Stuck between allies, Gov. Newsom vetoed Senate Bill 1, a bill to freeze the state’s environmental regulations to pre-Trump era standards.
With backing from the County, a Fresno developer is looking to convert 33 acres of hospital facilities into affordable housing units in southeast Fresno.
Two of San Joaquin Valley stone fruit producers announced that they completed a merger to become the nation’s largest stone fruit producer on Wednesday.
The Oakland-based nonprofit health giant and a collection of unions announced a tentative, four-year contract to avoid a nationwide strike in mid-October.
In light of the donation, the Board of Trustees of the CSU system voted to name Fresno State’s Student Union after The Wonderful Company’s owners
As House Democrats prepare to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, all three Valley Democrats voiced their support for the move.
Official with the lending firm managing Fresno’s Revolving Loan Program voiced concern Thursday that politics may be at play in cutting their contract.
While the University of California needs to conduct its search to replace Napolitano, could Fresno State President Joseph Castro be the answer?
As Airbnbs grow in Fresno, so are neigbor complaints. Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld wants to regulate short-term rentals to maintain stability.
Woodlake Unified Superintendent Alfonso Gamino resigned his position on Tuesday, one month into his second school year with the district.