California’s bullet train board this week put off approving its 2020 business plan, a sign it may want to reassess growing opposition in the state Legislature.
Who controls the Imperial Valley’s Colorado River water? Lawyers for a farmer and an irrigation district are duking it out in court.
With the park closed due to the coronavirus, rare snowy plovers began to nest there. Park rangers are accused of destroying the nests.
As Pacific Gas & Electric exits bankruptcy, it’s not clear there’s anything fundamentally different about the California utility.
Living reminders of Japanese American internment at Manzanar face new threats from coronavirus.
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