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Fresh from the fields, the much-anticipated Fresno State corn is expected to arrive Friday at the Gibson Farm Market.
A fire early Thursday destroyed Oakhurst Lodge in central Oakhurst, causing about $1 million in damage. Highway 41 was closed while firefighters battled the blaze. At least 22 people staying in the lodge were evacuated to other hotels.
A gang member with a lengthy history of violent crimes fired all five shots from a revolver at Fresno police detectives Wednesday afternoon before he was arrested in southeast Fresno, Chief Jerry Dyer said Thursday. Neither the gang member nor officers were wounded.
This blog has two parts. The first part is an e-mail I received Wednesday from Dee Barnes, president of the Fresno City Employees Association — the city’s white-collar union. Dee’s e-mail is a response to a blog I posted Tuesday evening. My blog was an analysis of how power works at City Hall in general, [...]read more »
Steve Lewis fell in love with a nearly century old, U-shaped house in southeast Fresno when he learned it was designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene — the brothers who designed the Gamble House in Pasadena. The 3,300-square-foot colonial revival-style home on the corner of East Balch Avenue and Eighth Street in Fresno is [...]read more »
Sacramento Bee political columnist Dan Walters says the real loser in Tuesday’s state Senate District 16 special election is the “Democratic left.” Check out his video commentary.read more »
The future of the Darling International rendering plant could be decided soon when a Fresno County Superior Court Judge delivers his decision in a lawsuit that a citizens group filed last spring against the city and the plant. Both sides of the lawsuit met at a hearing Tuesday afternoon to give their final arguments in [...]read more »
Joseph Castro's appointment as the new president of Fresno State was celebrated Wednesday by his former Hanford High School classmates, who remembered Castro as a bright student who clearly was destined to go places.
Kings County landowners suing the state High Speed Rail Authority will not have their case combined with a related case, allowing them to go to court for a hearing at the end of the month.
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.
Here's a curveball for city of Fresno officials trying to broker an agreement with Madera County over growth: There's already a five-year-old plan in place from a previous dust-up. And that's left some, notably officials in Madera County, wondering why they should bother with a whole new deal.
Finding a job in the real world is always a challenge for the proverbial liberal-arts major. This year, even college graduates with vocational degrees are struggling to get work.
Kaweah Delta Medical Center in Visalia showed off its new helipad last week.