Have A Story For Us?

Latest Local News

Fresno senior facility wins national design award

The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in Fresno has received a national design award.The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in Fresno was recently recognized as one of the best-designed continuing care retirement communities in the nation.

Most expensive home of '14: $2.38M in Fresno

The Valley’s most expensive home sold for $2.38 million this year, and features four bedrooms and six bathrooms in Northwest Fresno.The Central Valley's luxury home market continues to be supported by local buyers rather than out-of-town relocations, meaning most buyers have worked their way up to $1 million-plus homes.

CoreLogic: Valley foreclosure rates down in October

Foreclosure rates for four Central Valley counties fell in October, according to real estate research firm CoreLogic.Central Valley foreclosure and delinquency rates declined in October, according to new data from real estate research firm CoreLogic.

California citrus avoids damaging cold

(AP) — Citrus growers in California's San Joaquin Valley say potentially damaging cold failed to materialize overnight.

Year in Review: Technology

While not the Mecca of software developers and innovators that made the Silicon Valley famous, the Central Valley fostered its own underground of ambitious and tech savvy entrepreneurs in 2014.

Year in Review: Sports & Entertainment

Central Valley sports and entertainment isn’t a news category where much changes from year to year. But 2014 proved to be an outlier, and perhaps the year’s biggest stories involved the Valley’s entertainment landscape.

Year in Review: Government

Throwing in some controversial measures, plans and an election year, it was a busy 2014 for government in the Central Valley.

Year in Review: Construction and Real Estate

The Square at Campus Pointe near Fresno State kicked off major work this year to usher in a new movie theater and retail stores in 2015.Several commercial, industrial and residential projects gained renewed momentum in 2014 as the Central Valley economy continued to recover from the recession.

Year in Review: Agriculture

Local nurseries remained busy this year despite the drought. Almonds, such as these young trees in Fresno County, were a popular choice.For all the attention the California drought has brought to the San Joaquin Valley, local growers undoubtedly find themselves in the same situation they were in this time last year, if not worse.

Year in Review: Health Care

Children's Hospital Central California switched to its former name, Valley Children's Hospital.The outlook was good for the health care industry this year as Covered California recovered from its rocky debut; the long anticipated Clovis pharmacy school opened and several Central Valley hospitals expanded their clinical services.