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Text Size: tool goes here A collection of landowners whose properties are in the path of proposed high-speed trains in Madera and Fresno counties have dropped their lawsuit against the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
34 PM Text Size: tool goes here Stung by a judge's ruling, opponents of California's proposed high-speed rail route between Merced and Fresno are reassessing their legal strategy -- but not their resolve. "We're not going to give up; we're not going
tool goes here A Sacramento judge will consider a motion for a preliminary injunction that could derail California's high-speed rail project in the central San Joaquin Valley. Judge Timothy Frawley ordered Friday that three separate lawsuits against
Farmers have set new crop-value records in three central San Joaquin Valley counties -- and Fresno County is likely to post similar results. Madera and Tulare counties released 2011 crop reports on Tuesday that highlighted robust returns from milk,
Text Size: tool goes here Three environmental lawsuits rooted in the central San Joaquin Valley challenging high-speed rail plans got a boost last week when Gov. Jerry Brown dropped efforts to limit legal challenges to the controversial project.
A new poll finds California voters are experiencing buyers' remorse over a proposed $68 billion bullet train project, as the number of lawsuits against the rail system grows. Fifty-five percent of voters want to see the high-
Farm groups in the Valley filed a major environmental lawsuit Friday against the state's bullet train project, while Orange County transportation leaders urged state officials to shelve the $68 billion proposal until improvements can be made to the
As the high-speed rail authority moves towards construction of sections of track, local government officials and regional groups have threatened to file legal challenges based on impacts to local business, private property and the environment. Madera
Madera County supervisors cast their lot Tuesday for a high-speed rail route along the Union Pacific rail line and Highway 99 between Fresno and Merced as the least disruptive for county farmers. The 4-1 vote puts the county at odds with its two
The head of the California High-Speed Rail Authority told a group of farmers in Madera on Friday that the agency has not done a good enough job in listening to their concerns about the project. "We need to do a better job of communicating," Roelof