The reform of Fresno Area Express began Saturday with the public chewing on the city’s tired and troubled public transit system at Fresno City College.
The 2035 general plan is returning to center stage at Fresno City Hall. We’re looking in the near future at …
City Hall is sounding out a new set of experts to improve Fresno’s public transportation system – the public.
Moving the Darling plant may require a lot more than a simple OK from City Hall. If anything is evident, it is that legal pitfalls abound.
The new parks master plan has a simple message: Open your wallet, Mr. and Mrs. Fresno.
Jeff Tedford and his Bulldogs are well on their way to giving Fresno State officials something they’ve dreamed about for years: Leverage on the ticket prices.
Fulton Street returned after 53 years as pedestrian mall experiment. There’s a mystique of hope and holdover uncertainty for downtown’s future.
City Council hopeful Nelson Esparza will pay a $500 penalty to the city and return roughly $5,000 in funds to an old campaign committee, per a settlement.
The Dogs started 1992 looking to prove themselves in their new conference: the WAC. After tough losses, Sweeney’s Dogs rebounded toward an upset of USC. That legacy has trickled down to 2017 with Tedford’s return.
Exactly two years from today – Oct. 16, 2019 – the Jerry Dyer era in Fresno law enforcement must come to an end. Then again, maybe it won’t. Here’s why.