As Airbnbs grow in Fresno, so are neigbor complaints. Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld wants to regulate short-term rentals to maintain stability.
Despite a road block in easing bus access across Shaw Ave, transportation officials are undeterred – investing in technicians to keep busses running.
80,000 workers for Kaiser Permanente are expected to go on strike in the largest strike since 1997. The move affects more than 1,000 workers in Fresno.
The neighborhood of Blackstone and Barstow is proving to be a key hub of activity for developers of all stripes, including hoteliers.
With one tweet mocking Fresno from its spokeswoman, Firestone-Walker Brewing’s 805 beer went from one of Fresno’s favorite brews to a local pariah.
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.