In negotiating to operate Al Radka Park, developer Terance Frazier had a helpful assist: Paul Swearengin, the Mayor’s husband.
Auto thefts and car break-ins have worsened in Fresno. Now, even the Mayor and City Council aren’t spared the indignity.
After 10 months, the business model of Fresno’s homelessness program is failing. George Hostetter finds out why.
Controversy is around every corner at City Hall. That, apparently, includes ceremonies during City Council meetings.
Debate is about to resume on one of Fresno’s most reliable sources of anger – downtown parking. The City Council …
The Development Code seems boring. It’s not. It’s where Fresno’s titans go to battle.
When it comes to ghost voting, George Hostetter asks the important question: “So what?”
In the midst of a rebuilding, Fresno’s fire department is refocusing on firefighter safety after Captain Pete Dern’s devastating injury.
Projections for rain are all over the place. George Hostetter looks at what Fresno will do if El Niño delivers heavy rain.
Question marks arise over the central Fresno mall as its new owner considers pushing out a high-volume government tenant.