Facing pressure to loosen mask requirements, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and public health officials announced an end to mask mandates in public classrooms.
“The kid that lives on the 400 block of West Strother should feel safe like the kid that lives at Champlain and Perrin,” Salazar said of his policing mantra.
The titanic clash of two of the Valley’s Democratic lawmakers – Sens. Melissa Hurtado (D–Sanger) and Anna Caballero (D–Salinas) is, apparently, off.
Margaret Mims, Fresno County’s second-longest serving Sheriff, will announce she will not run for re-election, sources told The Sun.
Dr. Joseph Castro is out as chancellor of the nation’s largest public university system over reports of mishandling harassment allegations while running Fresno State.
Two Central Valley cities are voicing their opposition to a ballot initiative that would rein in the ability for local governments to raise taxes on residents.
With a majority of Californians unhappy with Proposition 47, Republican lawmakers in Sacramento are attempting to repeal the 2014 decriminalization law.
Despite masks being handed out at the Super Bowl, celebrities, the Mayor of Los Angeles, and few fans appeared to actually wear facial coverings during the big event.
A move by L.A. County Supervisors to strictly enforce vaccine mandates in Sheriff’s deputies might be a loss for Los Angeles but a gain for the San Joaquin Valley in a hyper-competitive recruiting market.
The 15-month saga over the sale of the historic Tower Theatre to the Adventure Church has taken another turn. Now, the City of Fresno could be prepping to buy the property.