Valley legislators are demanding Gov. Gavin Newsom beef up CalTrans’ budget to cleanup homeless encampments and litter in the Fresno metro area.
Superior Court Judge Kimberly Gaab ruled that Measure P, a 30-year parks tax initiative for the City of Fresno, did not reach the necessary vote threshold.
One Fresno State nursing program lost accreditation this year while another operated for years without it. Now, Dean Jody Hironaka-Juteau has resigned.
A $10 million claim of damages by a Fresno developer has opened a chasm at Fresno’s City Hall, Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld announced.
Fresno’s Planning Commission will decide whether concerns about alleged blight caused by an electronic billboard trump a big payday for the city’s coffers.
The university suspended Sigma Chi Fraternity through Feb. 3, 2020 due to incidents stemming from a fraternity event on Cinco De Mayo.
Garner’s employment status has been something of a mystery since Aug. 6, when rumors circulated that he was escorted out of police headquarters.
Fresno has a new Director of Economic Development and she’s already a familiar face in the corridors of City Hall.
While his 2018 campaign paid his salary and benefits during his leave, Janz claims a new County leave policy would put his family’s livelihood at risk.
Amid claims of an unfair process in hiring a vendor to clean up weeds and other waste, Fresno is forcing a winning bidder to try again to keep its contract.