A Monterey County woman was charged with 12 counts of felony voter fraud by the Madera County District Attorney over falsifying voter registration forms.
Singapore ag conglomerate Olam International acquired Hughson Nut, Inc., one of the largest almond processors in California on Tuesday.
Both of California’s 4-year public university systems will see new leaders in 2020. But Dr. Timothy White’s exit from the CSU has a big impact on Fresno St.
Trump administration released new environmental standards and Central Valley Project operation plans that may deliver more water to the San Joaquin Valley.
The search for a soccer-specific stadium site for Fresno FC has proven challenging, but City leaders say the responsibility lies squarely on the club.
Newsom said banning economic incentives to recruit companies would hurt inland California cities, such as those in the San Joaquin Valley.
Freshman Rep. TJ Cox (D–Fresno) will be compelled to testify in a Federal discrimination case involving his former nonprofit when it goes to trial in March.
There may be a path to finding the team a Fresno-based stadium site by 2020 while also resolving one of the most vexing properties in City Hall’s portfolio.
Merced Mayor Mike Murphy is mulling a bid to challenge Rep. Jim Costa (D–Fresno) as an independent focused on creating common ground.
State Sen. Andreas Borgeas (R–Fresno) watched over as President Donald Trump signed a new executive on transparency in Federal regulation on Wednesday.