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Study Links Oil And Gas Activity in San Joaquin Valley To Earthquakes

Scientists have linked wastewater disposal from oil and gas activity to earthquakes in California for the first time. As Amy Quinton reports from Sacram...

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On The Record: Olivier & Arambula On Valley Edition

While election day may still seem far away for many Californians, the residents of the 31st Assembly District don't have to wait until June to vote. Ins...

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Fresno Company Cashes In Big On Tiny Houses

Small could be the new big, at least when it comes to houses. The so-called Tiny House Movement has taken off in the last year with numerous shows and ...

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Rough Fire And El Nino Pose Problems For Pine Flat Lake

Last summer the Rough Fire grew so large that fire crews from around the world came to the Sierra Nevada east of Fresno to fight the blaze. Today the ar...

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Bakersfield Faces Budget Crunch As Sales Tax Revenue Drops

The city of Bakersfield is searching for ways to tighten its fiscal belt thanks in part to lower oil prices. Over the past twelve months, city sales tax...

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Report: Fresno Fire Department Needs "Culture" Change When It Comes To Safety

The Fresno Fire Department has released its final report on last year's accident where Captain Pete Dern fell through the roof of a burning garage, suff...

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Valley Communities Rush To Ban Medical Marijuana, But Do The Bans work?

After nearly two decades of legalized medical marijuana in California there is a sudden mad dash among valley communities to establish local regulation...

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Fresno Project To Store Solar Electricity Using Flywheel

The Fresno City Council has approved a land lease that will make Fresno the site of an innovative new energy project. Kerry Klein reports from downtown....

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Subsidence Could Cause $1-Billion In Damage

California's prolonged drought is once again causing the valley in sink. Groundwater pumping to keep water flowing and plants growing is resulting in t...

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Special Election Set For 31st Assembly District

Governor Jerry Brown has set the dates for the special election to fill the vacant seat for 31st Assembly District. A special primary will be held in...

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