By Julie Pace and Scott Bauer
California regulators approved a $3.2 million grant today to bring safe water to a Fresno trailer park where three dozen households for years have been provided with tap water containing dangerous levels of uranium.
Residents of drought-stricken California doubled their water conservation efforts in March compared with the month before by turning off their sprinklers when the rain fell and changing habits, officials said today.
The number of new housing units in California declined last year for the first time since the start of the economic recovery, due mostly to wildfires that scorched more than 2,000 homes, state officials reported Monday.
A proposal to build a connecting station in Madera for the high-speed rail has been adopted by the California High-Speed Rail Board.
The Madera Coyote softball team continued its dominance over crosstown rival Madera South with a 9-0 victory in County/Metro Athletic Conference action.
The Liberty Hawks softball team took advantage of its situation and came away with a 12-2 mercy-rule victory over the Chowchilla Redskins to remain undefeated in the North Sequoia League.