Conference realignment has delivered chaos to college sports. Will a commission help Fresno State weather the storm?
Social justice advocates, who pushed for a delay to 2024, were steamed by a last-minute change pitched by the City of Fresno.
One year ago, Fresno State agreed to a deal with Valley Children’s Healthcare for the naming rights of the college’s football stadium. How does it compare with Mountain West competitors?
While split over how to raise salaries, Fresno’s City Council was unanimous in approving $1.9 billion in fresh spending for California’s fifth-largest city.
Two new California laws are taking effect in a few days when the calendar turns to July, along with a hefty, 3-cent gas tax increase at the pumps.
Researchers have found a novel way to detect and analyze waves of coronavirus infections.
Despite making the change, Central Unified isn’t planning on cancelling school namesakes in the near future. Here’s why.
A data breach of concealed carry weapons (CCW) permit holders at the statewide level is turning out worse than originally reported.
United Farm Workers co-founder Dolores Huerta would like to see California’s Native American tribes offer in-person sports betting at their casinos.
The State of California owns Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium. A proposed sales tax hike would see local taxpayers pay millions to fund a major renovation.