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Holding only 16% of its capacity, Pine Flat Reservoir is the best example of why there is high anxiety over the approaching wet season. Gone is the healthy water storage that floated California through two dry years. Major reservoirs around the ...
An extensive new study confirms a long-suspected link between crippling birth defects and the nitrate contamination that threatens drinking water for 250,000 people in the San Joaquin Valley in California.
From the Hyde Park mound in West Fresno, you can see the city landscape quickly go from residential to industrial park. You can smell it, too.
A $30 million water treatment plant rises slowly over this quiet prairie on the San Joaquin Valley's west side where nature has both blessed and cursed farmers.
Maria Saucedo cried as she spoke of the two babies she has lost in Kettleman City one to birth defects and the other in a miscarriage.
Shortly before harvest last spring, thousands of rare birds suddenly flocked to a Tulare County wheat field and nested setting the stage for a vast killing field with baby birds.