Forty-one contestants from across the Golden State arrived in Fresno on Monday to kick off the 25th straight Miss California competition in the city.
The Fresno Council of Government is looking at the needs, wants, and logistics of providing mobility for 1 million people across 6,000 square miles.
For the tenth year in a row, Fresno State has provided more than 1 million hours of volunteer service to the local community.
Fresno is making great strides forward but much more needs to be done, Mayor Lee Brand said last Wednesday in his State of the City address.
Fresno State’s Health and Human Services College is in the midst of its second accreditation crisis in less than four months. The first one looms larger.
Fresno County Superior Court Judge Brian Alvarez held that the change to accomplice liability unconstitutionally amended two California propositions.
While Fresno State looks to resolve issues for the 23 current students, the loss does not affect other nursing programs nor prior graduates of the program.
Fresno City Council President Paul Caprioglio announced funding to maintain Fulton Street isn’t going anywhere following a budget deal reached on Monday.
With China’s restrictions on importing recycled material, Valley cities are beginning to have to pay processors to deal with your recycling.
Jenny Toste, the chief executive officer for the PBS station, was ousted from her position Friday following a vote by the station’s Board.