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FLYP announces award winners

Fresno's Leading Young Professionals will honor five influential community members and businesses during its annual awards banquet being held Nov. 14.

Navy picks Lemoore for F-35 base

Naval Air Station Lemoore has been named the West Coast base for the Navy's F-35C fighter jet.The Navy announced its decision to base the F-35C aircraft at the Lemmore airbase today. 

Business sales down in Fresno, Tulare counties

Business sales in California decreased 15.2 percent in September compared to the month before.Business sales dipped slightly throughout Fresno and Tulare counties in September, ending a four-month growth trend.

Local teens arrested in 920 chicken deaths

(AP) — Deputies have arrested four people — one adult and three juveniles — who are suspected of breaking into a Foster Farms chicken ranch and killing more than 900 birds with a golf club.

Funds sought for southwest Fresno credit union

Self-Help Federal Credit Union is planning to open a new branch in southwest Fresno with help from the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission.

Craigslist sting nets 15 illegal contractors

A two-day sting operation by the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) in Fresno found 15 individuals to be contracting illegally. 

Fresno State awarded for innovative programs

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities announced two awards to Fresno State recently in honor of its excellence and innovation in some major areas of campus life and leadership.

List: Fresno low risk for home investors

Fresno was named among the safest real estate markets for investors looking into single family homes, according to quarterly data by HomeVestors of America, Inc.

Fresno's credit rating receives a boost

Moody's Investor Service has changed its outlook of Fresno's long-term ratings from stable to positive and affirmed the city's overall bond ratings. 

Community college program preps courses for drought displaced

Several community colleges in the Central Valley are busy developing training courses as part of a new state program imparting skills to workers displaced by California’s ongoing drought.