Staff Blogs


BLOG: Assemblyman 'outraged' at judge's prison sex change order

Assemblyman Devon Mathis (R-Visalia) said he is "outraged" at a federal judge's recent ruling requiring the California corrections department to provide a transgender inmate with sex reassignment surgery.

BLOG: Introducing the Morning Roundup

Editor's note: The inaugural Morning Roundup has been sent.

BLOG: Get behind plan to fix state's aging water system

In the next few weeks you may hear more and more about the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to fix the state's aging water distribution system.

BLOG: Give a cluck, rescue a chicken April 4

The Central California Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is looking for local folks who give a cluck.

BLOG: Snow readings reinforce need for added storage

If anyone remains unconvinced of the dire need for more water storage in California, the latest Sierra snow reading should do the trick.

BLOG: Fresno City College revives spring Renaissance fair

Hear ye, hear ye, knaves and wenches of the Central Valley — Fresno City College is embracing the Renaissance once again.

BLOG: Weird excuses for being late to work

If you've been an employer for long enough, you have probably heard them all.

BLOG: Marjaree Mason Center joins '50 Shades' boycott

Fresno's Marjaree Mason Center has joined a movement to boycott the movie "Fifty Shades of Grey," which opens in theaters today.

BLOG: Fresno firm seeks RadioShack displaced for jobs

A local restaurant management group is looking to hire workers who may be displaced by the anticipated closure of nine RadioShack locations in the Central Valley.

BLOG: Brown's budget a barrier to 'boom and bust'

Gov. Jerry Brown's administration recently presented an analysis of his 2015-16 budget proposal to the California Chamber of Commerce.