California’s 5th District Court of Appeal has halted the sale of the historic theatre to sort out additional questions related to the sale to Adventure Church.
Rep. Devin Nunes’ (R–Tulare) defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post can move forward, a Federal judge ruled Wednesday.
One set of San Joaquin Valley colleges are trying a carrot – rather than stick – to get its students vaccinated.
While environmentalists came up short in their pursuit of banning natural gas in new homes, they scored a win in the form of a mandate for outlets that can charge electric cars.
SEIU 1000, the state’s largest public union, has ousted leadership behind the $1 million donation to Newsom. Now, they’re slated to push back on him mere weeks before the recall election.
Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer built on his buddy-buddy relationship with President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
All but one of Tulare County’s coronavirus ICU patients are unvaccinated, public health officials said during a call with regional hospitals.
Gov. Gavin Newsom made the announcement Wednesday, making California the first state in the nation to have the requirement for all teachers and school staff.
The 486-housing unit project could alleviate pressure on Fresno’s housing market, but revives a year-long battle over how much of the property tax pie the City and County of Fresno get from freshly-annexed properties.
Fresno County sent a message to the dozens of school districts in the area: It will not interfere with whatever COVID-19 restrictions are either in place or absent.