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published on June 3, 2016 - 7:58 AM

Fresno’s River Park shopping center will be celebrating the grand opening of its newest addition this weekend — a 15,000-square-foot

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published on - 7:53 AM

(AP) — Donald Trump supporters leaving the presidential candidate’s rally in San Jose were pounced on by protesters, some of

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published on - 7:43 AM

According to court documents, businessman Reynolds was the president and sole shareholder of Ben-E-Lect, a health care claims processor that

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published on June 2, 2016 - 9:03 AM

A new Visalia-based nonprofit hospice organization has been formed and its new facility designed to provide end-of-life care will be

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published on - 8:59 AM

(AP) — SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says if things go according to plan people will be on Mars just nine

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published on - 8:56 AM

Global market research firm FocusVision announced it has acquired a new cloud-based asset management firm. FocusVision has added Colorado-based 24Tru

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published on - 8:51 AM

Fresno’s Security First Bank announced that is has once again extended a merger agreement with Southern California-based SunPac Financial. As

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published on - 8:46 AM

(AP) — The creators of “The Sims” are opening up gender customization options for the first time in the long-running

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published on - 8:42 AM

(AP) — The investigation into a murder-suicide on the UCLA campus took a more sinister turn Thursday when police announced

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published on - 8:38 AM

(AP) — Energy leaders from countries that pump out 75 percent of the world’s climate-changing emissions talked Thursday on the

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