The hunt for a silver bullet to alleviate a local housing shortage and rein in the largest living expense of residents isn’t proving to be easy.
California’s largest utility is facing a growing chorus of complaints from San Joaquin Valley leaders criticizing a demand for drastic power rate increases.
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.
A report warns that California pensioners are contributing to China’s expansionist policies with financial backing of firms that key to the nation’s efforts.
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.
A brewing push to switch who receives the tax revenues from online purchases within the state of California might gain additional support from the Golden Empire on Wednesday.
Could a legal settlement over Fresno’s woebegone Granite Park be a case of “robbing Peter to pay Paul?”
Fresno developer Eddie Fanucchi, who is on track to build 488 homes in west Fresno, reflected on more than a healthy amount of hurdles and being a “proxy” in a tax fight between city and county officials.
Sacramento hostility toward the oil industry and hefty property tax breaks for solar players held up a 1,300-acre solar project in eastern Kern.