SoCalGas released a new analysis that examines the complexity of reaching zero-emission energy sources by 2045.
“It’s Red Ribbon Week and I stand before you as I’m teaching our kids to say no to drugs, I’m having to fight a dispensary going into my community close to where my children are,” Pinedale Principal Debra Bolls argued.
Kings County lawmakers doubled down on their push for emergency water resources for Kettleman City, while also tackling redistricting, PG&E’s rate increase, and the STEP Act.
Following months of applications and interviews away from the prying eyes of the public, the people of Fresno are about to get their first taste of battle over recreational marijuana dispensaries.
The Sensible Taxation and Equity Promotion (STEP) Act will force Valley families to pay a huge tax bill on property or assets they didn’t own decades earlier, writes BizFed Central Valley chair William Bourdeau.
While the housing market in the Central Valley is still hot, the latest data shows that it is starting to slightly cool down.
With two recreational cannabis dispensaries up and running in Hanford, a third will soon be on its way.
The California-based iconic fast food chain has steadfastly refused to comply with San Francisco requirements to demand proof of vaccination to enter its restaurant.
It appears that a fledgling, Valley-led effort to pushback on PG&E has awoken the sleeping giant that is California’s largest utility.
A permanent farmer’s market may be on its way to downtown Fresno.