A new local movement designed to fight for California’s oil and gas industry has sprung up to raise awareness against competing interests in the state.
Fresno City Councilman Luis Chavez crafted a pilot program aiming to strengthen job creation along one of Fresno’s major thoroughfares.
Two weeks after launching a broadside at Pacific Gas and Electric, Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer is backing off a taxpayer-funded takeover of the utility.
An initial proposal that would undercut financial incentives for installing solar panels on homes is being rolled back, with some other changes. Here’s what it means.
After three hours of debate, the launch of Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer’s latest battle with PG&E – exploring the creation of a taxpayer-funded power utility to supplant the company – didn’t go as planned.
The proposed Convention Center-anchored Courtyard Marriott in downtown Fresno secured its construction funding on Monday, bringing the project one step closer to breaking ground.
Fresno residents could soon receive their electricity from a city-owned power operator.
A Kern County judge ruled Friday that Tastries Bakery owner Cathy Miller cannot be forced to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples.
Despite last-minute intervention by Attorney General Rob Bonta, a thorny, make-or-break zoning issue surrounding some of Fresno’s largest industrial firms reached a partial settlement on Thursday.
Leaders in one Tulare County city are realizing they may have to tamp down their expectations on the amount of green marijuana can bring in.