California Gov. Gavin Newsom stopped into Fresno as part of his statewide homelessness tour and delivered a nugget for the state’s fifth largest city.
A key Assembly committee unanimously approved a bill that would close a loophole for hit-and-run drivers who injure or kill people.
On a 6-1 vote Tuesday night, trustees removed the “Interim” from Dr. Tamara Ravalin’s title as the district’s Superintendent.
In a lengthy, wide-ranging Friday press conference, Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled his 2020-2021 budget, totalling $222.2 billion in spending on the year.
The California Food Expo will end all operations by the end of the month due to financial and organizational constraints, its board of directors announced Wednesday.
A push by a major Fresno farming family to launch a new pistachio processing plant has hit a speed bump, courtesy of Wonderful Pistachios.
A new lawsuit claims Rep. TJ Cox defrauded investors, failed to disclose conflicts of interest, and maintained involvement in businesses he divested from.
In a veto message, Mayor Lee Brand aired his grievances with the changes with an amendment to Fresno’s marijuana ordinance.
California and the Federal government appear destined on a two-front litigation collision course with issues of utmost importance to the San Joaquin Valley.
One day after impeaching President Donald Trump and just before casting the final legislative vote of the decade, the House …