Toxic tap water in majority-Latino Central Valley communities

“¿Por qué no les importamos lo suficiente?”

Families in majority-Latino Central Valley communities like Tipton or Pixley have been waiting for potable water for years. Activists & officials say it’s a legacy of racist policies. Monica Vaughan of The Fresno Bee & I dug more on this. Here’s the first part of our story.

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Impacto económico de COVID 19 en el condado de Fresno

El desempleo en el condado de Fresno es el más alto de los últimos tres años, y se anticipa que suba a un 20% en mayo. La economía en el valle central continua sufriendo a causa del coronavirus –pero hay esperanzas de rehabilitación financiera. Conversé con lideres y expertos sobre los siguientes pasos para la recuperación de la economía local.

New cyber forensics technology helping Central Coast investigators stay one step ahead of criminals

Most crime can now be traced to a suspect’s digital footprint, and the recently established Central Coast Cyber Forensics Lab is helping investigators stay one step ahead of criminals. In the first full year since its inception, local detectives have been working with the Secret Service and the FBI to revisit cold cases and prevent crimes like human trafficking.