During a news conference to celebrate a $15 million allocation in the state budget for the San Joaquin River Conservancy board, Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) hinted at his concern with the current structure.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, in pushing for a critical $15 million earmark and backing a controversial shake-up of management, joined the tug-of-war over the San Joaquin River parkway on Tuesday.
A ruling by the Fresno-based Fifth District Court of Appeal sets up a likely battle before California’s Supreme Court over the fate of a Highway 99 adjacent casino.
Madera’s lone general-use public hospital is shuttering its emergency room for 34 hours this week, the hospital announced Tuesday morning.
The Madera City Council took one step closer to opening recreational marijuana shops in the city limits on Monday.
The no-drama approach in Madera ran counter to the controversy that reigned in recent meetings of the Kingsburg and Fresno City Councils.
Madera Supervisors approved upwards of $1.3 million in contracts to the United Farmworkers and social justice group Leadership Counsel to convince residents to get vaccinated. The Madera County Farm Bureau says there’s little to show for their efforts.
The effort, led by a trio of environmentalist groups and rebuffed by a Federal judge, sought to stop 31 wildfire prevention operations in the Sierra and Sequoia National Forests.
Nearly one year removed from California’s largest wildfire in its history, environmentalists are stiffly resisting efforts by Federal forestry officials to actively manage forests.
Appearing on ABC’s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Tuesday, Shaq told Kimmel that he spotted a UFO while visiting the San Joaquin Valley in the late 1990s.