Jim Costa on Iran

GV Wire sits down with Rep. Jim Costa (D-Fresno) to talk about his thoughts if Iran is complying with the nuclear deal. For a full report, click here....

Investigating Iran- Is Nuke Deal Working?

In Embassy Row in Washington, DC, one ornate building lays dormant. Located at 3005 Massachusetts Ave. NW, stands a deteriorating building that was once the Iranian embassy. It has been empty since 1980, when t...

The Future of Fulton Street, Finale: Parking

GV Wire concludes its series touring Fulton Street. I asked our host, Craig Scharton from the Downtown Fresno Partnership, how much turning Fulton Mall into Fulton Street costs. ”$22 Million, about the cost ...

Rival Says Ashjian Attempting to Usurp Name

Ken Mackie continues to be an adversary of Fresno Unified School Board President Brooke Ashjian. The Merced-based attorney represents a group called Fresno Watchdogs for Ethical Bidding (FWEB). Or at least Mack...

City Water Regs Reaches Restaurants, Hotels

Due to a proposed regulation on water use, that cold glass of water at the diner or a fresh towel at a hotel room could cost the server up to $200 in the most extreme scenario. It’s all part of a new plan Fr...

Campaign Watchdog Busts Valley Assemblyman

In what his campaign calls a “bookkeeping error,” Assemblyman Adam Gray will have to pay up to settle complaints from the state’s campaign finance watchdog. The Merced Democrat found himself running afoul of...

Gerawan-UFW Heads to State Supreme Court

In the ongoing saga of a Valley agriculture company and its labor issues, GV Wire updates the latest in the legal battles of Gerawan Farming vs. Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) and the United Farm Wor...

Fulton Street Tour, Part 3: Will it Succeed?

We continue our tour of the soon-to-be-reopened Fulton Street with Craig Scharton with the Downtown Fresno Partnership. And, we are what could be called the heart of Fulton and the city, the Pacific Southwes...

From Washington: Costa Breaks with Dems on Water

When the House of Representatives voted on the Gaining Responsibility on Water (GROW) Act last month, only one California Democrat voted in favor of the bill authored by Hanford Republican David Valadao. He was...