With a NAFTA replacement on the table, Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue and Reps. Jim Costa, TJ Cox, Josh Harder, and Doug LaMalfa heard an earful from farmers.
With a few controversial additions, Fresno’s City Council OK’d the budget. Now, Mayor Lee Brand is set to look at, and possibly veto, portions of the budget
After seven years off the air, television show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is rebooting and will film its debut episode in Clovis.
A Bakersfield College student twice arrested by ICE is suing the agency, alleging that his most recent arrest was in direct response to a critical poem.
Forty-one contestants from across the Golden State arrived in Fresno on Monday to kick off the 25th straight Miss California competition in the city.
While Fresno State looks to resolve issues for the 23 current students, the loss does not affect other nursing programs nor prior graduates of the program.
The proposal follows Richmond, Stockton, and Sacramento in funding stipends for high risk individuals known to engage in violent acts.
There’s a changing of the guard atop Harris Farms. Jim Beecher, a board member of the company, has been selected to serve as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
The audit was commissioned in April after City officials received anonymous complaints of Fresno police officers teaching while on City time.
Although it has faced many challenges over the last few years, Tulare’s hospital is in the best shape it’s been in years.