Published: Oct 03, 2021
Since its launch in 2016, the Pacific Airshow has seen an explosion in popularity year after year, attracting millions of spectators every fall. The show has grown to be the largest airshow in the United States by attendance.
Published: Oct 02, 2021
Governor Gavin Newsoms latest order, the first of its kind nationwide, will roll out in two phases, with the first taking effect for students aged 12 and over following full approval by the FDA for that entire age group.
Published: Aug 15, 2021
If youve eaten sushi anywhere in the U.S., chances are the rice came from Californias Sacramento Valley. Fritz Durst, a sixth-generation farmer, has grown the grain and other crops there for more than four decades. But this year, amid a historic drought, Durst is planting only half as many acres of rice as usual.
Published: Aug 12, 2021
According to the new public health order issued by the California Department of Public Health, all school staff are required to either show proof of full vaccination or be tested at least once per week.
Published: Aug 09, 2021
The Dixie Fire that has forced thousands from their homes in Northern California and destroyed a historic town grew into the second-largest blaze in state history on Sunday, officials said, as the wildfire mushroomed to more than 463,000 acres.
Published: Jul 18, 2021
Shasta Lake, the largest reservoir in California, saw its lake level drop 106 feet in elevation in two years, NASA said. The water level of Lake Oroville, the second-largest reservoir in the state, dropped 190 feet in that time.
Published: Jul 13, 2021
A wildfire raging uncontrollably across southern Oregon has knocked out three electrical lines so critical to the stability of grids in the western U.S. that California has warned of rotating blackouts and Nevada faced a power emergency.
Published: Oct 27, 2020
California is enduring its day of highest wildfire risk in a year that has featured unrelenting assaults from Mother Nature, with a fire season that has set records for the total amount of acres burned (more than 4.1 million) and for the size and destructiveness of the blazes.
Published: Aug 21, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO - Hundreds of thousands of acres of unpopulated land continued to burn across California on Thursday, as dozens of lightning-sparked wildfires moved quickly through dry vegetation and threatened the edges of cities and towns in the state's northern and central regions.