The future of California’s last – arguably most critical – nuclear plant is in flux. Californians, however, are decidedly in support of keeping it open, a new survey finds.
Tulare is looking for a second-layer of revenue from pot shops and cannabis growers operating in the south Valley city.
Cannabis is back on the menu for Visalia.
Here’s when California regulators eying to mandate new home construction be all-electric, eschewing gas stoves and other appliances.
A judge has allowed for the sale of Trails End Mobile Home to Harmony Communities, concluding a lengthy legal battle for control of a troubled trailer park.
Californians hoping for financial relief from high gas prices might have to keep waiting.
California energy officials warned the state may be at risk of blackouts for the next three summers due to power supply shortages and extreme weather.
Simply put, California is far too behind in our production of energy to meet its lofty goals. It’s why our lone remaining nuclear power plant has returned to the forefront, writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Porterville) writes.
Hundreds of drivers in the south Valley lined up for a bit of relief from gas prices thanks to a local church.
The campaign to suspend California’s highest-in-the-nation gas tax (or 51-cents per gallon) faces stiff resistance from Democratic leaders in the Legislature.