Fresno City Council agenda this Thursday includes a discussion of: an 11-member Displacement Task Force, RDA’s housing successor with the sale of BRIO in downtown, BRT, and more which will guide Fresno’s growth into the future.
Fresno Police Auditor John Gliatta’s third quarter report reviewed several investigations by the Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division where body cameras proved effective.
Fresno State Athletic Corp. financial statement shows a $1 million dollar gap in the red, but as always the bills will get paid.
Fresno City Council to discuss a federal grant for the specific purpose of acting “on evidence resulting from sexual assault kits” that have yet to be tested.
Fresno City Counsel will champion progressive causes in the near future and the Fresno Bee will have competition.
City Council procedure, council members looking to move on, who will be next President of the Fresno City Council in 2019 and beyond?
Blue wave in California Assembly and Senate, but one Central Valley Republican garnered a substantial amount of the vote and is focused on the issues.
Parks tax headed to defeat as Fresno Mayor Lee Brands begins the difficult task of addressing public safety and parks needs.
As voters decide tax increases on the ballot, Fresno will increase fees and fines on Thursday unless a council member pulls the item.
No surprise, Central Valley voters still want water solutions, which is evident from the Fresno State and the Friant Water Authority survey regarding water issues.