California Farm Board Backs Ruling On Election InterferenceThe California farm labor board has upheld a court ruling that one of the nation's largest fruit growers interfered as employees were deciding whether to reject union representation.
California Drought's Hardest-Hit Sectors May Need Years Of SupportA new state analysis warns that some sectors hit hardest by California's drought may still need help long after the current dry spell ends.
Damage From Sinking Land Is Costing California BillionsA canal that delivers vital water supplies from Northern California to Southern California is sinking in places. So are stretches of a riverbed undergoing historic restoration. On farms, well casings pop up like mushrooms as the ground around them drops.
Grapevine Blocked After Torrential Rain Causes Flash FloodingEmergency crews shoveled mud from a section of Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles after flash flood debris blocked the important highway, stranded hundreds of vehicles, and forced some motorists to take refuge on top of their cars.
Reservoir Flyover Shows Continued Effects Of California's DroughtA new video posted Wednesday highlights the state’s continued state of drought.
1,500 Hens Headed For Chicken Sanctuary In VacavilleAbout 1,500 hens have been rescued from a California factory farm and are on their way to a sanctuary for chickens.
Small Quake Rattles Central ValleyA small earthquake has shaken the Coalinga area of the Central Valley but there are no reports of damage.
Honey Bees In Short Supply In Central ValleyCentral Valley farmers say they need two things to be successful: Water and honey bees. But both are in short supply this year. A local beekeeper says he's having trouble finding enough bees for area farms and ranches. So, where did they all go?
Ex-Wife Arrested In Shooting Death Of Central Valley OfficerAuthorities have arrested the ex-wife of a police officer who was found slain at his Central Valley home.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Appeals To Lift Plan Protecting Delta SmeltCalifornia farmers struggling with drought say a U.S. Supreme Court decision issued Monday that keeps strict water restrictions in place to protect a tiny, threatened fish has forced them to leave thousands of acres unplanted in the nation's most fertile agricultural region.
Rain Arriving In Sacramento Valley Just In Time For Friday Morning CommuteWe're looking forward to a wet early commute on Friday , and then we'll dry out the rest of the day.
Magnitude-3.6 Quake Shakes Central CaliforniaA small earthquake has struck central California but no damage or injuries are reported.