Yvonne Spence’s complaint over Bredefeld’s NFL comments touched off a charter showdown, forcing the Council and Executive Branch to grapple with the issue.
A smooth-sailing, no-bid contract for catering the City-owned, SMG-operated Convention Center is a departure from then-Councilman Lee Brand’s hard-charging attacks on SMG.
City Hall wants more than $4 million of Measure C funds to help build a new junior college satellite campus in West Fresno. All it will take is a big rewrite of Measure C spending rules.
Jerry Brown and Jeff Sessions are in a tug-of-war over local law enforcement cooperation with ICE. Here’s what’s happening in Fresno.
Mayor Lee Brand and a handful of civic leaders returned on Saturday from a weeklong trip to Spain where they met with that nation’s top high-speed rail officials.
The big challenge facing city officials: How does City Hall fix FAX if it doesn’t know why ridership fell by nearly half in a mere seven years?
The Caglias’ 2 million square-foot development would neighbor Amazon’s fulfillment center and, if all goes according to the City’s plan, the high-speed rail heavy maintenance facility
Fresno City Council Member Garry Bredefeld made the following remarks during the “council member comments” period early in Thursday’s council …
Jim Schaad will take on a FAX system with declining ridership and a Bus Rapid Transit rollout that still has many question marks.
Amid talk of expanding the Fresno Police Department to 1,000 officers, Chief Jerry Dyer said “I’m no longer worried” about getting qualified candidates.