Thursday Apr 10
The Fresno Bee
Earth Log: It's April -- flowers blooming, ozone arriving
From March to mid-April, people's lungs get a break between the soot season and the ozone season.
Company puts up Arvin evacuees in apartments
The approximately three dozen residents who have been evacuated for nearly two weeks due to a toxic gas leak in Arvin have been temporarily moved into apartments, paid for by Petro Capital Resources LLC. The eight Arvin homes on Nelson Court were evacuated March 18 when gas from a pipeline, owned by PCR since 2012, leaked into the soil and ... (more)
Company behind gas leak in Arvin gives statement
The company that is in charge of the gas leak that occurred in a pipeline in Arvin released a statement Thursday.
Teachers throughout Kern score first raises in years
More than two dozen Kern County school districts have issued raises for educators that, for many, mean the first ongoing salary increases since the 2007-08 school year.
Neighbors concerned about health due to toxic gas in home
Arvin resident Elvia Garcia, 47, didn't realize the smell she and her neighbors have long smelled was from a gas leak.
Arvin homeowners still displaced by gas leak
According to the Kern County Fire Department, all eight homes are on Nelson Court just off Mahin Drive near Varsity Avenue.
Dangerous gas leak causes evacuations in Arvin
Several homes are being evacuated in Arvin late Tuesday, after officials say there is potentially dangerous gas leak in the area.
Arvin gas leak evacuees back home in 1-2 days
Eight homes near Nelson Court and Varsity Road are under mandatory evacuations by the Kern County Fire Department and various other agencies.