Ten years after the Tejon Tribe received federal recognition, they’ve secured the deal that will pave the way for a Hard Rock Hotel and Casino to open.
While a budget is heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom, the biggest ticket items – including tax relief for sky-high gas prices – are still being haggled over between him and legislative leaders.
As Californians voted in the June Primary, state water officials quietly announced sweeping cutbacks to water access for farms and Valley cities.
Along with shaping Congressional battles for November, Valley voters elected a new member of Congress – albeit for a six-month stint.
Turnout may be low and Tuesday’s primary might be short of excitemen on the statewide ballot, but the Valley is chock full of buzz-worthy races. Here’s what to watch tomorrow night.
With less than three days until polls close on California’s June 7 primary, San Joaquin County finds itself without a chief elections officer.
“The CSU has been victim of both lack of transparency in two searches (CSU Fresno President and CSU Chancellor) that have led to resignations and embarrassment,” CSU faculty said in a resolution.
As California finds itself amid another severe drought that has deepened the need for new water storage, the fever pitch …
Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld is pushing back on a lawsuit waged by Fresno City Council President Nelson Esparza. Here’s a look at the claims.
Supporters of a gas tax holiday said they have more Democratic support for the measure and may try again to force a floor vote before a Friday deadline.