After months of mulling, Andrew Janz is taking a pass on a rematch with Devin Nunes and focusing on Fresno Mayor Lee Brand.
The settlement resolves a four-month fight over negative comments directed at City employees by Councilmember Holly Blair.
Judge Alvin Harrell III asked if there was any chance for a deal. Arambula flatly replied: “I’m not taking a plea.”
Local taxpayers are starting to get a sense of what it means to unwind the original vision for California’s bullet train.
The Bureau of Reclamation revised its allocation for south-of-the-Delta Central Valley Project contractors on Wednesday, raising the allocation to 65 …
Things are about to get really interesting for Fresnans who care about the fate of Blackstone Avenue. The Planning Commission …
Mayor Lee Brand is on the clock to find a successor to Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer. His first step: going to the public.
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Thanks to millions in bond debt and hefty rent payments, the Fresno Grizzlies are typically under the microscope of the City. Except in 2018.
Much like the street it sits on, the Helm Building is beginning the long process of urban rebirth, courtesy of developer Sevak Khatchadourian.