After several months of having to prove that he is a “good actor,” Club One Casino owner Kyle Kirkland can finally rest easy.
The seven-figure price tag for unpaid water bills during the pandemic is beginning to stack up. Now, lawmakers are setting a new policy to reinstate water shutoffs.
A retail cannabis dispensary that did not make the cut in Fresno’s the awarding of preliminary licenses is suing the city to halt the process altogether.
Fresno began collecting its 30-year parks tax in July. Thursday, lawmakers will get their first look at how to spend the millions in sales tax revenue.
President Saul Jimenez-Sandoval announced in a message to the campus Monday that he has commissioned a task force to review the naming of the Henry Madden Library.
Carole Goldsmith, president of Fresno City College, is getting a major upgrade in title and responsibilities.
Yelp is partnering with more than 20 small businesses throughout Fresno following Thanksgiving with a series of events to drive support for local companies.
Despite the national drop in home ownership rates over the past decade, rates sharply increased as the COVID-19 pandemic shook up the market last year.
Despite a global pandemic, farm production in Fresno County is humming and leading the U.S., according to the county’s 2020 crop report.
“While I respect that the [U.S. Fish and Wildlfe] Service supports land management activities that contribute to healthy forests, history has not been kind to the federal government and its forest management policies,” the lawmaker wrote.