The Superintendent of Fresno County’s third-largest school district was booked into jail following a domestic incident on Thursday night.
Politics may not have guided the move to fly the Pride flag, but Fresno’s flag fracas attracted the attention of California’s most-powerful lesbian: Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins (D–San Diego).
June 15 is sounding less and less like the statewide reopening Gov. Gavin Newsom promised Californians months ago.
Shopped at the Tejon Outlets in southern Kern County? It’s possible you paid a little extra in sales tax and didn’t know it.
The bill, narrowly approved by California’s Senate, would legalize not only so-called “magic mushrooms” and LSD, but also MDMA, DMT, ibogaine, mescaline, and ketamine.
The effort, led by a trio of environmentalist groups and rebuffed by a Federal judge, sought to stop 31 wildfire prevention operations in the Sierra and Sequoia National Forests.
California’s top court will listen to arguments over whether to increase the requirements for juries to levy a death sentence on murder convicts.
The bill is a top priority for legislators on both side of the aisle in the San Joaquin Valley along with local water officials at improving access.
Sagging pension liabilities and a lengthy timetable to turn them around led are leading to calls for reforming Kern County’s largest pension plan.
For a subset of Fresnans, the tagline “A tradition unlike any other” applies to the first sale of Fresno State sweet corn, not the Masters Tournament.