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Central Valley Obamacare enrollments surge in Dec.

Covered California has released Central Valley statistics on health care plan enrollment through last month.More than 28,000 people in an eight-county swath of the Central San Joaquin Valley enrolled in plans through Covered California, the state's health insurance exchange, last year.

State Water Project deliveries cut to zero

Downstream water users of State Water Project flows from the Sacramento Delta region received the news they were dreading to hear today.

Fresno ranked low for walkability

Fresno was named the 25th most walkable large city in the U.S., according to recent rankings by Walk Score.

As drought continues, feds won't seize water

San Luis Reservoir(AP) — Farmers on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley are breathing a sigh of relief after federal officials said they won't seize water in the San Luis Reservoir intended for the farmers' crops.

PG&E to focus job training in Fresno

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. will fight unemployment in Fresno County this year as it offers its PowerPathway workforce development program to train job seekers in the region.

Clovis offers free business workshops

The City of Clovis will sponsor three, free workshops in February to help businesses save money and be more successful.

Fresno council approves industrial fee waivers

The Fresno City Council anonymously approved a program giving the city manager the ability to reduce or waive development fees for building projects in its industrial areas.

Fresno council says no to bus rapid transit

The Fresno City Council voted 4-3 last night to reject spending $1.7 million on two consultant contracts that would get the wheels moving on the bus rapid transit project.

Chukchansi Park Agriculture Zone set for opening day

Agriculture Zone will kick off basball season.
Gar & Esther Tootelian Charitable Foundation and Gar Tootelian, Inc. (GAR) have partnered with the Fresno Grizzlies to become the official sponsor of a new Agriculture Zone at Chukchansi Park.

Security First Bank boosts income in '13

Fresno's Security First Bank reported 2013 net income of $327,000, or 19 cents per share — up 23 percent from 2012.