As the California drought continues, more rodents are encroaching on homes in search of water. Animal shelters throughout the state are advertising feral cats as a wise pest control alternative. Capital Public Radio's Lesley McClurg has more.
New state and federal funding will provide relief for farmworkers hurt by California's drought. The U.S. Department of Labor is providing 18 million dollars and the state is providing 7.5 million. Capital Public Radio's Lesley McClurg has more.
Legal wrangling isn't scaring connoisseurs and chefs from enjoying foie gras. It's still legal to serve the fatty duck or goose liver in California, but that could change again. As Capital Public Radio's Leslie McClurg reports, the state of California is appealing a federal ruling that lifted the state's ban on serving the delicacy.