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.
A move to open hydraulic fracturing on federal lands in the San Joaquin Valley and Central Coast took a step forward last week.
City Hall has proof that the reopening Fulton Corridor to vehicular traffic has been a success both to business and the community’s quality of life.
Valley unemployment rates in September were down across all counties, California’s employment department announced in updated figures on Friday.
Newsom said banning economic incentives to recruit companies would hurt inland California cities, such as those in the San Joaquin Valley.
The City of Fresno may loan nearly $400,000 of its federal HOME funds to an affordable housing project proposed for Chinatown.
California’s oil regulator announced $2.7 million in fines levied against Chevron centered on a longstanding oil seep near McKittrick.
The County of Fresno is looking at nearly doubling a $1,637 fee for single-family housing units to account for transportation instrastructure costs.
With backing from the County, a Fresno developer is looking to convert 33 acres of hospital facilities into affordable housing units in southeast Fresno.