Confirmed local cases of the coronavirus disease have led key Valley institutions to cancel events or suspend in-person operations on Thursday.
Former Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer captured the ultimate prize at stake in Fresno County’s March Primary: the Mayoralty of the City of Fresno.
Facing a 2022 completion deadline, high-speed rail’s top contractor allegedly altered construction progress reports and muzzled bad news from employees.
Madera and Fresno County health officials reported their first cases of novel coronavirus mere hours apart on Saturday with a common thread between them.
Here’s a look at the looming questions facing the San Joaquin Valley that may, or may not, be decided during Tuesday’s California Primary.
As coronavirus has spread throughout the world, several people in the Central Valley are being monitored for the virus.
The future of California’s complicated water infrastructure could be murky at best, U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt warned Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom.
It didn’t take long for Newsom and Attorney General Xavier Becerra to make good on their threat to sue to block a move to send more water to the Valley.
A proposal to roll back California’s Proposition 13 for commercial properties saw a new opponent emerge on Thursday: farmers.
Trump capped a decade-long movement to halt water diversions to the Pacific Ocean and send more of the precious resource to Valley communities and farms.