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Fresno State students to present business ideas

More than 30 Fresno State student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to judges and the public Tuesday as part of the 157 Entrepreneurship Expo.

Ag industry ripe for tech disruption

From left: Eduardo Garcia, crop adviser with California Coast Crop Consulting; Robert Sisson, retired programmer with IBM in Sacramento; Michelle Sisson, affiliate with Tufts University and Robert’s daughter, Joy Cowden, instructional design specialist with West Hills College Coalinga, were part of a team at the Coalinga hackathon event.As California struggles with its fifth consecutive year of drought, technology innovators say the agricultural industry is ripe for disruption.

New South Valley health care foundation in the works

Kaweah Delta Healthcare District and the Visalia Medical Clinic have announced the formation of a special medical foundation to better serve the community. 

Fresno’s Cargill plant adopts Tesla battery system

A Tesla rendering shows an application of a Tesla battery system aimed at power utility-scale energy storage.Cargill has teamed with Tesla and Pacific Gas & Electric Co. on the installation of a new energy storage system at the company's Fresno beef processing facility.  

Immigration march planned in downtown Fresno

Immigrants, legal permanent residents and community allies will march at Fresno’s Courthouse Park today in support of the president’s executive actions on immigration reform. 

Jennifer Lopez named Children's Miracle Network spokesperson

Jennifer Lopez has been named the newest spokesperson for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH), including Valley Children’s Hospital.

Feds withdraw Rim Fire indictment after witness deaths

The U.S. attorney has moved to withdraw the indictment of the man suspected of starting the 2013 Rim Fire, which burned 250,000 acres of Sierra Nevada land.The deaths of two key witnesses has led the federal government to dismiss the indictment against a man suspected of starting the 2013 Rim Fire that burned 250,000 acres of Sierra Nevada land, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.

$9M Fresno warehouse expansion creating up to 40 jobs

The D&H warehouse and distributing center in southeast Fresno is undergoing a $9 million expansion that will double its size.A $9 million expansion is underway at the D&H warehouse and distributing center in southeast Fresno.

AP NewsBreak: California cuts habitat fix for Delta project

(AP) — California officials have dramatically scaled back the habitat restoration planned during construction of two massive tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to send water to farms and millions of people.

Tower Theatre to host Wrecking Crew film, director

Fresno Filmworks on May 8 will host a showing and chat with the maker of the documentary film "The Wrecking Crew," about an important group of session musicians.