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Rob Hunter leaned over his canary yellow, orange-flamed dune buggy 20 yards from the lapping Pismo Beach surf and ticked off specs with palpable pride. "This baby is a 400 horsepower V-8," he beamed. "It's got an LS1 Corvette engine . . . and perfectly balanced 50/50, just like a Corvette is."
Many of my blog posts are about the hormone disrupting chemical, bisphenol A or BPA.This chemical has been in the spotlight quite a bit over the past several years and will be again this week in California when the State...
California has ruled that all ocean-going vessels within 24 nautical miles of Californiaâ€™s coastline must now use cleaner burning diesel fuel; which by 2012 will have have reduced sulphur emissions by 95%.Read more of this story »
California's Central Valley produces many of the fruits and vegetables consumed in America. It is also one of the poorest areas of the country....
Various California cities, including Oakland, are already raising pot to keep prices down for the legal medical trade.
EPA Awards More Than $15.5 Million in Recovery Act Funds to Clean Up Underground Petroleum Leaks in California / EPA: Funds help create jobs and protect California land and water
(San Francisco, Calif. -- 07/09/2009) -- In an effort to protect people where they live, work, and play, the EPA announced the distribution of $15,577,000 to California under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to assess and clean up underground storage tank petroleum leaks
SAN FRANCISCO -- When California's budget impasse is settled, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will have to deal with the state's other big crisis: fresh water.
Early next year, the Southern California town of Carlsbad will break ground on a plant that each day will turn 50 million gallons of seawater into fresh drinking water.
A legislative attempt to make peace in the state's chicken-house wars is fizzling, meaning the dispute between California egg farmers and the Humane Society of the United States over the interpretation of Proposition 2 is unlikely to be resolved this year.
While some Members of Congress and other elected officials have fallen hook, line and sinker for the myth that protecting California's endangered fish species like salmon is a struggle of "people vs fish," other voices are speaking out passionately against...