appealed directly to investor Warren Buffett to support demolishing four hydroelectric dams on a river along the Oregon-California border to save salmo…

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The judge said the petition challenging California’s quota program is legally defective and should not move forward.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — As coronavirus cases spike in California's Central Valley, the state will send “strike teams" to help staff hospitals in the vast agricultural region and spend $52 mi…

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Sierra Club apologized Wednesday for racist remarks its founder, naturalist John Muir, made more then a century ago as the influential environmental group grapples with …

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Attorneys general in 20 states and the District of Columbia sued the Trump administration on Tuesday, alleging that new federal rules undermine their ability to protect rivers, lakes and strea…

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A coalition of states, environmentalists and American Indians on Monday renewed its push to stop the Trump administration from selling coal from public lands after a pre…

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Federal regulators on Thursday threw a significant curveball at a coalition that has been planning for years to demolish four massive hydroelectric dams on a river along the Oregon-California …

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — As the coronavirus swept California with renewed ferocity, the governor once again closed bars, inside dining and, for much of the state, gyms, indoor church services…

After a five-year search with multimillion-dollar grants, scientists at the University of California-Riverside announced last week they have discovered a naturally-occurring treatment for a fa…

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Interior Secretary David Bernhardt spent the day in Klamath Falls Thursday to see for himself what could be done to help find a long- term solution to water disputes in the Klamath Basin.

Because of COVID-19, poinsettia growers say they are facing an uncertain market this year. Some nurseries are maintaining production levels, many are downsizing and others aren't growing poins…

The coronavirus pandemic has made for some wild times in dairy markets, which in turn have led to significant downturns in U.S. milk production.

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Customers old and new count down the days to the opening of the drive-thru cornstand that Gisler Farms is famous for.

In the three weeks since USDA opened applications for its $16 billion farm aid program, the department has disbursed $2.9 billion in direct payments to more than 220,000 farmers nationwide who…

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Officials say the bees could be worth more than $200,000, and the suspect has likely victimized more than 30 people across California, Washington, Montana, Idaho and Oregon.

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Tractors and trucks from across the region rumbled through Klamath Falls Friday on their way to the "Shut Down and Fed Up" rally where speakers called for a revamping of the way water is allocated.

West Coast sweet cherry crops appear light this year, with California halfway through harvest and Washington about to start.

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Oregon, Washington and 17 other states can sue the Trump administration over revisions to the Endangered Species Act, a federal judge ruled Monday.

Farmers can start applying for $16 billion in agricultural aid on May 26, said Agriculture Secretary Sony Perdue during a Monday night virtual "rural town hall."

Four West Coast farms in California, Oregon and Washington were selected Wednesday among 15 recipients nationwide for a 2020 grant supporting small, independent farms.

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U.S. retailers are experiencing garlic shortages and prices are spiking during the COVID-19 shutdowns. Growers say the pandemic was the final nudge on a row of dominos that moved the market.

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Restrictions on daily life may continue for many months and won’t be totally lifted until cases of COVID-19 steadily fall and states are able to test, treat, track and quarantine more people t…

Restrictions on daily life may endure for many months and won't be totally lifted until cases of COVID-19 steadily fall and states are able to test, treat, track and quarantine more people to …