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.
Two of San Joaquin Valley stone fruit producers announced that they completed a merger to become the nation’s largest stone fruit producer on Wednesday.
The Oakland-based nonprofit health giant and a collection of unions announced a tentative, four-year contract to avoid a nationwide strike in mid-October.
A lawsuit filed Monday against Paul Blanco and his eponymous dealerships alleges deceptive practices toward customers and lenders.
The food company settled with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over allegations it gave preferential treatment to Hispanic job applicants.
As Airbnbs grow in Fresno, so are neigbor complaints. Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld wants to regulate short-term rentals to maintain stability.