Tubbs made national headlines for his universal basic income program – providing a random sampling of Stocktonians $500 per month.
The bail grant from a Kings County Judge follows heavy lobbying by California Attorney General – and Biden Cabinet appointee – Xavier Becerra.
Less than a week of backlash from students, Fresno State has opened the door for possible in-person celebrations for Spring 2021 commencement.
A legal battle between California agriculture businesses – including Fresno County-based Fowler Packing Company – and the State of California over union rights will soon be taking center stage in front of the United State Supreme Court.
After a one-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Taco Truck Throwdown is returning to Chukchansi Park.
The Merced County Fair Board of Directors made the unanimous decision at its meeting on Monday. However, there is a silver lining for some fair participants.
Fresno State is receiving backlash from soon-to-be graduates for its plans to conduct commencement ceremonies virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a bid to gin up tax revenues, the Kern County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance that revives an oil drilling permitting system first established in 2015 and killed by courts in 2020.
Though allegations are unclear, Merced City School Board of Education unanimously voted to temporarily remove its Superintendent from his position during a special meeting on Friday night.
The Fresno Republican announced her candidacy against newly-minted Sen. Alex Padilla by tying him to the state’s rocky coronavirus response.