There’s something fishy going on with the striped bass and it could have major implications on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Sun-Maid Growers, the Fresno-based raisin and dried fruit processor, announced major changes to its leadership Monday.
The U.S. Interior Secretary caught flak from Rep. Connie Conway (R–Tulare) for not opening up drought discussions to the Valley’s three Republican lawmakers.
As California’s drought worsens, Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled out a wide-ranging plan aiming to address the state’s long-term water issues.
A Kern County water agency is looking to purchase water from a state contractor located in Kings County.
While farmers are dead-set against it, the push to eliminate secret ballot elections in farm union voting has surprisingly attracted the backing of Fresno’s Roman Catholic Diocese.
A top Calif. drought official blasted Gov. Gavin Newsom and fellow water officials for not enacting more severe cuts, saying they “rolled over.”
A pricey idea to move more water south to the San Joaquin Valley and Los Angeles is back on the table. Here’s what has changed since Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan.