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Appeals Court Questions Lower Court Ruling on HSR

Appeals Court Questions Lower Court Ruling on HSR

May 24,2014 Two of the three appeals court judges questioned a lower court ruling blocking the $8.6 billion in state bond funding for high speed rail this past week. The…

Judge Allows HSR Access To Kings County Streets For Soil Testing

Judge Allows HSR Access To Kings County Streets For Soil Testing

May 23,2014 On May 23, visiting Kings County Superior Court Judge Leslie Nichols sided with the California High Speed Rail Authority in a dispute with Kings County. The County,last year…

Citrus Pest Found North Of Visalia

Citrus Pest Found North Of Visalia

May 23,2014 In the first find of Asian citrus psyllids in 2014, three of the dreaded citrus pests were discovered in recent days in traps north of Visalia.The tiny pests…

GENE DISCOVERY MAY HALT A DEEP-ROOTED PEPPER DISEASE

GENE DISCOVERY MAY HALT A DEEP-ROOTED PEPPER DISEASE

May 21.2014 For more than a century, the global hot pepper industry has been dealing with a problem. A funguslike pathogen, known as Phytophthora capsici, has spread a root rot…

State Approves Expansion Of Kettleman Hills Waste Facility

State Approves Expansion Of Kettleman Hills Waste Facility

 Facility operating near capacity May21,2014 SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) today finalized a permit modification for the Chemical Waste Management, Inc., Kettleman Hills hazardous waste…

Friant Seeks Restraining Order Over Feds Water Release

Friant Seeks Restraining Order Over Feds Water Release

May 21,2014 Friant Water Authority representing water districts in Tulare,Fresno and Kern counties headed to court this week to try to shake lose some water for their hard hit farms…

SLO Airport Traffic Taking Off

SLO Airport Traffic Taking Off

On The Prowl For More Airlines To Serve Central Coast May 20,2014 The latest airline passenger count from April of this year at San Luis Obispo airport shows traffic up…

KINGS RIVER CLOSED FOR RECREATION DUE TO DROUGHT

KINGS RIVER CLOSED FOR RECREATION DUE TO DROUGHT

May 20,2014 Tulare County residents and visitors seeking to use the Kings River for recreational purposes, such as boating or water skiing, will not be able to due to extremely…

SCIENTISTS FORECAST ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE DROUGHT ON CENTRAL VALLEY AGRICULTURE

SCIENTISTS FORECAST ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE DROUGHT ON CENTRAL VALLEY AGRICULTURE

May 19.2014 California’s drought will deal a severe blow to Central Valley irrigated agriculture and farm communities this year, and could cost the industry $1.7 billion and cause more than…

Summer Air Travel to Reach Highest Level in Six Years

Summer Air Travel to Reach Highest Level in Six Years

WASHINGTON, May 15, 2014 – Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, today delivered its Summer Air Travel Forecast and first-quarter 2014 results for…

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