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Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado is a reporter for the PBS NewsHour out of Fresno. Follow him on Twitter @cres_guez
Officials representing minority groups say historic underrepresentation of people of color in the voting process is a challenge they’re hoping to address in this election -- both getting them out and making sure their voices are heard. …
California’s re-emerging drought is placing unprecedented strain on the state's intricate water system, threatening mass agricultural production and basic drinking water in a way experts say is more severe than in years past.
California’s worsening drought is putting a strain on the web of rivers and canals that course through the nation’s most populous state and provide drinking water for millions of residents.
There are some 132,000 immigrants from Afghanistan living in the U.S., and many fear for their family and friends back home following the Taliban's takeover of the country. PBS NewsHour spoke with Afghan Americans about what it's been like to…
Data on heat deaths is sparse and undercounted, making it difficult to predict the impact of climate change as temperatures continue to rise.
Farmworkers in the United States facing mounting threats as temperatures rise with climate change, but they have little protection.
As millions of Americans across the Pacific Northwest and the Southeast are under heat advisories, extreme weather and its sometimes fatal implications are raising questions about whether infrastructure could help provide some relief. …
This poses a particular threat for areas like Fresno, California, which is disproportionately affected by pollution year-round.
One day last month, water in the community of Teviston, about 66 miles south of Fresno, suddenly stopped flowing. The town’s services office fielded calls from residents who said their taps ran dry, and when city…
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