Mojave will soon be home to California’s first-ever inland port, supporting supply chain woes by handling of incoming goods from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
It’s not the first time the poultry giant has disputed the amount of property taxes it was required to pay.
The proposed increase, tied to similar increases in LA and San Francisco, would have raised the price of a newly-built home by at least $500.
Rural California counties, with lots of land, sunshine, and wind, are the focal point for massive green energy projects. Now, they’re at the epicenter of statewide controversy. Here’s why.
The FDA is beginning to punish one-time hand sanitizer producers over the inclusion of a byproduct allowable in food and wine in their sanitizer.
One of California’s major insurance companies appears to be bringing in-person operations in the state to a grinding halt.
Facing a cash crunch, Faraday Future is pushing back the start of production and deliveries of its long-awaited debut vehicle, the FF91.
California’s largest labor lobby is hoping to give the battered United Farmworkers a leg-up, despite less-than-friendly relations with Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The Bakersfield bakery faces a suit from state regulators for violating a key civil rights law by denying a wedding cake to a lesbian couple.
Hamstrung by a court ruling that has halted quick permitting of oil production sites in the south Valley, Kern officials are winding up a pitch to make things easier and get oil flowing again.