In its announcement, the Feds said that California’s high-speed rail program failed to comply with its 2010 agreement and make reasonable progress.
Cal Fire announced on Wednesday that the Camp Fire, the deadliest fire in California’s history, was caused by electrical transmission lines owned by Pacific Gas & Electric Company.
The tech company asked a Virginia court to dismiss the $250 million lawsuit, arguing that Nunes should have sued it in San Francisco.
Megan Goin, a trustee who ousted one of two Los Banos school board members ensnared in a bribery probe, resigned due to lack of affordable housing.
The latest legislative offering from Rep. Josh Harder (D-Turlock) is putting an emotional north Valley killing back in the spotlight. …
Ian LeMay will take the helm of the grower group from former Rep. George Radanovich (R-Mariposa), who joined the association as its chief in 2016.
Dorothy Leland, the third chancellor for the University of California, Merced, announced on Monday she was stepping down effective Aug. 15.
The Fresno County District Attorney’s Office met with the Fresno Unified trustee on Friday. Following the meeting, Islas tweeted she was cleared.
Growers have responded saying that the decision is putting them behind foreign competitors, where the pesticide is freely used, and the ban was based on flawed research.
Brandvold tailored his 45-minute address around a number of major accomplishments he secured over the course of his tenure at the helm of the City.