The rink and a nonprofit linked to Rep. TJ Cox are still in the midst of an ADA lawsuit related to discriminating against wheelchair-bound patrons.
Weekend jaunts to the Central Coast could change if the Coastal Commission approves a plan to restrict camping and off-roading at the Oceano Dunes.
Pacific Gas & Electric’s major lenders proposed a $30 billion infusion of capital and a rebranding of the waylaid utility to navigate out of bankruptcy.
Forty-one contestants from across the Golden State arrived in Fresno on Monday to kick off the 25th straight Miss California competition in the city.
As California’s May unemployment rate reduced to 4.2 percent, Valley communities are joining in the trend, California’s employment agency reports.
While Fresno State looks to resolve issues for the 23 current students, the loss does not affect other nursing programs nor prior graduates of the program.
Jenny Toste, the chief executive officer for the PBS station, was ousted from her position Friday following a vote by the station’s Board.
The new increase in water for agriculture is merely a five percent bump from the last increase three weeks prior.
Shotgun Willie is headed to the Fresno Fairground’s Paul Paul Theater in October.
California leaders appear to have struck a budget deal to deliver safe drinking water to disadvantaged communities. Here’s how they’ll fund it.