It took a single day for Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer to change his mind about flying the LGBT Pride flag at Fresno City Hall.
Alcoholic beverages and cocktails ordered with a to-go meal will not fade as a relic of the pandemic past.
A trio of Fresno City Council members announced a five-year plan to turn the city’s post-pandemic cash infusion into a citywide revitalization effort.
Prosecutors and Peterson’s legal team are fighting over a request for new trial. If no new trial is granted, Peterson will serve life without the possibility of parole.
An Iowa jury on Friday convicted farmhand Cristhian Bahena Rivera of first-degree murder in the 2018 killing of college student Mollie Tibbetts.
Sports betting and Vegas-style roulette and dice games could be headed to California’s tribal casinos, but only if California voters give the OK in 2022.
Despite pitching a new rail route to convince Americans to utilize Amtrak, this proposed route is likely to have a backfiring effect.
Nearly one-third of federal correctional officer jobs in the United States are vacant, forcing prisons to use cooks, teachers, nurses and other workers to guard inmates, a report finds.
Josh Taylor used a pair of knockdowns and some crisp boxing to defeat Jose Ramirez and become the undisputed super lightweight champion
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s public disclosure of his 2019 tax return to a small cadre of Sacramento reporters came with one condition: no photos and no copies.