Following the lead of Gov. Gavin Newsom, a proposal in the City of Fresno will require all city employees to either have received the COVID-19 vaccine or undergo weekly testing.
No opposition and more than an hour of emotional appeals from out-of-work blackjack dealers, cooks, servers and support staff couldn’t sway Fresno lawmakers to outright approve the cardroom’s move.
Sparks are flying once again between two high-ranking Fresno Republicans.
One of the top uses of the funds will be tailored toward new construction of affordable rental housing – aimed at households earning below 60 percent area median income
The California State University system is requiring students, staff, and faculty of its 23 campuses to get vaccinated against the coronavirus in order to gain access to campus this Fall.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is back in the San Joaquin Valley on Tuesday, visiting a Fresno County health clinic as part of his push for increased vaccination.
Fresno Pacific University announced Monday Valerie Rempel, the vice president and dean of Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary, is departing. Here’s her next act.
During a news conference to celebrate a $15 million allocation in the state budget for the San Joaquin River Conservancy board, Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) hinted at his concern with the current structure.
Club One Casino’s move to Granite Park will return 300 jobs lost during the pandemic along with $1.2 million in tax revenues annually to Fresno, Fresno Chamber CEO Scott Miller writes.
This is the second donation from Bank of America to the DRIVE Initiative. Bank of American donated $50,000 in 2019 to invest in a data dashboard to track economic indicators and economic mobility in Fresno.