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Three minor earthquakes shook the Coalinga area Tuesday evening, the U.S...The first earthquake, a magnitude 3.0, was recorded at 5:31 p.m. about nine miles north of Coalinga. The second earthquake struck the same area with a 2.6 magnitude at 5:40 p.
The day California Chrome won the Kentucky Derby, David White, a sportswriter turned Porterville pastor, was officiating a wedding. The wedding started at 6 p.m., the race at 3:24. "It was all valley people and the whole wedding party crowds into the
The Big Fresno Fair will host a satellite wagering party for the Belmont Stakes Saturday as Valley-bred California Chrome races to become the first Triple Crown winner in 36 years...Tatarian Grandstand at 8 a.m. with the estimated post-time 3:52 p.m.
Phillip/AP California Chrome owners Steve Coburn and Perry Martin are just a mile-and-a-half from making history as Chrome can become the first horse since Affirmed in 1978 to win the Triple Crown...That's what co-owner Steve Coburn says of
Coalinga police say they've caught an 18-year-old man wanted for at least two home burglaries...Investigators say they found his fingerprints and shoe impressions at homes that were burglarized on Friday and Saturday. They later tracked down
The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is still searching for Sullivan, 39, who has not been seen or heard from since Feb. 20...Sullivan's family spoke to the bank, and all the bank could do was confirm her card was used in the area, Humboldt County
His face bore a wide, white stripe, and his feet looked like he'd stepped in a bucket of white paint. With long, strong legs, the newborn was so tall, he could barely fit under his mother to nurse. He weighed 137 pounds, about 30 more than an average
Catastrophic events can unjustly define a small town, obliterate all cultural quirks and achievements, turn it into the civic equivalent of gawking at a grisly roadside accident even after all the rebuilding has been completed. Take Coalinga, the
Hardly hidden, Harris Ranch can be seen from at least a mile away as you head south on Interstate 5, its palm trees in the distance the only vertical in a pancake-flat stretch of Valley floor. You think it a mirage until, closer in, you can make out
When spring arrives, the Central Valley farm fields owned by Harris Ranch normally come to life with tomatoes, lettuce and watermelons...California's epic drought is being felt all over rural California, from small family farms to agribusiness giants