Fresno’s lone Whole Foods Market is hot water after a video was released showing employees exposing customer information while taking holiday orders.
Caltrans officials announced the agency was restoring $23 million of $32 million in proposed cuts to Highways 99 and Highway 46 expansion projects.
The fight shifted from who would grant dispensary licenses to whether the proposed social equity policy was too prescriptive.
2019 continues to be the year of ag mergers, as the trend spreads to two Valley farm services companies.
“This is a problem we can literally build ourselves out of,” Fresno City Councilman Luis Chavez said of Fresno’s stifled housing growth.
The Bakersfield expansion for Bitwise Industries – the Fresno-based tech incubator – now has a location. Two, in fact.
America’s single largest milk processor filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, following a trend set by Valley dairies amid changing habits and low milk prices.
Despite a blowout gala one week ago, claims of failed refunds come as nonprofit Common Space shutters operations and its founder perpares to leave town.
Leaders in Valley communities are taking a breath following a media frenzy over vaping deaths, deciding to nix bans on sales of e-cigarettes.
California energy regulators are facing a new push to consider a plan to have taxpayers buy out the woe-begotten privately-held Pacific Gas & Electric.