The first public polling into Gov. Gavin Newsom’s prospective recall shows the state’s largest minority bloc – Latinos – supporting his ouster.
The Bureau announced that delivery of its initial allocation to westside farmers, made in late February, would be suspended until further notice.
Early indicators point to the United States Supreme Court siding with Fresno County farming titan Fowler Packing Company in a battle over property rights.
The ruling paves the way for escrow to close on the sale to the church on March 31.
The owners of Sequoia Brewing Company and the Tower Theatre returned to court Wednesday to make their final arguments in the dispute over the sale of the historic theater.
Newsom spoke with CNN host Jake Tapper on the eve of the deadline for recall backers to submit 1.5 million signatures.
The district, which has led the region in getting children back in classrooms this school year and is mulling modest bonuses, points to getting short-changed on Federal stimulus funds.
A majority of Californians are done with Gov. Gavin Newsom, a new poll from Emerson College says. But will they recall him in 2021?
An agreement between Fresno’s City Council and a South Fresno neighborhood group paves the way for sweeping development in the city’s so-called “Industrial Triangle.”
Tubbs made national headlines for his universal basic income program – providing a random sampling of Stocktonians $500 per month.