Social justice advocates, who pushed for a delay to 2024, were steamed by a last-minute change pitched by the City of Fresno.
The decision to shutter elective surgeries in 2020, coupled with soaring labor costs to staff hospitals, weren’t great for the bottom line.
The State of California owns Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium. A proposed sales tax hike would see local taxpayers pay millions to fund a major renovation.
Fresno City Council President Nelson Esparza’s defamation lawsuit against colleague Garry Bredefeld is – officially – dead on arrival.
A compromise being negotiated by legislative leaders and Gov. Gavin Newsom over the weekend would tie tax relief to Californians’ income levels rather than aimed at drivers.
Despite a bevy of public opposition, garbage collection rate increases are headed to Madera County.
Last week, Advance Peace was set to lose funding over a staffer’s arrest and threats made against lawmakers. Monday, Mayor Jerry Dyer changed his tune.
Despite the continued urgency of high gas prices, the California Assembly Select Committee on Gasoline Supply and Pricing won’t hold its first meeting for “a number of weeks.”
Ballots from last week’s primary election continue to trickle into county elections offices as a result of California’s vote-by-mail system, shaking up results in some key races.
Advance Peace, which pays would-be gang shooters to stop gun violence, has been controversial for years. Gang arrests and threats against lawmakers by staffers led the City of Fresno to pull its backing.