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Whose country is this?

Last Wednesday was Cinco de Mayo, a holiday celebrated in remembrance of the Mexican Militia’s victory over the French army at the city of Puebla, back in 1862.

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‘Big Brother’ at it again

Most parents of young children keep a close eye on them when feeding time comes around.

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@issue: Should marijuana be legalized?

In November, Californians will have the grand opportunity to reduce crime and prison costs, create jobs and reduce police corruption.

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California’s big mistake

Parole is an integral part of any criminal justice system.

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No more ‘slacking off’

If you’re a Fresno Unified School District student, and your grades aren’t the greatest, kiss your summer goodbye.

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Maui, here we come

Thousands of college students flock to Mexico every year during spring break in an attempt to get as drunk and/or high as possible every day, and sometimes end up getting themselves into trouble.

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Furloughed? Work OT

Over the last year, state employees have been forced to take days off every month, without pay.

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Shop cheap, responsibly

Upon entering any local supermarket, one might be drawn to the produce section.

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NEVs belong in neighborhoods

Fresno’s streets may seem crowded enough to some of us already, but if the Fresno City Council gets its way, be prepared to share the road even more.

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One not so handy ride

Fresno Area Express (FAX) is our city’s public transportation system.

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Listening to Cali Nanny

Talking on cell phones without a hands-free device while driving is distracting, right? Though some of us may or may not agree, state senator Joe Simitian thinks it is.

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Panhandlers gotta go

As we drive throughout Fresno, we come across the defiant driver talking on their cell phone, the person driving unbelievably slow and of course the cyclists riding bikes in the middle of traffic lanes, as if they were riding solar-powered motorcycles. But what’s even more of a nuisance are the panhandlers who occupy the medians throughout the city.

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