Elizabeth Heng made a splash with a fiery national TV ad during the Houston Democratic Debate on Thursday aimed squarely at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Senate Bill 559, which would send $400 million to repair the canal, is being converted into a “two-year bill” giving legislators additional time to act.
While working to open their own pistachio processing plant, the Assemi family launched a legal fight over their final crop delivery to Wonderful Pistachios.
Amendments to the state legislature’s marquee water bill didn’t mollify opponents. Now, signs are emerging that the bill may be punted into 2020.
As Democratic lawmakers voice greater concern, newly-released amendments to SB 1 leave unresolved questions about its impact on Federal water projects.
Asm. Adam Gray (D-Merced) did not mince words in describing the impact of the California Legislature’s marquee water bill ahead of its final consideration.
With one tweet mocking Fresno from its spokeswoman, Firestone-Walker Brewing’s 805 beer went from one of Fresno’s favorite brews to a local pariah.
Superior Court Judge Kimberly Gaab ruled that Measure P, a 30-year parks tax initiative for the City of Fresno, did not reach the necessary vote threshold.
Rep. Devin Nunes is shifting gears as the operative who dug for dirt in his wife’s work emails remained elusive. Now, he’s pursuing a racketeering claim.
One Fresno State nursing program lost accreditation this year while another operated for years without it. Now, Dean Jody Hironaka-Juteau has resigned.