‘Not in Fresno!’ Crackdown Begins on Street Racing, Sideshows
Bitwise Insiders: Problems With Financial Documents, Lavish Spending, Nepotism
Bitwise Board Fires Soberal, Olguin
Bitwise’s Landlord Posts Legal Notice. Eviction Next?
Council Members Say Mayor’s Budget Doesn’t Fix Roads. They Want to Change That
Unmasking the Secret Behind California’s ‘Bowling Ball Beach’
California’s Competitive Edge Is Declining. New Report Makes it Clear.
California Investigating Whether DeSantis Involved in Flying Asylum-Seekers From Texas to Sacramento
California Bills Would Give Teens Expanded Role in Fentanyl Treatment
CA Gas Nearly $2 More than Some States, and Saudi Arabia Wants to Push it Higher
‘Stand Your Ground’ Cited After Mother Fatally Shot by Neighbor in Dispute Over Playing Children
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Set to Launch 2024 Presidential Bid at New Hampshire Town Hall
UPS Strike Looms in a World Grown Reliant on Having Everything Delivered
US Releases Video Showing Close-Call in Taiwan Strait With Chinese Destroyer
WWII Veterans Return to Utah Beach to Commemorate D-Day
PGA Tour to Merge With Saudi LIV Golf League, End Litigation
Collapse of Major Dam in Southern Ukraine Triggers Emergency as Moscow and Kyiv Blame Each Other
A Look Into Russia’s Modest Invasion Spending
Clovis School Surprises 50-Year Teacher with Yearbook Dedication
FUSD Offers Teachers 11% Pay Raise over 3 Years in First Contract Proposal
Sunnyside High’s Marco Suarez Refused to Let His Environment Define Him. Now He’s Bound for UC Berkeley.
Consultants ID $2.5 Billion in Needs for Fresno Schools. Time for Another Bond Measure?
New Report: CSUs Have $1.5 Billion Funding Gap, Tuition Hikes Suggested
Big Flaw in Local Redistricting Reform Skews Fresno County Process
Newsom’s Expansive Health Care Promises Easier Said Than Done
With Chronic Absenteeism on the Rise, Why Is California Making School Transportation Harder?
San Francisco’s BART May Put California Public Transit into Death Spiral
Attorney Calls Bitwise Treatment of Employees ‘Unconscionable,’ Preps Lawsuit
Fresno City Council Wants Its Bitwise Money Back
On Monday, Fresno Mayor Lee Brand vetoed $200,000 earmarked by the city council in the 2019-20 budget for Advance Peace, an anti-gun violence initiative. Council members...