The UFW suffered body blows that left its membership as “statistically zero.” Pressure from Washington and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature on a controversial, UFW-led union election bill may revive the farmworker union’s fortunes.
If California’s environmental goals get met, does it really matter if a key contributor is a long-time nemesis of special interest groups?
For Westlands Water District, kinda.
Rudy Salas, who hopes to replicate TJ Cox’s success against Valadao, is backing away quickly from the now-indicted ex-Congressman.
An unsealed Federal grand jury indictment alleges Former Rep. TJ Cox (D–Fresno) was the center point of a litany of financial crimes tied to three separate businesses largely prior to his election in 2018.
One day after California’s GOP coughed up a safe Republican Senate Seat, activists fumed over mailers sent by party leaders in the final days of the primary to boost Democratic candidates.
Turnout may be low and Tuesday’s primary might be short of excitemen on the statewide ballot, but the Valley is chock full of buzz-worthy races. Here’s what to watch tomorrow night.
With less than three days until polls close on California’s June 7 primary, San Joaquin County finds itself without a chief elections officer.
A major cannabis cultivator in Tulare County implored local lawmakers to grant a reprieve from pricey local taxes.
Clovis Community Medical Center announced the surprise gift at a ceremony with staff from a special unit that aided a local luminary.
Valley water officials feel as though Newsom’s water “peace” deal is a Godfather-inspired offer they can’t refuse.