Opposition to issuing gas tax holidays isn’t universal across U.S. states, including those dominated by Democrats.
A number of factors have made car-buying harder for Valley consumers. But buyers still have plenty of options, writes the President of California’s New Car Dealers Association.
Supporters of a gas tax holiday said they have more Democratic support for the measure and may try again to force a floor vote before a Friday deadline.
California laws designed to protect the disabled are being hijacked by scammers looking for a quick payday by targeting the websites of businesses from Bakersfield to Redding.
State and regional inspectors found concentrations of methane in the air around some of the east Bakersfield wells at levels considered potentially explosive.
Big tech firms that run Instagram and TikTok could find themselves facing a litany of lawsuits from California parents over the addictiveness of their services.
Two Valley lawmakers vying for a seat in Congress are taking decidedly different approaches to the priciest issue on voters’ minds.
Will a set of two-decade-old industrial buildings in south Fresno continue to flourish the city’s booming job magnets? Or are they headed for an activist-led scrapheap?
State regulators found a pair of idle wells had “pinhole-sized leaks,” causing alarm for neighbors in east Bakersfield.
Despite a renaissance of support from voters and state lawmakers, reports of bubbling opposition to saving California’s lone nuke plant have an odd wrinkle.