From FUSD to a Medical Degree

Students, like those at Tenaya Middle School, now have a chance to pursue a career in medicine. In a first of its kind program, Fresno Unified is partnering with California Health Sciences University (CHSU). ...

Clovis PD Adds Jax and Corda to the Force

At a press conference Monday morning, Clovis Police introduced two new officers – police dogs Jax and Corda, as the department relaunched its K-9 unit. Clovis Police Chief Matt Basgall described the success ...

How to Spend $70M in Fresno

Receiving government money is never a quick and easy process. Take the $70 million in Cap & Trade funds granted to the City of Fresno. The law (AB 2722) was signed into law in September 2016 with a big cere...

Another Dutch Bros. Perks in Fresno

Business for a popular coffee chain is percolating. On Friday, the latest Dutch Bros. is opening in north Fresno at Behymer & Maple. “We have hired over 40 new employees for this new location,” says l...

Fresno Pet Stores Promote Rescue Shelters

Recently, in San Francisco an ordinance was passed that animals sold in pet stores can only come from rescue organizations. However, in Fresno, pet stores made their commitment early on to avoid selling pets...

City history or red tape?

For many years, the term “Business Friendly Fresno” has been heard at City Hall in an effort to make it easy to expand the economy. But red tape and roadblocks from a city commission is preventing one man from ...

Fresno judge favors gun advocates in free speech case

A federal judge in Fresno favored a gun rights groups in a free speech case, the Los Angeles Times reports. Judge Lawrence O'Neill issued  a preliminary injunction against the state of California preventing a g...