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An old bar on a rundown section of Golden State Boulevard in central Fresno will be among the first buildings to fall to make way for construction of California's high-speed rail project.
Every big infrastructure project is controversial. Most of them work out better than critics contend early on.
MOLESTATION. A MAN CHARGING JERRY BROWN SAT DOWN WITH OUR REPORTER. LET'S HAVE 10 DEBATES AROUND THE STATE.
The structural integrity of a rooftop is checked as Fresno, Clovis and Fresno County fire departments conduct a training exercise Monday, June 2, 2014 in Fresno, Calif.
For years now, we've been asking why on Earth Rick Scott would turn down $2.4 billion in high-speed rail.
James Fallows is a nationally prominent writer for The Atlantic. He's also a fan of high speed rail, having gotten to know it well when living in China.
A few weeks before California's gubernatorial primary, Republican candidates Neel Kashkari and Tim Donnelly gathered at a Southern California hotel to debate each other.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority recently abandoned its plan to procure trains by piggybacking on an Amtrak order of new trains for the Northeast Corridor.
Senate leader Darrell Steinberg has been one of the more successful leveragers-and one of the better legislative leaders-since California voters adopted ill-conceived term limits 24 years ago.
The Erie Canal. The transcontinental railroad. The Interstate Highway system. Big, expensive, controversial - and indispensable.
It's not clear if Gov. Jerry Brown and his challenger Neel Kashkari will debate each other this fall.
CONTROVERSIAL PROJECT IN SACRAMENTO IS BEING FINED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. KCRA THREE NEWS AT SIX :00 STARTS RIGHT NOW.
Railway minister Sadananda Gowda and minister of state Manoj Sinha in New Delhi on Tuesday.
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Looking to attract funds for infrastructure development, the Railways ministry would seek approval of the Union Cabinet to relax foreign direct investment policy to overcome cash crunch.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:14 am
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