Texas court case may give guidance to Fresno City Council on how to deal with campaign contributions outside of campaign window.
The $38 million dollar new Q Bus Rapid Transit system is live and Fresno’s leaders take a victory lap.
Council approves County contribution to PD’s Crisis Intervention Team and learns about A-WASP, a tool designed to send a highly directional beam of sound towards targeted individuals when necessary.
Americans should not be surprised with Russian indictment as election meddling is a continuance of the power struggle between the United States and Russia.
Consent calendar contains expanded ShotSpotter item, Chief Dyer’s request to boost Crisis Intervention Team, and allow Department of Public Works to apply for Measure C and Caltrans grants.
Pieces are put into place by the Fresno Planning Commission to connect residential and business development in Southeast and Southwest Fresno, and the future looks bright.
City of Fresno and Fresno Unified School District partner to provide more green space for Fresno families, and more schools may be open after hours in the future.
Grizzly Fest approval displayed Council Members leadership in addressing sensitive issues, now wait and see if promises come to fruition.
Local leaders head to Washington, D.C. hoping to capitalize on promise to upgrade infrastructure.
Financial report has increases and decreases where needed, now strong growth in private sector is key to continue financial stability into the future.