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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom has crafted himself as a data-driven governor, letting the facts dictate what has been a largely cautious approach to public safety amid the coronav…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of protesters rallied outside the state Capitol on Saturday to protest against California's stay-at-home orders even as residents entered the Memorial Day we…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California's unemployment rate nearly tripled to 15.5% in April as the nation's most populous state lost more jobs in one month than it did during the Great Recession…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — As California moves through its methodical four-step process for reopening, some counties are pushing the boundaries by bypassing the state’s orders or refusing to en…

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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WASHINGTON (AP) — The House is pushing toward a Friday vote on the next coronavirus aid package, as Speaker Nancy Pelosi encourages Congress to “go big” with aid to cash-strapped states and st…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The most significant reopening of the California economy during the coronavirus pandemic started Friday with tens of thousands of businesses cleared to open with limi…

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s first cases of elk hoof disease have been discovered in two animals in a herd of Roosevelt elk that live in Del Norte County, the state Department of Fis…

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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 …

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Oregon, Washington and California announced Monday that they've agreed to work together on responding to the coronavirus pandemic, though the agreement does not commit the states to common actions.

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Demand for lamb, wool and pelts is tanking in response to the coronavirus pandemic, industry representatives say, and prices are following suit.

As a cooperative extension specialist with the University of California-Davis, Sahap Kaan Kurtural leverages artificial intelligence to enable vineyard managers to optimize irrigation without …

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As coronavirus continues to spread rapidly across the Northwest, the pandemic is threatening to exacerbate an already critical labor shortage for farms and food processors.

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A cold snap following a warmer than normal winter is damaging Washington’s 2020 tree fruit crops, particularly cherries and apricots in the south central part of the state.

It appears an end to California’s long-standing quota program is just a matter of time. The question is whether it’ll be a sudden death or a gradual expiration.

As Klamath County became the first in Oregon to officially declare drought in 2020, hundreds of local farmers and ranchers are bracing for what could be one of the most difficult water years i…

Tensions are running high in California’s dairy communities over quota, a state program that assesses all Grade A milk producers to pay some of them a premium on their milk.

In a filing to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Feb. 28, the Klamath River Renewal Corp. estimates full dam removal will cost $446 million — within the project's $450 million budget.

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has granted a petition from the Stop QIP Tax Coalition for a public hearing to consider terminating the state’s Quota Implementation Plan.