With a suspect from the start, the Sonoma Developmental Center’s in-house police force made no arrest in a dozen patient assaults, choosing to handle the case administratively.
A professor is the first in the U.S. to be charged with a felony in a worker's death. UC regents reach a settlement in the criminal case.
Where to get your daily helping of news from the feeding-the-world front.
Lower corn and soy yields could mean dangerously high food prices in Africa and Asia.
There's something about a searing hot summer day that leads a guy to kick off his shoes, turn on his fan and head to the Internet in search of cool graphics about the importance of water in the global food system.
The Winnemem Wintu, lacking official recognition from the federal government, are fighting to preserve their traditions and save sacred sites threatened by a Shasta Dam project.
A food industry giant's Global Food Security Index adds nutrition, food safety and public policy to the mix.
The first question a journalist asks when deciding whether to report a story is: What’s new? That can be a challenge when it comes to famine in Africa.
Three people died under the care of Dr. Edward Manougian, who has ordered so many OxyContin pills for low-income patients that he ranked as one of California’s most prolific prescribers.
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