Central California School Board Rejects Change To Decades-Old Dress CodeA San Joaquin Valley school board has rejected proposed dress-code changes that would have allowed boys to wear long hair and earrings, and deleted language saying skirts and dresses may only be worn by girls.
Dense Fog Coats Northern San Joaquin ValleyThick fog is complicating the morning commute in the San Joaquin Valley
Citrus Growers Work To Protect Crop From Low TemperaturesFreezing temperatures have San Joaquin Valley citrus growers working overtime to protect their crops.
Residents Of One Central California Town Ordered To Boil Drinking WaterThe 17,000 residents of the San Joaquin Valley city of Shafter have been told to boil tap water or switch to bottled water after coliform was found in samples collected last week.
Cold Temperatures Across California Bring Freeze WatchesWidespread freeze warnings and watches are in effect in California.
Lightning Strikes Reported Overnight In San Joaquin ValleyIt may be summer, but some areas of the valley could see a little bit of rain Thursday.
San Joaquin Valley Pistachio Orchard Could Be Hit Hard By Tree Disorder A nursery near Modesto sold pistachio trees with a disorder that officials say could affect as many as 20,000 acres of San Joaquin Valley orchards.
California Citrus Avoids Damaging ColdCitrus growers in California's San Joaquin Valley say potentially damaging cold failed to materialize overnight.
California Braces For First Widespread FrostCalifornia is under the influence of a cold air mass that could bring the first widespread frost of the winter across the Central Valley, as southern areas see more damaging winds.
After-Dark Clown Sightings Trouble California CityPeople dressed as clowns are causing a stir in the southern San Joaquin Valley.
Valley Temperatures 4-8 Degrees Hotter Than Monday, Cooling Off TomorrowClouds acted like a blanket overnight, keeping some locations above 80 degrees. It's made for a dramatic sunrise.
UC Davis Study: Drought Will Deal $2 Billion Blow To California AgricultureReport says California's drought will cost the state's agricultural economy an estimated $1.7 billion this year and leave about 14,500 farmworkers without jobs.