The blazes killed 44 people, destroyed thousands of homes and businesses, and wiped out vineyards, marijuana farms and other agricultural operations.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday that marijuana will be legal nationwide on Oct. 17.
Congress may make versatile crop legal after decades in the shadow of marijuana.
A lighter fresh pear crop is forecast this season in California. But the state’s top pear pac
A giant, 1-ton Holstein steer that loved to eat bread and received international attention when it competed for the title of tallest bovine in the world has died
Deploying goats as a way to prevent wildfires has been done for decades in the United States, especially in California and the Pacific Northwest.
Consumers are advised to throw the cereal away and contact Kellogg for a refund.
The shortage of banking services has been a major obstacle to the industry.
New research suggests the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California wine country in August 2014 may have been caused by an expansion of Earth's crust due to seasonally receding groundwater under the Napa and Sonoma valleys
The homes surrounding Benedict Canyon include numerous multimillion-dollar mansions overlooking Beverly Hills and West Los Angeles.
An initiative that seeks to split California into three states is projected to qualify for the state's November ballot
Mayors from six U.S. cities where marijuana is legal have formed a coalition to advocate for reform of American cannabis laws and prepare other states and the federal government for marijuana legalization
The Klamath Water Users Association, Sunnyside Irrigation District and California farmer Ben DuVal are seeking to have the Klamath Tribes’ lawsuit dismissed from a federal court in San Francisco, arguing it should be heard in a different venue.
Historically, immigrants without serious criminal records were released from custody while they pursued asylum or refugee status. The Trump administration has ended that policy.