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L.A. NOWTwo Southern California men are still missing after their raft capsized on the Kern River Monday evening near Johnsondale. The Tulare County Sheriff's Department said Scott Neacato, 22, of Los Angeles, and Minh Tu Quang, 25, of Westminster, were camping.....
Reporting from FresnoThe last of the fragrant fruit blossoms is gone, their pink-and-white petals scattered across the orchards that nestle among the verdant foothills of the High Sierra. By month's end — the first strawberries will be ready for picking. The...
L.A. UnleashedFRESNO, Calif. â The number of veterinarians who work with cows, pigs, chickens and other farm animals is on the decline as many prepare to retire and fewer students opt for large animal practice, results from a recent study showed.......
GreenspaceMore than a million Californians live in places where tap water isn't reliably safe to drink, and about a third of them are in small, mostly Latino towns such as Seville in the San Joaquin Valley. Many residents of those......
L.A. NOWState officials have fined six California hospitals and a nursing home for failing to prevent unauthorized access to confidential patient medical information, according to a report made public Friday. California Department of Public Health officials...
Money & CompanyFederal prosecutors have busted central California outlaws they describe as pale-skinned and somewhat smelly, with mug shots worthy of Bon Appetit: 97 wedges of raw-milk Gouda cheese. On Thursday, U.S. marshals and Food and Drug Administration agents...
The largest operator of Southern California farmers markets has protected a vendor who buys produce wholesale and misrepresents it as his own, alleged one of the company's managers, who made the claim at a listening session held by the California...
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AP reporterThe Obama administration on Tuesday announced $1 billion in grants to help keep police officers on the beat during the economic downturn - and tried to assure cities not getting aid that they won't be stiffed. The aid announced by Vice President Joe...
Not every blueberry is created equal — there are a lot of varieties, with different flavor profiles. For tart, firm berries, go for the early-season Emeralds, says Manuel Jimenez, a University of California Cooperative Extension farm adviser in...
Luke Cole, a leading theorist and practitioner of environmental justice law, who battled toxic waste facilities, mega-dairies, mining companies and other pollution threats in poor and minority communities in California and Alaska, died Saturday in a car...
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