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This week on Valley Edition KVPR Reporter Jeffrey Hess explores whether building a medical school in the Valley is the answer to the region's doctor shortage. We also hear from Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea about water problems in North Fresno and more. FM89's Ezra David Romero reports a story about how simple science could help the tomato industry. Later we hear from the organizer of the Black Lives Matter protest in Fresno earlier this month.

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It's no secret here in Central California that many, if not most, people who work  in the fields in Valley agriculture are undocumented immigrants.

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This week on Valley Edition KVPR's Kerry Klein reports on air quality in Central California. Fresno City Councilmember Lee Brand also joins the program to talk about water issues in Fresno and other topics.

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This week on Valley Edition Host Joe Moore interviews Kern County Fire Department PIO Tyler Townsend about the Erskine Fire. KVPR's Ezra David Romero also chimes in on what he witnessed while reporting on the blaze this week. We also hear from FM89's Jeffrey Hess about how some Fresnans are struggling with water issues. Later in the program Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports on groundwater issues in Paso Robles.

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  This week on Valley Edition Reporter Jeffrey Hess recounts the First Family's trip to Yosemite National Park. We also hear reporting from KVPR'S Ezra David Romero on how a sheep farmer is growing feed indoors to save water. Later in the program Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports on groundwater issues in Paso Robles. FM89's Jeffrey Hess also reports on Laura's Law, the California state law that allows for court-ordered assisted outpatient treatment. Ending the program we hear from Agustín Lira And Patricia Wells about their new album 'Songs Of Hope And Struggle."

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This week on Valley Edition Host Joe Moore speaks with The Fresno Bee's Barbara Anderson about Zika prevention in Fresno County. We also hear from Fresno Sheriff Margaret Mims about her response to the mass shooting in Orlando and an operation called Gold Star targeting gangs.

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This week on Valley Edition KVPR's Kerry Klein reports on whether Fresno's streets are safe for cyclists. Also on the show, FM89's Ezra David Romero questions whether restoring a salmon run on the San Joaquin River is a good idea in lieu of climate change. Later in the program VE Host Joe Moore interviews the Bakersfield Californian's Steven Mayer about a Bakersfield Police Department corruption case. We also hear from Emily Bazar about how how aid-in-dying isn't so easy. Plus more!

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This week on Valley Edition KVPR's Jeffrey Hess reports on what it's like for a commuter who travels to the Bay Area daily. Later in the program we chat with Ken Mettler from Kern County on why he is running for congress.

This week on Valley Edition KVPR's Ezra David Romero reports from Kings County where a Southern California developer would like to build a high-tech city. FM89's Kerry Klein takes a look at Measure C and how the proposed bond may affect community colleges. Later in the program we hear from Alex Ott who would like to be Fresno County's newest addition to the Board of Supervisors. Ending the program VE Host Joe Moore leads a conversation about transportation and commuters.

This week on Valley Edition FM89's Jeffrey Hess reports on a new tax that could bring a boost to Kern County Libraries. We are also joined by Fresno Bee Journalists Barbara AndersonBoNhia Lee and Andrea Castillo to talk about their reporting on blight in Fresno.

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