As Fresno’s 2022 elections begin to appear on the horizon, two of the candidates for City Council District 1 are pulling away in fundraising totals.
A proposal to beef up rental property check-ups, fees, and punitive fines was rejected following outcry from Merced residents that the policy was ineffective.
Sixteen Visalians are vying to fill an empty spot on the city council. In the mix? A known talk radio host, retired Tulare County judge, veterans, millennials, and more.
Bernardi has a football coaching resume that includes stops at the Universities of Tennessee, Oregon, and San Jose State.
It was the first bit of normalcy the ‘Dogs have had since the end of the 2019 season before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, before DeBoer even took charge.
Following the lead of Gov. Gavin Newsom, a proposal in the City of Fresno will require all city employees to either have received the COVID-19 vaccine or undergo weekly testing.
No opposition and more than an hour of emotional appeals from out-of-work blackjack dealers, cooks, servers and support staff couldn’t sway Fresno lawmakers to outright approve the cardroom’s move.
An item on Wednesday’s Tulare Health Care District agenda stirred the pot that a potential sale of the once-troubled hospital was on the horizon.
With no end in sight to California’s water crisis, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer visited Fresno to unveil his plan to provide accessible, clean water throughout the state.
Sparks are flying once again between two high-ranking Fresno Republicans.