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published on April 5, 2016 - 7:17 PM

(AP) — Oregon, California, the federal government and others have agreed to go forward with a plan to remove four

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published on - 7:14 PM

(AP) — Facebook is training its computers to become seeing-eye guides for blind and visually impaired people as they scroll

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published on - 7:12 PM

Fresno Madera Farm Credit announced it will return $6.29 million to its members in the form of a cash patronage

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published on - 7:09 PM

The City of Clovis has just started a photography contest that offers residents a glimpse into the past. The theme

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published on - 7:05 PM

(AP) — A massive gas leak of natural gas last year that crippled a major energy supply for Southern California

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published on - 7:03 PM

(AP) — A California certified public accountant who stole more than $4 million from a religious center in New Jersey

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published on - 6:58 PM

(AP) — WhatsApp says it’s now using a powerful form of encryption to protect the security of photos, videos, group

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published on - 9:25 AM

Fowler Packing and Gerawan Farming are being supported by seven leading California grower associations who last week asked the U.S.

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published on - 9:21 AM

After declining in February, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index roared back in March, the 28th consecutive month the

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published on April 4, 2016 - 9:36 PM

Among the key challenges still being addressed is building proper financial channels to help support new businesses as they grow.

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