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FRESNO COUNTY: Pipeline projects see day in the sun

Genuine enthusiasm and optimism rings through the voice of Lee Ann Eager, CEO of the Economic Development Corporation serving Fresno County, when she speaks about what she sees on the economic horizon.

Time machine finds stories of Fresno's business past

Take a trip on The Business Journal's time machine to five, ten and 20 years agoTake a trip on The Business Journal's time machine as we scour our archives for business stories of times past.

Traffic congestion falls in Fresno

Drivers in the U.S. spent an average of 12.1 hours in gridlock traffic from September 2012 to September 2013.While gridlock rose in most California cities in the 12 months preceding September, traffic congestion continued to pose less of a problem for Fresno drivers in the year.

Plane crashes in front yard in Calif., killing 2

(AP) — A single-engine aircraft crashed in the front yard of a home in Central California on Thursday, killing two people on board.

Verizon adds cell sites in Fresno, Kings counties

Verizon Wireless recently added five new cell towers throughout Fresno and Kings counties to expand its wireless network coverage in the Valley.

Most expensive home sold for $2.8M in Clovis

A 7,000 square-foot home at 3402 Reno Ave. in Clovis took top high-end honors in 2013.Continued economic growth in 2013 led to more high-end million dollar-plus homes being sold in the Central Valley.

Vang Pao statue to grace Fresno fairgrounds

General Vang Pao will be the newest exhibit at the Fresno Fairgrounds tomorrow when Monster City Studios unveils a life-sized statue of the Hmong leader and hero.

Videos vie for votes in ag expo contest

Ten videos telling the story of agriculture are racking up votes for a chance at $3,000 as part of a contest by the World Ag Expo in Tulare.

Wells Fargo grants to help Fresno neighborhoods

Three Fresno nonprofits will receive a total of $458,600 from Wells Fargo as part of a grant program to improve dilapidated neighborhoods.

Fresno State tops in physical therapy

Fresno State's physical therapy program was ranked No. 8 nationally in a survey among current students compiled by the Graduate Programs Foundation.