Seven months after their contract expired, an overwhelming majority of Fresno Police officers rejected an offer from the city, currently led by its former police chief.
Fresno lawmakers appealed the license award of four prospective cannabis dispensaries. Now, they’re appealing three replacements.
“It’s become harder than ever to recruit and retain officers in a city staring down heavy violent crime.” writes outgoing City Council President Luis Chavez
Students will not return to campus at Fresno State at the start of the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of the holidays, Fresno has, once again, awarded all of its cannabis licenses. Don’t expect the fighting to stop for the yuletide.
Facing allegations of breaking federal law for apparent low voter registration removal numbers, Fresno County says it has done nothing wrong.
One of the cannabis dispensaries vying for, but denied, a permit in Fresno but rejected is suing the city, claiming other dispensaries lied in their applications.
Fresno City Council members had a hefty agenda to tie up with a bow before Christmas.
Fresno County is under fire for removing a low number of voter registrations during four-year period, potentially in breach of Federal election laws.
Here’s a look at the changes to Fresno’s political map.