Tate Hill on Immigration, Housing

Tate Hill wants to bring his business experience to the Fresno city council. The former CEO of the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce has announced his intention for the district three seat, currently held ...

City Mulls $200k for Immigrant Legal Fund

The city of Fresno would chip in $200,000 for a legal defense fund for illegal immigrants, under an amendment proposed in the city budget. Championed by councilwoman Esmeralda Soria and social justice group ...

New Rules on Spending $70M in Fresno Released

The path to spend $70 million in Fresno was made a little clearer. The Strategic Growth Council (SGC), the state agency in charge of distributing the money raised by state Cap & Trade funds, released its la...

Will More Police Make Fresno Safer?

Public safety dominated the 2016 mayoral campaign. Mayor Brand stated a goal of 1,000 officers on multiple occasions on the campaign trail and wants to get there by the end of his term. In his recently re...

Conflict Over Cancellation of Prof Search

The search and the cancellation of that search for an instructor position at Fresno State had led to the resignation of a prominent professor. Fresno State was looking to hire a professor for its Middle East...

Recap: Feinstein in Fresno

Senator Dianne Feinstein toured Fresno County during a visit on Thursday (June 1). She started at Terra Nova Farms in Helm. Then, former Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin hosted Feinstein for a luncheon atte...

Where the President Isn’t in Fresno

It is customary for presidential portraits to be hung on the walls of federal buildings. Have you ever gone to a federal building in Fresno, and wondered, where is President Trump? At the wall of the Robe...

Gus and Cara are Back in the Neighborhood

Cara Emes and her dog Gus are on the mend. The physical wounds of Cara and Gus are healing. One week after being attacked by a pitbull during a morning neighborhood walk, Cara cannot leave her home without t...