The Fresno-based video surveillance firm was sold to its last long-term owner, French conglomerate Schneider Electric, for $1.5 billion.
Terance Frazier, the Fresno developer who has had a long-running disagreement with the city over Granite Park, filed a federal …
Longtime west side Valley farmer John Leroy (Jack) Woolf Jr. passed away on July 28 at the age of 102.
The death at Valley Children’s marked the first coronavirus-related death in California for an individual under the age of 18
A deal to spend $5 million in coronavirus funds on 17 nonprofits is drawing closer-than-usual scrutiny due to the activities of nonprofit entities involved.
“I support choice: parents’ choice, teachers’ choice,” Councilman Garry Bredefeld said in for school districts to offer a choice over back-to-school.
Asm. Joaquin Arambula and certain Fresno City Councilmembers spent two weeks arguing Fresno County was slow in supplying funds to respond to coronavirus.
Coalinga City Councilman Adam Adkisson decries the “bullying power-trip” of the Newsom administration’s threats on the city’s coronavirus relief funds.
Fresno County will receive $10 million in federal aid distributed by the state as part of an effort to help the Central Valley respond to coronavirus.
The Big Fresno Fair will follow other fairs in the region, hosting a drive-thru and virtual format due to the state’s orders preventing large gatherings.