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A federal proposal to lower the threshold for drunken driving got mixed reactions, Fresno police moonlight to provide security at local businesses and a contract between the local GOP and Measure G's political consultant has raised eyebrows.
An overture by Fresno's police union leader offering contract concessions is turned down by the city manager, a state fee that underwrites an enforcement program to take guns from people prohibited from owning them is under fire, and the wrecking bal
An immigration reform march in Fresno seeks an end to deportations and workplace raids, Gov. Brown prepares to further empty the state's prisons, and Lanare residents still are seeking solutions to their drinking water problems.
The campaign for and against Measure G continues to heat up, and Fresno County supervisors designate $600,000 for ex-con housing.
An officer-involved shooting sparks a protest in southwest Fresno, a threatening text message lands a Fresno man in trouble, Measure G ballot language is revised in response to a lawsuit, and unemployed Valley residents will get training for high-speed ra
A Valley farmer uses a racial slur in an emailed reference about the president, oil companies prepare to use fracking to extract oil from a huge shale bed under the Valley, and the Fresno Grizzlies' budget continues to swim in red ink.
A Fresno City College professor is put on leave after a fight with a student, Fresno police are warned that gangs plan to retaliate after an officer-involved shooting, and Fresno's city manager puts his name to a legal challenge of pamphlet language
Marchers in southeast Fresno say it's time to reform U.S. immigration law, health-care advocates are worried that Obamacare could heighten the need for language translators fluent in medical terminology, and a Fresno City College professor is accused
Marchers in southeast Fresno say it's time to reform U.S. immigration law, health-care advocates are worried that Obamacare could heighten the need for language translators fluent in medical terminology, and a Fresno City College professor is accused of striking a student during a dispute.
Federal prosecutors plan to retry a Fresno police sergeant and three former officers for brutality, City Hall wants to keep SPCA on contract for animal control services, and West Fresno wins the dubious distinction as the worst place in California for hea