City Council hopeful Nelson Esparza will pay a $500 penalty to the city and return roughly $5,000 in funds to an old campaign committee, per a settlement.
The Dogs started 1992 looking to prove themselves in their new conference: the WAC. After tough losses, Sweeney’s Dogs rebounded toward an upset of USC. That legacy has trickled down to 2017 with Tedford’s return.
Exactly two years from today – Oct. 16, 2019 – the Jerry Dyer era in Fresno law enforcement must come to an end. Then again, maybe it won’t. Here’s why.
Yvonne Spence’s complaint over Bredefeld’s NFL comments touched off a charter showdown, forcing the Council and Executive Branch to grapple with the issue.
A smooth-sailing, no-bid contract for catering the City-owned, SMG-operated Convention Center is a departure from then-Councilman Lee Brand’s hard-charging attacks on SMG.
City Hall wants more than $4 million of Measure C funds to help build a new junior college satellite campus in West Fresno. All it will take is a big rewrite of Measure C spending rules.
Jerry Brown and Jeff Sessions are in a tug-of-war over local law enforcement cooperation with ICE. Here’s what’s happening in Fresno.
Mayor Lee Brand and a handful of civic leaders returned on Saturday from a weeklong trip to Spain where they met with that nation’s top high-speed rail officials.
The big challenge facing city officials: How does City Hall fix FAX if it doesn’t know why ridership fell by nearly half in a mere seven years?
The Caglias’ 2 million square-foot development would neighbor Amazon’s fulfillment center and, if all goes according to the City’s plan, the high-speed rail heavy maintenance facility