Dyer proposed spending $1.727 billion over the next year. While he likely won’t get his way entirely, here’s a look at his vision for Fresno in 2022-2023.
The demand to postpone an early extension to Measure C comes with a budget appropriation of $300,000 to educate Fresno voters on an initiative some Fresno lawmakers view as flawed.
The streets of Fresno and Clovis are on the safer side after a two-week intensive police operation recently concluded.
Will a set of two-decade-old industrial buildings in south Fresno continue to flourish the city’s booming job magnets? Or are they headed for an activist-led scrapheap?
A single photo from Bullard High School kicked off a firestorm over alleged racism. Fresno Unified and its leaders owed it to everyone to take a step back and investigate before adding fuel to the fire. Instead, they inflamed the situation.
A proposed strike by Fresno County correctional officers has been delayed, according to an announcement from Fresno County officials on Friday.
In 2020, Schirell Denise Cummings taunted Valley law enforcement that she was “reading comments wit my feet kicked up out on bail.” After a brazen smash-and-grab, she’s now behind bars.
The abortion provider is set to make a stop in Fresno on Tuesday to push back on a leaked Supreme Court decision invalidating Roe v. Wade.
The already-contentious Fresno City Council took a new turn on Monday as two members will soon face off in the courtroom.
A mailer assailed Fresno City Council candidate Annalisa Perea for opposing rent control. The problem? Her top opponent held the same view, according to audio from Fresno’s top business group.