The SEIU and the Fresno County Superior Court reached an agreement Tuesday, Jan. 22, to end a labor strike that began on Jan. 15. The new deal would offer more hours and limit health care cost increases.
Three people from Kern County accused of harboring alleged cop killer Paulo Virgen Mendoza sought to be released on bond, but a federal magistrate in Fresno said she needs more information before ruling on the matter.
Fresno Unified School District Superintendent Bob Nelson sent a letter warning board trustee Terry Slatic about his conduct shortly after a confrontation with a student on the Bullard High School campus.
A Kings County California man was jailed after a 15-year-old girl accused him of sexual assault near Lemoore after meeting the suspect on Facebook. The alleged rape was reported after the teen gave birth.
Elizabeth Heng, a Republican candidate who last year ran for Congress against Democratic Congressman Jim Costa in the 16th District,, says she was the victim of a break-in at her home near Fashion Fair on Monday night.
Utility provider PG&E assures customers that Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection over wildfire liability won’t affect rate payers, but it could shrink or delay tax payments to California counties and cities.
A 30-year-old man was found dead Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 in a Tulare County canal near Farmersville, CA, east of Visalia. Timothy Shields’ girlfriend said they were on a walk when he was hit by a car and fell in.
A weeks long investigation resulted in the arrest of two parents after their eight-month-old baby boy showed up to the hospital with multiple broken ribs, according to a Tulare County Sheriffs news release.
Fresno County farm laborer Jose Arnulfo Arias won a $1 million settlement against Angelo Dairy, then had his case against attorney Anthony Raimondo, who the farmworker says reported him to ICE, dismissed.