A Central Valley truck driver has been busted for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of pounds of pistachios from a Tulare facility and reselling them.
Valadao’s bill aims to tackle immediate water needs as state and Federal water officials halted water deliveries, while also building off of five years of progress on water storage projects.
The bill is a top priority for legislators on both side of the aisle in the San Joaquin Valley along with local water officials at improving access.
After suspending water deliveries to farmers across the Central Valley, Federal water managers cemented their allocation at 0%, the Bureau of Reclamation announced.
A Valley Congressional candidate is wagering that declaring a bait fish as extinct will open up water flows to farms. Is it really that simple?
The message from the House Natural Resources Committee hearing was clear: California’s current drought is a product of poor policies over the last several decades.