Staff with Washington Sea Grant’s Crab Team say some scientists regard the green crab as one of the worst invasive species on the planet.
Two years after the legalization of recreational marijuana in Oregon, some vineyards in the state's
The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and other interests have been urging BLM for years to allow sales of wild horses.
Retired professor used seeds developed at UC Davis without gaining the university’s permission.
Reduction in varroa mites, a lethal parasite, is likely the main cause of the improvement.
Crews aim to replace the lower portion of the spillway by Nov. 1.
The future of the National Cherry Growers & Industries Foundation and generic promotions of maraschino cherries is questionable after this year because processors no longer want to participate.
Rice growers in California are scrambling to get their planting done by June 1 after winter and early spring rains made many fields too wet to work in until recently.
Gov. Jerry Brown reinserted $15.4 million into his budget proposal for high school FFA and career technical programs after parents, students and other advocates took to social media to rally support for the programs.
A swath of the hillside gave way Saturday night, covering about one-third of a mile of Highway 1
Tests have confirmed the botulism toxin was present in nacho-cheese dip sold at a gas station in the Sacramento area.
Six high school students with special needs were paired with mentors to help them raise goats to present and sell at the Glenn County Fair in Orland, Calif.
All evacuation orders were lifted early Monday and the blaze was 75 percent contained.
Merced Assemblyman Adam Gray supported the elementary students’ idea and drafted a bill.