Buckle up, Fresno County – it appears we’re in store for a roller coaster of election updates.
As coronavirus has spread throughout the world, several people in the Central Valley are being monitored for the virus.
Some Fresno County voters are receiving duplicate ballots ahead of California’s Super Tuesday presidential primary next week.
A town hall to discuss the Census and California’s Voter’s Choice Act wasn’t exactly smooth sailing for Rep. TJ Cox and Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
The McClatchy Company – the newspaper publisher that owns The Fresno Bee – filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York late Wednesday night.
The Fresno Bee is on the move and downsizing its footprint. But what’s happening with its current digs – located at 1626 E Street – in downtown Fresno?
Months before she faces re-election, Fresno Unified School District trustee Carol Mills received an important endorsement last week.
TJ Miller, who had been the Parks interim director since February 2019, is having the interim tag removed from her title by Fresno Mayor Lee Brand.
As early voting begins, the ex-New York City Mayor is blitzing the Golden State, starting with Fresno, to capture the state’s vast supply of delegates.
Gavin’s Law – or Assembly Bill 582 – is headed to the floor of the California State Assembly after another key victory on Thursday.