California’s largest utility is facing a growing chorus of complaints from San Joaquin Valley leaders criticizing a demand for drastic power rate increases.
Although the Bulldogs and Mustangs have not played since 2013, the rivalry goes all the way back to 1922 as the two sides are set to meet for the 45th time.
If it weren’t for three costly turnovers, Fresno State would have waltzed their way out of Autzen Stadium on Saturday having conquered Oregon, the 11th ranked team in the nation, with a fairly dominant performance.
Fresno’s labor unions won a hefty victory on Thursday with Fresno Council members approving a new, sweeping project labor agreement mandating union labor on major city projects.
A last-minute tweak by Councilman Tyler Maxwell essentially rendered the proposal useless in the face of allegations by Councilman Garry Bredefeld that the resolution was effectively a shakedown.
Two Valley churches are hailing a legal victory against the State of California in its fight to ensure that places of worship are considered “essential” in the event of further lockdowns.
After stalling its permit approval and pushing to withhold a sizable number of card tables from operating, Fresno City Council member Tyler Maxwell is pushing to subject Club One Casino to annual reviews and place a quick expiration date on its permit.
He got six games under his belt in pandemic-shortened 2020. Will 2021 be the season Jake Haener joins the ranks of Fresno State’s great QBs?
Rivers, a legacy player and the closest thing the Bulldogs have to a ‘sure thing,’ tore up the Mountain West in 2020. He’s eyeing a bigger prize in 2021.
After a meeting with dozens of community members, Club One Casino looks primed to win approval to reopen at Granite Park. Fresno City Council member Tyler Maxwell has his own ideas about how to use the revenue the card room generates.