Councilmen Luis Chavez and Garry Bredefeld want to give Fresno businesses in certain parts of town an option when it comes to combating theft and vandalism.
The residents in the part of town that is often called “Forgotten Fresno” in northwest Fresno will finally get a new and permanent home for Fire Station 18.
The contract to manage the Convention Center and Chukchansi Park is back on the table. Expect a heated debate over past performance and money.
Supporters of a Measure C extension are busy drafting a game plan and putting together a team to make it a success before it hits the 2022 ballot.
Returning $500,000 in grants, Fresno’s attempt to use on-demand minibuses with flexible routes is dead for now. But it could get the greenlight eventually.
The Fresno City Council on Thursday will try again to improve pedestrian safety when it comes to crossing two of the city’s busiest streets.
Fresno City Council Member Miguel Arias wants a guarantee that each council district is represented on the Planning Commission.
In documents filed with the City of Fresno, church officials say St. John’s Cathedral has been victimized by various types of crimes, including hate crimes.
The report deals with the challenges of funding police infrastructure in a world where technology and public expectations are constantly changing.
City Hall has proof that the reopening Fulton Corridor to vehicular traffic has been a success both to business and the community’s quality of life.