Senate Bill 1, California’s pre-emptive strike at the Trump administration’s moves on water deliveries, is headed for a vote in the state Assembly soon.
Missed opportunities, stalled momentum, and a critical interception halted a bid to knock off Southern Cal during Fresno State’s season opener.
While his 2018 campaign paid his salary and benefits during his leave, Janz claims a new County leave policy would put his family’s livelihood at risk.
Rep. Devin Nunes and columnist Victor Davis Hanson laid out the state of play in Washington, Sacramento, and at home during a Fresno County GOP event.
Former Congressman David Valadao (R–Hanford) announced he’s seeking a rematch with his successor, Rep. TJ Cox (D–Fresno), on Wednesday
Robert Postler, the former principal at the new Creekside Community Day School in Visalia, resigned his position before the first week of school concluded.
Facing financial turmoil, the operator of the Carnegie is staring down a 10-day deadline to make improvements or lose its lease at the legendary library.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand and City Manager Wilma Quan are expected to announce the successor to long-time Police Chief Jerry Dyer on Friday.
A proposal to allow the City of Fresno to post signs discouraging giving to panhandlers received the green light by the City Council on Thursday.
The Court placed the burden on Secretary of State Alex Padilla to explain why it should not nix the new law as violating California’s constitution.