One month after vanquishing the state’s second recall, Gov. Gavin Newsom returned to the San Joaquin Valley for a bill signing aimed at heavy spending for early childhood education.
The Fresno County Board of Supervisors named David Luchini as the Director of the Department of Public Health on Tuesday, completing a pandemic-era hand-off at the department.
From starting up new businesses to new housing construction to production, here’s a look at how the Valley is performing post-pandemic.
Facing the prospect of a recall election, Kingsburg City Councilwoman Jewel Hurtado hinted at the possibility that there’s life beyond the southern Fresno County city.
Fresno Council members voted to ban smoking in and around multi-unit rental properties on Thursday.
A standoff between the City of Fresno, the Friant Water Authority, and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation may be shorter lived than initially anticipated.
After the city’s oldest theater was recently gutted, the Fresno City Council is looking to amend the Historic Preservation Ordinance to preserve other historic buildings in the future.
Fresno City Council is set to approve an agreement on Thursday that will outline how non-Minor League Baseball (MiLB) events will operate at Chukchansi Park.
With one week to go to the Big Fresno Fair, fair organizers, public health, and law enforcement officials clarified the health and safety standards for the upcoming 12-day exhibition.
Fresno County’s 2020 census figures tell a story of a shifting landscape of growth in California’s so-called “Final Frontier.”