What can we do to end child abuse? Todd Suntrapak of Valley Children’s says, if you see something say something. If you suspect neglect or abuse, report concerns to authorities. It is better to be wrong than sorry.
For more than 10 days, the Armenian people have been flooding the streets in their capital city and all over the country, in massive protests over the new prime minister Serzh Sargsyan. What is going to happen could it be great?
Sunnyside High School decided their message would celebrate their school campus, their diversity, their humanity and their unity. “We are One” was their motto. They chose to spread joy because “that’s what everyone needs,” said teacher Tamela Ryatt.
There seems to be a double standard for men and women, writes Ruben Navarrette Jr. It is considered unfair to ask a man to answer for the political beliefs of his wife. But, even in 2018, we can’t seem to get beyond making that absurd demand of women.
My great-grandfather did not escape death so I could pass on a legacy of contempt and vitriol to my children. As Christians, we can claim victory over pain, death, suffering, persecution and yes, even genocide, as conquerors in Christ,
Kanye West should leverage his relationship with President Donald Trump to prod him to do what no US president has done: Declare the 1915 killing of 1.5 million Armenians by Turkey's Ottoman government as the world’s first modern genocide.
From the cantaloupe fields of Firebaugh to Reedley College to Wyoming to potential No. 1 overall NFL draft pick, quarterback Josh Allen's story is one of perseverance and self-belief. Here's what we can learn from it.
If you live in a farmhouse, the right to own a gun makes sense, writes Henry D. Friedman of Sanger. But if you live in New York City, the right to own means that someone on a tall apartment rooftop can shoot people.
Lip service by those who say they want more parks and cleaner communities, but don’t have a funding solution, won’t get the job done. The Safe, Clean Parks in Fresno initiative is expected to cost the average citizen about a dime per day.
As someone who grew up in west Fresno, Sylvia A. Sifuentes of Fresno says she is excited to see a community college campus coming to the area. State Center Community College District is making it easier for residents to get an education.
These students are a bright ray of hope in what has been, for decades, a dark, unending tunnel, writes Marti Nicely of Fresno. Please Please honor them by voting in memory of those who were robbed of the privilege of casting their own votes for a safer and better America.
The SNAP (food stamp) budget is expected to be cut by 31 percent next year with the GOP tax plan, meaning millions of Americans, many of them low-wage earning taxpayers, will lose assistance, writes Nu Vang of Fresno, a community advcate for the Southeast Asians.
Fresno Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula is planning to be a frequent traveler on the new Amtrak Morning Express route, which will zoom him to the state capitol by 8 a.m. He looks forward to a safe ride with WiFi and a comfortable place to rest or work.
Postings that should remain in obscurity become exploited as “news.” On one hand, we have a president tweeting out untruths from the confines of his potty, and on the other, a Fresno State professor spewing forth profane disjointed rants.