PG&E Seeks Another $2 Billion Rate Increase. Customer Bills Could Soar $40-$60 a Month.
California’s Budget Deficit Forecast to Hit $68 Billion for Next Fiscal Year
After McCarthy’s Resignation, a Special Election Is Likely
One Year In: What Has $65 Million Federal Grant Done for Valley Economy?
Merced’s New City Manager Talks Policing, Affordable Housing, High-Speed Rail
Want a Dog for a Holiday Gift? Check out Second Chance Shelter in Selma
Event at Fresno State on Tuesday Examines Complexities of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
New Fresno Philharmonic Series to Celebrate Fresno Region’s Cultural Diversity
Merced Mall Renovations Still Moving Forward, Developer Says. Here’s What to Expect in 2024.
Fresno City Council Going to Court to Stop Closure of Mobile Home Park
Some Californians Released From Prison Will Receive $2,400 Under New State Re-Entry Program
How Well Is Your State Lawmaker Representing Your Interests?
DA’s Lawsuit Accuses Sacramento of Allowing Homeless to Pollute Waterways
The State Department Approves the Sale of Tank Ammunition to Israel in a Deal That Bypasses Congress
Liz Magill, U. Penn’s President, and Board Chair Resign as Antisemitism Testimony Draws Backlash
Biden Is Hosting a Hanukkah Ceremony at the White House as Fears Mount About Rising Antisemitism
Embattled Wolves Gain a New Frontier in Democratic Colorado. The Move Is Stoking Political Tensions
Speculation About Eventual Rate Cuts Is Rising, but Fed Is Set to Leave Interest Rates Unchanged
The Hunt for Yahya Sinwar: Israel’s Strategy to End the War in Gaza
Smugglers Are Bringing Migrants to a Remote Arizona Border Crossing, Overwhelming US Agents
Battles Rage Across Gaza as Israel Indicates It’s Willing to Fight for Months or More to Beat Hamas
Israeli Troops Round Up Palestinian Men in Northern Gaza as UN Warns Aid Operation Is ‘In Tatters’
Bikes, Scooters, Lego Sets! Maxwell’s Toy Drive Collects 800 Gifts
Tulare County’s Newest Criminal Prosecutor Is Just 18 Years Old and Made California History
Audra McDonald Says She’s Proud to Be From Fresno After Rose Parade Grand Marshal Selection
Meet Your 2023 Fresno County Educators of the Year
Reedley College’s Jamel Pink, Humboldt’s Megan Janikowski Earn CalHOPE Courage Awards
Clovis Unified Illegally Impeded Efforts to Organize Teachers Union, Labor Board Says
Clovis Superintendent Took a Penalty Kick at Clovis East’s New Soccer Field. Did She Score?
Fresno Unified’s Health Insurer Creating Headaches for Some Retirees
Fresno County Schools Office Nabs $15M Fed Grant to Improve Student Reading and Writing
How to Revitalize California’s Water Landscape With Sensible Infrastructure Projects
Politicians Refused to Fix California’s Boom-and-Bust Tax System. They Now Face a $68 Billion Deficit
Newsom Morphs From Bullet Train Skeptic to Booster, but His Criticisms Remain Valid
Prop. 47 and the Housing First Policy: California’s Recipe for Homeless Disaster
Ticket Resellers Have Upended Live Music. California Must Restore Power for Artists and Fans
Proposition 13, California’s iconic property tax limit, was overwhelmingly approved by California voters 41 years ago and for at least 40 of those years, efforts have...