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Bill Could Remove Most Concealed Guns From Kern/Kingsburg School Campuses
New Book Celebrates History, Culture Of Highway 99, California's "Main Street"
Central Valley Raisin, Almond Crops Harmed In Monday's Thunderstorm
INTERVIEW: Yosemite Has A Trash Problem. What's Being Done About It?
Changing Immigration Policies Could Spell Bad News For Valley’s Doctor Pipeline
Electric Vehicles In The Central Valley Could Get A Big Boost Thanks To The VW Settlement
Dyer: New Approach Coming For Mental Health Cases
Pharmacists Are Now Poised To Ease Physician Shortage—If Only They Could Get Paid For It
Near Yosemite "It's Neighbor Waring Against Neighbor” Over Short-Term Rentals
Interview: Garry Bredefeld On Fresno's Pot Bans, Concealed Weapons
Two Valley Republican Congressmen Sign Letter Opposing DACA Repeal
With Limited Federal Funding, Valley Struggles To Expand Medical Training Programs
Bill McEwen Leaves Fresno Bee For GVWire.com
Toy Lending Library Aims To Reach Fresno's Youngest Learners
Patrick Contreras' New Sound Mixes Violin With Mariachi, Soul, Hip-Hop
During Drought In 2016, Fresno County Crop Value Drops By $482 Million
In Bakersfield, Complex Web Of Water Systems Makes Pollution Cleanup Difficult
When It Comes To Doctor Access, The San Joaquin Valley Is Being Left Behind
Citrus Industry Asks NAFTA Negotiators To "Do No Harm" To California Exports
Fresno Unlikely To Meet Ambitious Ten Year Goal On Homelessness