Regal Cinemas announced Friday that three of its once-closed San Joaquin Valley theatres are reopening.
With major employers leaving the state during 2019 and 2020, a law like Asm. Lorena Gonzalez’s AB 701 will only make matters worse at a time when Californians want and need to get back to work, writes Joe Denham.
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.
The plans for developing a vacant parcel along Herndon Avenue into a trademark warehouse come with a big ask: drastically overhauling Fresno’s lone expressway.
The e-commerce giant isn’t taking labor shortages lying down, announcing a boost in warehouse wages to an average of $17 per hour.
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.
“This tragedy could have been prevented”, California ABC Director Eric Hirata said of the May 2020 crash.
The proposed relocated Costco in west Fresno promises more space, less traffic congestion, and will also feature one amenity unseen in the San Joaquin Valley.
The long-awaited, long-contested off-reservation casino adjacent to Highway 99 just north of the City of Madera is set to break ground by the end of June.