Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a top priority bill for the United Farm Workers that would have eased voting to organize workers into the union, angering union allies.
Fresno State quarterback Jake Haener caught the national spotlight for his fourth quarter heroics in the 40-37 win over UCLA last Saturday while clearly in pain.
Kings Canyon National Park joined its neighbor, Sequoia National Park, in being almost entirely closed by U.S. National Park Service officials amid wildfire threat.
The legal brinkmanship, which centers on a relatively small sum – roughly $2.5 million, could have far-reaching consequences by putting the water supply of California’s fifth-largest city in jeopardy.
Late results Tuesday night indicated a resounding defeat of California’s second-ever gubernatorial recall. Here are key take aways and Newsom’s likely next steps.
Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer said a five-year deal to mandate union labor on city projects was “not inclusive,” failed to boost local hiring or “broaden the City’s labor pool.”
Friday marked the end of legislative session, a week-long sprint peppered sudden, drastic amendments to bills and high drama. Here are some bills we were watching.
Wednesday, City of Fresno officials released a list of 21 cannabis retailers who have received preliminary approval to open up shop.
“This rise in crime only further burdens patrol, creating a cycle that snowballs on itself,” Fresno Police Officers Association president Brandon Wiemiller said.
California’s accelerated decriminalization efforts are to blame for the state’s woes, recall contender Larry Elder and Kern County DA Cynthia Zimmer argued on Thursday.