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Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado is a reporter for the PBS NewsHour out of Fresno. Follow him on Twitter @cres_guez
As California enters a fourth year of drought, running water is becoming an increasing worry for communities in the San Joaquin Valley.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., provided evidence that appears to show the U.S. Secret Service and other agencies had advance information that there could be violence on Jan. 6.
She stated that Donald Trump was “personally and directly involved” in efforts to overturn the 2020 election, and that his actions were “part of a coordinated, multi-part plan to ensure that he stayed in power.”…
The committee returned to its public-facing work after nearly three months, having rescheduled the current hearing two weeks ago in light of Hurricane Ian.
The rural, scattered community of Squaw Valley could soon have its name changed, but residents disagree over what that would mean.
Last year, a study published in Nature Sustainability found that it may be possible to tap into the network of public water delivery canals as a way to both conserve water and advance the state’s renewable energy efforts.
A plan to transform the region into a destination for manufacturing and transportation jobs is getting a boost.
In places like California's Mariposa County, the climate disaster is converging with a housing shortage brought on by a historical lack of home-building and affordability concerns that aren’t meeting needs across the state.
In California, the formerly incarcerated are a growing population on college campuses, and university support programs are crucial to guiding those who are released from facilities like state prisons and would like to enter university.
The findings have put a spotlight on the legacy of fossil fuel production in the county, and, in the face of climate change-linked disasters like drought, heat waves and wildfires, is spurring groups to push for regulators to curb methane…
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