TRUSTEES APPROVE SECOND ROUND OF CUTS — The second phase of cuts proposed by the Madera Unified administration was approved Tuesday night by the trustees.
But a mighty pen … uh, keyboard. I guess this meager scribe better lay off, or at least be careful when talking about Donald Trump.
Yay, April 7 is National Coffee Cake Day! As far as I can tell, coffee cakes never go out of style.
Authorities say a Fresno woman attacked by two dogs is fighting for her life.
Some residents of drought-stricken California who let their lawns turn brown and took shorter showers could soon get some relief, while others may continue to feel the pain. In the coming months, state officials will undertake a monumental task of rewriting conservation orders for a fifth year of drought.
A special election in southwest Fresno County today could move Assembly Democrats closer to the two-thirds majority they need to raise taxes without Republican support.
Residents of drought-plagued California fell just short of the state's mandated water conservation target over the nine months that ended in February as they let lawns turn brown, flushed toilets less often and took other strict measures, officials said Monday.