Brian Turner’s defense attorney Marc Kapetan said “time will tell” with the hate crime charges, citing a lack of intent on the part of his client.
Kingsburg will not fly the rainbow flag over City Hall after all, but that didn’t stop four hours of comments from out-of-town supporters and opponents.
Avenal native Arturo Cabrera didn’t envision himself on a college campus. That changed, thanks to a boost from the Wonderful Company. Now, he’s giving back.
Assuming California does not enact any further COVID-19 restrictions for outdoor events, the Shaver Lake Independence Day celebration has the green light to move forward.
The message from the House Natural Resources Committee hearing was clear: California’s current drought is a product of poor policies over the last several decades.
“The adventure you’re about to embark in is one that is life changing,” Clovis Veterans Memorial District’s Lorenzo Rios said.
The district announced that a ransomware attack has impacted and shut down many IT systems.
The Buchanan graduate’s love for the Army and his athletic excellence led to him being a track and field recruit to West Point.
Resnick left Fresno State graduates not only with words of encouragement but a charge to serve the community, starting with the $1 million Wonderful Butterfly Project
A San Francisco program that guarantees lawyers for tenants registered an average success rate of 52% of residents staying in their homes, leading to some heartburn among Fresno lawmakers.