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.
Buchanan High School has been dubbed Clovis’ “High School of Heroes.” Wednesday, it celebrated 13 of its graduates joining the ranks of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Can Gov. Gavin Newsom speed up the bureaucracy to enable Independence Day fireworks in the Sierras? Asm. Jim Patterson is pushing for it.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is spending much of the week touting a hefty surplus. That isn’t stopping his fellow Democrats from seeking hundreds of billions in new taxes from Californians.
One of Fresno’s most popular restaurant groups made the switch from mandatory to optional mask wearing for patrons and staff, citing vastly improved conditions.
Charles Munger, Jr. called out the Redistricting Commission, alleging that the private, often unrecorded or unpublicized meetings held by Commissioners are a direct violation of California law.
On June 30, the waiver that allowed Valley public schools to operate exclusively by distance learning will expire. What are districts going to do in the Fall?