The food company settled with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over allegations it gave preferential treatment to Hispanic job applicants.
80,000 workers for Kaiser Permanente are expected to go on strike in the largest strike since 1997. The move affects more than 1,000 workers in Fresno.
The balanced 2019-20 budget is a $119.2 million bump compared to the previous fiscal year, the County of Tulare reported. Here’s where it will go.
Valley legislators are demanding Gov. Gavin Newsom beef up CalTrans’ budget to cleanup homeless encampments and litter in the Fresno metro area.
A new poll from Harvard University and the Harris Poll shines a light onto current trade battles between President Donald Trump’s administration and China,
Senate Bill 1, California’s pre-emptive strike at the Trump administration’s moves on water deliveries, is headed for a vote in the state Assembly soon.
The university suspended Sigma Chi Fraternity through Feb. 3, 2020 due to incidents stemming from a fraternity event on Cinco De Mayo.
Garner’s employment status has been something of a mystery since Aug. 6, when rumors circulated that he was escorted out of police headquarters.
Fresno has a new Director of Economic Development and she’s already a familiar face in the corridors of City Hall.
McSwain Union Elementary School District has a vacancy at Superintendent after Steve Rosa agreed to a hefty resignation payout from the school district.