Just five days ahead of the recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom swung through Fresno to drum up support among local labor union advocates in an effort to remain in office.
“Secret ballot election, free from undue pressure, is foundational to the democratic process that all of us cherish as Americans,” farm advocates argued in opposition to the bill awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk.
The Tulare-based international farm show snuck in just before the world shut down over concerns related to the coronavirus. Now we know the impact it delivered on Tulare County and California.
San Joaquin Valley water agencies and growers were outraged at legislators for stripping funding and adding hostile amendments to a bill aimed at curbing worse droughts.
The NBA twins join another six San Joaquin Memorial alum being inducted into the school’s hall of fame for 2021.
The parent company of Fresno-based Central Valley Community Bank announced the successor to CEO James Ford on Tuesday.
The hunt for a silver bullet to alleviate a local housing shortage and rein in the largest living expense of residents isn’t proving to be easy.
California’s largest utility is facing a growing chorus of complaints from San Joaquin Valley leaders criticizing a demand for drastic power rate increases.
Although the Bulldogs and Mustangs have not played since 2013, the rivalry goes all the way back to 1922 as the two sides are set to meet for the 45th time.
If it weren’t for three costly turnovers, Fresno State would have waltzed their way out of Autzen Stadium on Saturday having conquered Oregon, the 11th ranked team in the nation, with a fairly dominant performance.