The campaign of Fresno County Board of Supervisors candidate Nasreen Johnson received two emails Monday, February 18, that threatened sexual violence against her. She has notified the Fresno Police Department.
The Central Valley Tea Party held a rally in north Fresno, California, on Saturday to show support for President Donald Trump after his national emergency declaration to build a border wall between US, Mexico.
A day after his State of the State address, California Governor Gavin Newsom met with the mayors of Fresno, Merced & Bakersfield to discuss the high-speed rail project and what funds exist for future construction.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 72 to provide $131.3 million in immediate relief from the state’s general fund for a variety of pressing issues, including providing safe drinking water to the 1 million Californians without it.
Gov. Gavin Newsom was in the central San Joaquin Valley on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, to sign several assembly bills aimed at providing clean drinking water to low-income communities and meet local mayors.
The three candidates for the District 2 seat on the Fresno County Board of Supervisors attended a candidate forum on Monday, February 11, 2019. They sparred over development, river access, homelessness and more.
Congressman Jim Costa, the Fresno Democrat, has backed a House joint resolution that could lead to the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Yemen. The move comes after criticism, including a roving billboard attacking him within his district.
US Navy veteran Joaquin Antonio Sotelo Tarin of Merced County, California, must surrender to ICE agents and may be deported to Mexico over a criminal record that includes drug and domestic violence convictions.
San Joaquin Valley congressmen Devin Nunes, Jim Costa and TJ Cox react to President Donald Trump’s decision to temporarily end the government shutdown. Nunes blames media and Democrats for much of country’s ills.
Rep. Jim Costa and Rep. TJ Cox, both Fresno Democrats, listened to concerns from federal workers and local businesses hurting due to the government shutdown at a forum held in downtown Fresno, CA on Jan. 18, 2019.