Supporters of a Measure C extension are busy drafting a game plan and putting together a team to make it a success before it hits the 2022 ballot.
In their first campaign forum, City Council candidates Nathan Alonzo and Tyler Maxwell tackled housing, crime, homelessness, and jobs.
Returning $500,000 in grants, Fresno’s attempt to use on-demand minibuses with flexible routes is dead for now. But it could get the greenlight eventually.
The latest updates on the shooting in the backyard of a home near Fresno-Yosemite International Airport that left four Hmong men dead.
Caltrans officials announced the agency was restoring $23 million of $32 million in proposed cuts to Highways 99 and Highway 46 expansion projects.
An advocacy group backing Fresno’s failed 30-year parks tax appealed a court ruling holding the tax was defeated by failing to reach two-thirds support.
The fight shifted from who would grant dispensary licenses to whether the proposed social equity policy was too prescriptive.
“This is a problem we can literally build ourselves out of,” Fresno City Councilman Luis Chavez said of Fresno’s stifled housing growth.
The Fresno City Council on Thursday will try again to improve pedestrian safety when it comes to crossing two of the city’s busiest streets.
Despite a blowout gala one week ago, claims of failed refunds come as nonprofit Common Space shutters operations and its founder perpares to leave town.