California lawmakers and activists are pressing Gov. Gavin Newsom to spend more to help the state’s poorest residents.
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Fresno County is using mail-in ballots and new technology at polling places to make it easier for voters to cast their ballots.
Vang is the first Hmong American to be recognized in the 106-year history of the Pulitzer’s arts and letters prizes.
The Latinx families lost young mothers due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
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A Central Valley district attorney is defying the attorney general with his plan to pursue a new murder charge against a woman who used methamphetamine and delivered a stillbirth.
Tulare County officials hope the region will soon be a testing ground for a new generation of technology in a centuries-old war: Human vs. Mosquito.
CSU makes public new harassment and abuse cases involving managers at six campuses in California in response to an EdSource records request.
A new pilot program from the city of Fresno equips street vendors with cameras in an effort to protect them against attacks or robberies. This comes a year after street vendor Lorenzo Perez was murdered on the job
The 2022 Primary Election is June 7. Find out more about the candidates on your ballot and local measures with this guide from our partners at Voter's Edge.
The Other California is a new podcast from KVPR that takes a deeper look at the San Joaquin Valley's small towns. This week’s episode features the oil town of Taft in Kern County.
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