Renovate America, the largest PACE lender, was accused of failing to disclose its loans took priority over homeowners’ mortgages.
Kern County Supervisors inked a deal with the Tejon Indian Tribe to cover public safety services for the tribe’s prospective Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
The business district responsible for improvements in Visalia’s downtown will continue operating for another decade following a vote of business owners.
Citing plaintiff lawyers’ cut of settlements, Setton Farms is offering cash settlements directly to employees to end the three-minute-per-day wage dispute.
The Fresno DRIVE initiative is tasked with drafting a 10-year investment plan for the California Economic Summit by November.
Thanks to a key Supreme Court ruling, the Merced Assemblyman is seeking to take a bite out of Nevada’s long-standing monopoly on sports gambling.
California’s gas prices are set to increase yet again due to a follow-up increase as part of the state’s 2017 gas tax hike.
Fresno’s planning commission voted 5-0 to recommend approval by the Fresno City Council for a fourth building at Fig Garden Financial Center.
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.
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.