A motion filed Tuesday by the State of California aims to suspend the new Federal water regulations and revert back to those in place for the last decade.
In the history of California’s oft-combative water wars, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new plan achieved something unprecedented: it incited universal scorn.
The Newsom administration announced plans competing with Trump administration environmental rules, reorienting its share of managing the Delta.
Trump capped a decade-long movement to halt water diversions to the Pacific Ocean and send more of the precious resource to Valley communities and farms.
President Donald Trump sat down in Bakersfield to sign a key piece of paper. What does it mean for the Central Valley’s water future?
The era of insanity at the Interior Department is over, so said Interior Secretary David Bernhardt during a forum at Tulare’s International Agri-Center.
Six days before Air Force One touches down in the Valley, there’s plenty of unknowns – starting with what President …
The two reps voted to grant House Dems the power to investigate and potentially nullify the Trump administration’s plan to boost the Valley’s water supply.
As House Democrats pine for an opportunity to dig into the Interior Department, two Valley Congressmen face a tough choice between water and party support.
Councilmen Luis Chavez and Garry Bredefeld want to give Fresno businesses in certain parts of town an option when it comes to combating theft and vandalism.