Gen Z taking a pass on having kids

“No to kids” is a common outlook for the rising Gen Z population in the United States, but this is as much a global phenomenon as it is a growing ideology in the United States. Generation Z is historically setting a new record with fewer childbirths in recent years. Younger women, in addition to men, […]

Attorneys for former Tulare hospital leaders accuse DA Ward of biased prosecution

The Tulare County District Attorney’s office may be forced to recuse itself from the long and winding cases against three former Tulare hospital leaders if the attorneys’ claims of bias against District Attorney Tim Ward hold up in court. Attorneys representing Dr. Yorai ‘Benny’ Benzeevi, Bruce Greene and Alan Germany filed a motion on Tuesday […]

Visalia Swears in Newly Elected City Council

In a Visalia City Council Special meeting Wednesday, December 7, new and returning city council members were sworn in. Before the ceremony Vincent Salinas thanked retiring Greg Collins for his service on the council. All the recently elected members thanked their supporters and pointed out family members cheering them on in the audience. “Thanks for […]

Visalia Animal Services Celebrates National Adoption Weekend

Looking to bring home holiday happiness in the form of a four-legged, forever family member? Mark your calendar for the upcoming National Adoption Weekend, kicking off on Friday, December 9th. The Visalia Animal Care Center has partnered with national organization Best Friends and is taking part in their National Adoption Weekend on Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December […]