A proposal to allow the City of Fresno to post signs discouraging giving to panhandlers received the green light by the City Council on Thursday.
As mosquito activity increases, one Fresno County resident died from West Nile Virus, the Fresno County Department of Public Health announced Thursday.
Huerta blocked the entrance to the Fresno County Board of Supervisors meeting during a planned protest over contract negotiations for caregivers.
With countless signs, the “Help Us, Help Fresno” initiative directs charitable givers and down-on-their luck Fresnans to nonprofits focused on services.
Reedley College president Jerry Buckley is kicking off his first year by making improvements – from the first day of school experience to building upgrades.
Fresno State police chief David Huerta passed Friday at UCSF Medical Center at the age of 68 following a double lung transplant.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand announced Thursday he signed on to a letter from hundreds of U.S. Mayors pushing for consideration of two pieces of gun legislation.
Four years after striking a deal to build a live-work-play space south of Chukchansi Park, developers are looking for additional cash from taxpayers.
While a national strike by Kaiser workers would be the largest U.S. strike since 1997, it would also affect more than 1,200 employees in Fresno.
Small businessman Mike Karbassi commanded an early lead and never let it go as returns from Tuesday’s special election rolled in.