Advice for Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom from California leaders and experts
Industry leaders and experts in education, politics and the environment gave offered this advice to Gavin Newsom on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, just a few days after he was elected California's next governor.
We asked students and professors at Sacramento State University about their opinions on higher education in California in October 2018. They gave us opinions on overcrowding, financial aid, debt and finishing in on time – among other topics.
When Sen. Dianne Feinstein spoke to the Editorial Board at The Fresno Bee on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, she answered questions from invited guest Mattingly Frea, a fifth-grader from Figarden Elementary School in Fresno, California.
Assemblyman Jim Patterson said the DMV promised to increase operating hours including Saturdays, and less crowding and waiting for customers. Despite an increased budget to accomplish that, Patterson says the DMV has failed to deliver its promises.
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.
Terrell Carter II, a senior on the Fresno State men's basketball team, does what he always does, greeting fans after a home game. His first "target" is usually Lisa Smittcamp, Fresno County district attorney. Here, she smiles as he rubs his jersey
A tuxedoed man representing American Bridge, a Democratic super PAC, tries to give Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Tulare, a "Corrupties" trophy as the congressman approaches his Washington, D.C. office on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Thousands of women and men marched for social issues during second annual Women's March in Fresno and elsewhere around the world Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. The signs they carried expressed many different viewpoints.