David Valadao’s likely challenge to Rep. TJ Cox (D-Fresno) looks to be even more likely than before.
Despite serving as a co-author on the bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in her hometown, Sen. Melissa Hurtado was noticeably absent.
In the release announcing his resignation, Cruz Avila is said to be serving in a CEO capacity for “another local, community minded organization.”
Kern County Supervisors inked a deal with the Tejon Indian Tribe to cover public safety services for the tribe’s prospective Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
Fresno’s Taqueria Yarelis was one of three purveyors of burritos featured on the season six premiere of BuzzFeed’s series “Worth It.”
After filing his statement, Valadao told Bakersfield news outlets he was “looking at” another bid for Congress, but hadn’t made any announcement.
While the groundwork Measure P was pitched as “Parks for All,” advocates first pursued a parks tax by adding supporters and “neutralizing” opponents.
Blair, still incarcerated in Kings County Jail, missed five straight meetings. Now, the city needs to fill two vacancies on the five-person Council.
The group, Newsom’s administration said in a release, will “advise the Administration on solutions to address the state’s homelessness epidemic.”
Citing plaintiff lawyers’ cut of settlements, Setton Farms is offering cash settlements directly to employees to end the three-minute-per-day wage dispute.