Bulldogs survive scare against UNLV in flat Friday showing
Coming off an emotional win at UCLA, No. 22 Fresno State struggled to find the energy on Friday in the conference opener against UNLV.
September 25, 2021
Mask or maskless in the classroom? Tulare Co. lawmakers back school district decisions.
In a show of backing local control of school facilities, Tulare County Supervisors OK'd a measure supporting the ability for local school boards to determine their own health-safety protocols – including classroom mask policies.
July 20, 2021
Newsom’s price tag to solve Calif. homelessness? $74,534 per homeless resident.
The bulk of spending on Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed homeless plan goes toward converting pre-existing buildings, where the average cost of conversion costs taxpayers $150,000 per unit.
May 11, 2021
After much prodding, Newsom declares statewide drought emergency, $5.1bil in spending
After weeks of cajoling, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation of a state of emergency on California's ever-worsening drought.
May 10, 2021
‘Everyone can afford one meal at French Laundry’: Newsom rolls out expanded $600 stimulus
Courtesy of an historic tax rebate, Gov. Gavin Newsom is seeking to give $600 stimulus payments to nearly 2/3 of Californians. The reaction to the plan was quick.
May 10, 2021
Thousands in-tow, Nunes’ Freedom Fest propels efforts toward 2022
Featuring a line-up of conservative luminaries and Nunes' colleagues, the event served as its own form of state of the union with serious projections of what the future holds.
May 9, 2021
For first time, Calif. reports population decline. What about the Valley?
California's first-ever population decline hasn't surprised many. But how does it look in the San Joaquin Valley? We dug into the numbers.
May 7, 2021
No bear, but John Cox tells Fresno that he has the ‘beast’ in him to tackle Calif. issues
California gubernatorial candidate John Cox swung through Fresno on Thursday as part of his “Meet the Beast” campaign…
May 6, 2021
Valadao pushes to fund widening of Hwy. 41 to end its “death trap”
Killing off Highway 41's "death trap" corridor is just the tip of the iceberg to helping the south Valley for Rep. David Valadao (R–Hanford). Here's what else he's pushing for in the region.
May 5, 2021
David Pomaville, Fresno health director, reflects on navigating once-in-century pandemic, retirement
After a year unlike any other, David Pomaville, Fresno County's Director of Public Health has retired, leaving the county at a time in which the COVID-19 case numbers are declining and vaccine distribution is well in-stride.
May 5, 2021