Fresno City Council Wants Its Bitwise Money Back
Fresno Companies Say They’ve Been Left out of City’s Rezoning Discussions
Judge Freezes Bitwise Assets in Lawsuit by Texas Partner
The Big Tell Just Got Bigger: More than $250K Available for Local Filmmakers’ Projects
Mayor Dyer Once Praised Bitwise. Now, He Admonishes Stressed Company.
Baseball Legend Steve Garvey Considering Entering Race for Feinstein Senate Seat
California Bill Requiring Big Tech to Pay for News Content Clears Assembly
Woman Walking on Central Coast Beach Finds Ancient Mastodon Tooth
Judge Dismisses Criminal Charges Against PG&E in Fatal 2020 Wildfire
Jury Convicts San Francisco Man Who Brutally Killed Elderly Roommate During Zoom Call
Money Stored in PayPal, Venmo and Other Payment Apps Could Be Vulnerable, Watchdog Warns
Just Days to Spare, Senate Gives Final Approval to Debt Ceiling Deal, Sending It to Biden
Florida’s Battle over Children’s Books: Laws Restricting Access Spark Controversy and Confusion
Macy’s Sees Pullback by Shoppers, Slashes Expectations for the Year
Blinken Says No Ukraine Cease-Fire Without a Peace Deal That Includes Russia’s Withdrawal
Mother, Child Killed in Latest Russian Missile Bombardment of Ukraine’s Capital
Olympic Sports Leaders Meet Amid Uncertainty Over Russians Competing at 2024 Paris Games
North Korea Spy Satellite Launch Fails as Rocket Falls Into the Sea
NATO to Send 700 More Troops to Kosovo to Help Quell Violent Protests
FUSD Offers Teachers 11% Pay Raise over 3 Years in First Contract Proposal
Sunnyside High’s Marco Suarez Refused to Let His Environment Define Him. Now He’s Bound for UC Berkeley.
Consultants ID $2.5 Billion in Needs for Fresno Schools. Time for Another Bond Measure?
New Report: CSUs Have $1.5 Billion Funding Gap, Tuition Hikes Suggested
With Aviation Academy, ‘The Sky Is Not the Limit Anymore’ for FUSD Students
San Francisco’s BART May Put California Public Transit into Death Spiral
How Will Newsom Deal With ‘Structural’ Budget Deficits That Seem Here to Stay?
Newsom, Just Like DeSantis, Unabashedly Using Schools to Fight Culture War
Opposition Mounting to Newsom’s Plan for Streamlining Big California Projects
Blast Waves Causing Brain Injuries That Can Lead to PTSD, Suicide
What Bitwise Told Potential Lenders as It Tried to Raise Cash Before Employee Furloughs
Texas Company Seeks $33 Million From Bitwise in Lawsuit Filed Today
New guidelines from the California Department of Public Health opens the door to allowing small numbers of students back on campuses closed since March 13. A...