The governor’s inauguration speech stuck to poetry and did not delve into policy specifics. But balancing bold new ideas and limited resources will be the defining challenge of the Newsom administration
His daughter’s spanking has Democratic Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula facing questions about his ability to represent Fresno County in Sacramento after misdemeanor arrest on suspicion of willful cruelty to a child.
Stung by their losses in state and federal races, some California Republicans have coined the term “ballot harvesting” to describe how Democrats were able to get more votes and win more seats in the November election.
Fresno CA political, business, educational and religious leaders need to work together on the plight of blacks in our city after a study found Fresno to be one of the worst in the U.S. for African Americans.
Development of onshore wind farms in California has lagged as counties have put restrictions in place. Offshore farms are a possibility, but opposition is surfacing, and that could interfere with the state’s ability to meet clean energy goals.
A new state program will help low-to-moderate income workers save for retirement. Such a plan is valuable to those working in the central San Joaquin Valley, which has some of the nation’s highest poverty.
Gordon Scott, who served as a US Navy petty officer 3rd class on the USS Lexington during World War II, survived the ship's 1942 attack in the Battle of the Coral Sea, the first aircraft carrier to aircraft carrier battle in history.