Olivier looks to rev up Fresno Unified with potential Trustee bid
Clint Olivier, eyeing a Fresno Unified board seat in 2018, hopes to jumpstart progress.
From a drag racing job offer to City Manager, Rudd delivered with trained eyes of a mechanic
Bruce Rudd climbed from transit mechanic to City Manager in a 41-year career with the City of Fresno.
Tinkering with watering rules should have us revisiting Recharge Fresno pitch
Fresnans are paying higher water rates and being pressured to conserve more, despite Recharge Fresno promises.
City OKs new Chukchansi Park rent deal for Grizzlies, green-lighting sale
The Fresno Grizzlies are no longer a political punching bag thanks to a new lease deal and pending sale.
Don't forget it, Jake: Fresno's Chinatown at a crossroads
High-speed rail progress makes longstanding public and private malaise about Chinatown troubling.
For Mayor's Public Safety Board, uneasy marriage with social justice activists is no picnic
Lack of appeal reigns as the Brand admin looks for more public safety board applicants from activist groups.
Debate on fare evasion on Fresno's BRT becomes decriminalization flashpoint
Council members Garry Bredefeld and Esmeralda Soria threw down over how to penalize fare evaders on Fresno's BRT.
Sticking point in selling the Fresno Grizzlies? Repairs at Chukchansi Park
Who pays the tab on repairs to Chukchansi Park is a big issue in negotiations to sell the Grizzlies.
Fresno wants to add cops to the force, but arrests are down as crime rises
Even post-Prop. 47, statistics show a dramatic drop in overall arrests coinciding at a time when voters continue to make public safety their main concern.
Blindsided by Council, Fresno's airport tries to figure out how to sell Uber fee
Looking to gin up revenue, Fresno Yosemite International hasn't given up on an Uber fee after the City Council dealt it a harsh defeat.