One Fresno State nursing program lost accreditation this year while another operated for years without it. Now, Dean Jody Hironaka-Juteau has resigned.
A $10 million claim of damages by a Fresno developer has opened a chasm at Fresno’s City Hall, Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld announced.
Fresno’s Planning Commission will decide whether concerns about alleged blight caused by an electronic billboard trump a big payday for the city’s coffers.
The university suspended Sigma Chi Fraternity through Feb. 3, 2020 due to incidents stemming from a fraternity event on Cinco De Mayo.
Garner’s employment status has been something of a mystery since Aug. 6, when rumors circulated that he was escorted out of police headquarters.
Fresno has a new Director of Economic Development and she’s already a familiar face in the corridors of City Hall.
While his 2018 campaign paid his salary and benefits during his leave, Janz claims a new County leave policy would put his family’s livelihood at risk.
Amid claims of an unfair process in hiring a vendor to clean up weeds and other waste, Fresno is forcing a winning bidder to try again to keep its contract.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand and City Manager Wilma Quan are expected to announce the successor to long-time Police Chief Jerry Dyer on Friday.
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.