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New hip-hop station hosting KRS-One March 20

Newly reformatted Fresno radio station 105.5 FM will host a launch party with rapper KRS-One at Fulton 55 on March 20. 

CoreLogic: Valley foreclosure rates mostly fell in December

Valley foreclosure rates mostly continued their year-over-year descent in December, according to new data from real estate information firm CoreLogic.

Shania Twain picks Fresno to wrap final tour

(AP) — Shania Twain will launch her final tour this summer.

Fresno agency shopping global food TV show

From left: Peter DeYoung, celebrity chef Robert Del Grande, Karla Stockli (CEO of California Fig Advisory Board), Marissa McPhail (International Marketing Director) and Thomas Payne (food scientist).Fresno-based advertising company Culinary Competitions International (CCI) is currently in talks with several different cable channels to distribute its international commodity-centered television show “Global Bites.”

Les Schwab collects 3,500 toys in Valley

Les Schwab Tire Centers helped collect more than 3,500 toys for the Great Valley Toy Drive this past holiday season, making the toy haul one of the largest ever for the event. 

Pacific Ethanol announces record earnings

Shares of Pacific Ethanol surged more than 11 percent to $10.40 in after-hours trading Wednesday afternoon after the low-carbon, renewable fuels manufacturer reported record fourth quarter and full year earnings.

Fresno's Storyland needs $500K to reopen

Photo contributed from the Rotary Storyland Playland Facebook page. Storyland Playland has announced an emergency plan calling for a cash infusion of $500,000 in order to open in time for the 2015 season. The money would be used for repairs and three months of operational costs at the child literacy-themed Storyland, while neighboring Playland will remain shuttered.

Fresno Pacific to partner for educational doctorate

Fresno Pacific University (FPU) will host the George Fox University Doctor of Educational Leadership (Ed.D) beginning this spring. The doctorate is geared towards K-12 administrators and those who want to go into higher education, particularly the student life and financial aid fields. 

Valley economic index slips in February but remains positive

For the 15th consecutive month, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index tallied a positive reading of the Valley economy.

New low-power radio station to play classic hits

A low-power radio station dedicated to classic hits from artists like Frank Sinatra and Barbara Streisand launched in Fresno County last month.