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Council member Bredefeld and CVObserver have sought information from Fresno City Hall, but lack of transparency with the Brand Administration has produced very little.
New student union vote next week will consider $149 per semester fee increase for future students.
Fresno City Council hopefuls had until Friday to file, now the real work begins, but some may have residency issues.
Fresno police stations are strategically located and display the City's planning as Fresno's population could hit 1 million by 2100.
Brand administration recommends W.M. Lyles Co. bid for NE water treatment plant, but low bidder, Mountain Cascade, Inc. had issues with the bid process and may threaten litigation.
Craig Scharton, downtown revitalization czar is running for district 3 Fresno City Council.
Fresno police officer addresses a difficult situation alone to ensure shooting does not travel onto Fresno State campus.
L Street Historic District may be in the works after the Historic Preservation Commission approves new survey.
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.