Professor Ian Faloona with UC Davis is behind a landmark research project that indicates what some thought was not possible—that heavily polluted areas of Asia are contributing to our air quality.
Walnuts generate $1.4 billion in revenue for California growers, but their largest exporter didn’t come through in 2014.
Hi all! Having some difficulties in sending pics in Beijing. China isn’t very friendly that way. Took a trip to the Great Wall and Tiananmen Square, along with the Forbidden City. See if you can […]
1ST HOUR–2ND SEG Carmichael Dave gave us a call from China. Gave us a rundown on what it’s like to be in China and all the cool things he and the team have been doing. […]
I’m in Shanghai, China, tagging along with the Kings for their two games against the Brooklyn Nets. Keep checking here for updates on all things Kings over the next two weeks!! Check out my photos […]
Sacramento Kings’ forward Jason Thompson joined the Grant Napear Show in the final hour of the show to preview the NBA season. Grant asked JT about how training camp has started out this year in […]
Most people hate cockroaches and would do just about anything to keep them out of their homes. But that is not the case for one woman. The South China Morning Post is reporting that Yuan Meixia in China shares her home with 100,000 cockroaches, which she considers her children.
Fishing vessel caught fire and sank hundreds of miles off Mexico’s Pacific coast, Air Force rescuers parachuted into the water to reach the ship.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
A Roseville family is looking to save a special needs child across the globe. But, they’re finding out it’s harder than they ever imagined.
Asiana Airlines has been penalized $500,000 for failing to assist family members of passengers on a flight that crashed last year at San Francisco airport, federal transportation officials said Tuesday.
A labor group monitoring three Chinese factories that make Apple products says once-oppressive working conditions have steadily, but more must be done.