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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.
In the third installment of the biweekly Obamacare Q&A column, Emily Bazar answers readers questions about who will be required to have health insurance and gives advice to a 73-year-old who wonders if she and her husband need additional coverage.
Google giveth, and Google taketh away. On July 1, it will take away Google Reader. To the dismay of millions, that service will go the way of Google Answers, Google Buzz, iGoogle and GOOG-411. Google hasn't provided much in the way of a satisfying reason for this "spring cleaning," saying only that "usage has declined."
Internet radio company Pandora Media Inc. reported higher-than-expected revenue in the latest quarter, with losses in line with analysts' forecasts, as the number of subscribers who pay for ad-free listening more than doubled to exceed 2.5 million.
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 »
Every so often, a story so perfectly illustrates what can go wrong when you trust someone with your money that it serves as a kind of user's manual for any investor who comes along afterward.
Students and graduates sometimes worry that their educational credentials don't stack up to those whose degrees came from more elite institutions.
The stock market headed slightly lower Friday, keeping on track for its first weekly loss in a month.
Delta Air Lines is opening a $1.4 billion terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, strengthening its hand in the battle for the lucrative New York travel market.
The price of oil was knocked below $94 a barrel Friday by a combination of ample supplies and lukewarm demand.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline is about the same as it was last year at this time, and could be slightly cheaper by Monday. But it's more than double what it was in 2000. Here's how the price of gasoline on Memorial Day has changed since then, according to GasBuddy.com.