Supporters of a gas tax holiday said they have more Democratic support for the measure and may try again to force a floor vote before a Friday deadline.
A trio of Fresno City Council members announced plans to introduce an initiative to support Central Valley veterans in the mold of Clovis’ Veterans Memorial District.
State and regional inspectors found concentrations of methane in the air around some of the east Bakersfield wells at levels considered potentially explosive.
The bill, now law, required some bending of CEQA – the state’s strict environmental review law – to ensure tribal casinos could remain operational.
Big tech firms that run Instagram and TikTok could find themselves facing a litany of lawsuits from California parents over the addictiveness of their services.
Brown lawns are on the horizon as California head into summer – but not all turf is on the chopping block.
As drought worsens, Gov. Gavin Newsom threatened Monday to impose mandatory water restrictions if residents don’t use less on their own.
State regulators found a pair of idle wells had “pinhole-sized leaks,” causing alarm for neighbors in east Bakersfield.
A proposed strike by Fresno County correctional officers has been delayed, according to an announcement from Fresno County officials on Friday.
Sen. Melissa Hurtado (D–Bakersfield) joined a call for the Justice Department to review hedge funds’ mass-scale acquisition of water rights in California and the western U.S.