Fresno State announced its plans for the upcoming fall semester as the California State University system prepares to operate in a mostly virtual setting.
What, exactly, will Fresno’s future landscape look like? Now is as good of time as any to start placing bets.
After hours of back and forth argument and debate, the Fresno City Council worked its way through 53 budget motions on Thursday.
T-Mobile’s decision to open up a customer service center in Kingsburg is still on tap despite seeking to duck a promise to create 1,000 jobs in California.
Zero-dollar bail is back in action in Fresno County just days after the policy ended state-wide.
The Councilmen unveiled sweeping economic development policy dedicated exclusively to the southern Fresno, backed with $30mil in COVID-19 relief funds
Following a spate of fair cancellations across the Golden State, the Big Fresno Fair is still on, organizers said on Monday.
The Valley’s law enforcement chiefs have a largely unified position when it comes to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Thursday order mandating the use of masks in public
The City of Fresno revealed the members of the newly-formed Commission on Police Reform on Friday.
The San Joaquin Valley can readily prepare for an advertising barrage come October, courtesy of the hotly-contested Cox-Valadao Congressional battle.