In an email to students, President Joseph I. Castro announced the university would not host its main commencement, citing a decline in participation.
The half-century-long push to open a public medical school in the San Joaquin Valley gained additional steam Wednesday.
With only 43 days until the California Primary, the element that frustrates voters the most – a non-stop barrage of television ads – is about to begin.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom stopped into Fresno as part of his statewide homelessness tour and delivered a nugget for the state’s fifth largest city.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s will visit Fresno on Wednesday as part of a statewide tour to evaluate Golden State’s ongoing homelessness crisis.
A key Assembly committee unanimously approved a bill that would close a loophole for hit-and-run drivers who injure or kill people.
A law aiming to close the loophole for hit-and-run drivers that injure or kill people will see a key committee vote in California’s State Assembly.
While its schedule is much the same as 2019, next year’s Council may be dramatically different when it comes to doing something eye-opening.
The San Francisco billionaire hedge funder is the second contender to open a campaign office in the Golden State’s fifth largest city.
In a veto message, Mayor Lee Brand aired his grievances with the changes with an amendment to Fresno’s marijuana ordinance.