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California has been deluged by storms this winter, but fixing the state's severe drought will take more than rain. The state had deeper problems in how it uses water.
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Some Allensworth residents are choosing to stay and protect property despite an evacuation order due to threats of flooding.
Eastern Tulare County communities are continuing to clean up from the series of storms this month that brought flooding.
Farmworking families allege intimidation and questions over immigration status, forcing some families to leave at least two centers in Farmersville and Woodville.
In Tulare County, where reservoirs are at capacity and entire communities are underwater, so are agricultural fields. Almond trees have toppled, dairy herds have had to be relocated, and farmers and farmworkers have been displaced.
As Sierra Nevada floodwaters continue to flow into the San Joaquin Valley, they’re leaving behind a path of destruction.
One in five Sierra Nevada conifers are no longer compatible with the environmental conditions around them, raising questions about how to manage the land. Researchers say it may get worse.
The bill would ban several common ingredients used in processed foods, such as Red Dye No. 3, which has been linked to cancer in animal studies.
Evacuation orders prompted by waterway breach were put in place for the Tulare County communities of Allensworth and Alpaugh on Sunday.
The average new vehicle costs nearly $49,000, an almost $10,000 increase from before the pandemic. This is a look at today's deeply weird auto market.
Under the $50 million deal, the state is partnering with drugmaker Civica to start making the new generic insulin later this year, Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
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