Fresno County’s two largest school districts were surprised with millions of dollars in donations this week to their charitable foundations.
Suffice it to say, this year’s Big Fresno Fair opening ceremonies went a little smoother than last year.
Bullard High School’s new policy banning student access to their cellphones and other smart devices during the school day is being postponed again.
Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer’s ambitious One Fresno Housing Plan suffered a fragmented rollout during a marathon Thursday City Council meeting.
A phishing scam that cost the City more than $600,000 in 2020 went public earlier this year, putting Fresno’s City Controller on shaky ground.
Fresno’s long-awaited aquarium might finally be on the table – just not where you might expect.
Fresno lawmakers faced a blockbuster day of votes – stretching late into Thursday night. Here’s a look at some of the key votes before night fell.
An investigator found that then-Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro had a “blind spot” when it came to a top aide, Frank Lamas, who received a golden handshake amid a litany of Title IX sex harassment complaints.
It appears Fresno City Controller Michael Lima is on the hot seat.
The former principal of Wolters Elementary did not appear in court to enter his plea on charges of child abuse and child endangerment over shoving an autistic child.