Brand pitches 2018 budget as Fresno's road map to personal prosperity
Mayor Lee Brand is proposing a $1.1 billion spending plan for Fiscal Year 2018 that includes $321 million in general fund investments.
Underscoring City, County's first joint talks: the future of water
Public safety and marijuana are on the agenda, but water cooperation looms large over the meeting between City and County leaders.
LA's Tabachines Cocina arrives to NW Fresno backed by familiar faces
The restaurant coming to NW Fresno's North Pointe Shopping Center "will serve authentic Hispanic cuisine prepared by an award winning chef."
Quan-Schecter picked as City Manager, still awaits handoff
The City Hall honcho is the first woman to hold the job, but deflected some early questions about the City's future.
Audit: Fresno Grizzlies took $1.7mil loss in 2016, $6mil in the red
The owner of the Fresno Grizzlies needs money. A new audit comes with an implied message: City Hall, get ready for trouble.
Fresno capitalizes on wet winter, takes on water from Friant Dam
Now water bigwigs are begging us to take the stuff off their hands. That’s what a wet 2016-2017 season does to water policy.
Councilwatch: HSR picks up controversial $2.4mil parking lot, contractors fight PLAs
HSR agency put zero down on the $2.4 million parking lot near the future station and local contractors are furious over the pitch for mandatory wage agreements.
Need a guide to the 11th hour slumlord turf war? Look to Lee Brand
More is going on than what Steve Brandau and Clint Olivier's slumlord legislation suggests. No one is saying what. So we have to guess.
City's new venue for war on landlords: Superior Court
The City is preparing to unleash a year-old arsenal of tougher tools to keep landlords on their toes. The targets: mom and pop landlords.
All eyes on Summerset appeal starting Monday
The Summerset Village appeal hearing begins at 9 a.m. Monday at Fresno City Hall. “Nine months in the…