In the mess of missed opportunities and poor execution against Sacramento State, one Bulldog stood out on Saturday: running back Josh Hokit.
While the University of California needs to conduct its search to replace Napolitano, could Fresno State President Joseph Castro be the answer?
Bakersfield Monsignor Craig Harrison filed a defamation lawsuit against a Catholic monk who went public with accusations of sexual misconduct.
While working to open their own pistachio processing plant, the Assemi family launched a legal fight over their final crop delivery to Wonderful Pistachios.
As Democratic lawmakers voice greater concern, newly-released amendments to SB 1 leave unresolved questions about its impact on Federal water projects.
With one tweet mocking Fresno from its spokeswoman, Firestone-Walker Brewing’s 805 beer went from one of Fresno’s favorite brews to a local pariah.
The Dogs snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, losing 38-35 in double OT to Minnesota in a fashion eerily similar to last week against USC.
Superior Court Judge Kimberly Gaab ruled that Measure P, a 30-year parks tax initiative for the City of Fresno, did not reach the necessary vote threshold.
Rep. Devin Nunes is shifting gears as the operative who dug for dirt in his wife’s work emails remained elusive. Now, he’s pursuing a racketeering claim.
A $10 million claim of damages by a Fresno developer has opened a chasm at Fresno’s City Hall, Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld announced.