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How California’s bullet train went off the rails

How California’s bullet train went off the rails

America’s first experiment with high-speed rail has become a multi-billion-dollar nightmare. Political compromises created a project so expensive that almost no one knows how it can be built as originally envisioned.
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Allergy season may be hitting you worse due to pollution, wind and more, Fresno doctors say

It's allergy season in the central San Joaquin Valley, and it may be hitting residents harder this year for multiple reasons, say doctors in Fresno.

California’s ambitious high-speed rail at crossroads

California’s ambitious high-speed rail at crossroads

As President Biden touts an “infrastructure decade,” there is little that’s certain about the biggest infrastructure project of them all.
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EV charging company helps reduce air pollution in the Central Valley

Though slow-going, the transition to electric cars is still underway in the Central Valley. But with poor air quality and pollution plaguing the region, climate experts are encouraging people to go electric sooner rather than later.

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How Fresno urban heat island rank impacts air, health

Fresno has one of the most intense urban heat islands in the country, according to a new report by the nonprofit news organization Climate Central. Fresno

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Wildfire smoke is poisoning California's kids. Some pay a higher price
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Wildfire smoke is poisoning California's kids. Some pay a higher price

Fires are making the state’s air more dangerous. How much that hurts depends largely on where you live and how much money your family has.
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Meet the wildfire superspreaders
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Meet the wildfire superspreaders

Scientists study ways to stop windborne embers from sowing destruction.
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