GV Wire launched in the summer of 2016. Here is a recap of some of the things we covered.
The 16 of ’16 on GV Wire (in chronological order):
Fresno State has been ranked as number 25 in a list of the Nation’s top universities by Washington Monthly.
The Fresno City Council approved a resolution on Thursday which recognized the killing of thousands of Sikhs in India in 1984.
On September 3, 2016, Officers Juanita Davila and Toamalama Scanlan were critically injured after being shot by a visitor in the lobby of Fresno County Jail.
GV Wire speaks with homeowner Mike Conner and attorney Brian S. Kabateck about the discolored water problem in Northeast Fresno.
Assemblyman Jim Patterson (R-Fresno/Clovis) has been sounding the horn on the high speed rail project ever since its inception. He has warned of the catastrophic costs to taxpayers.
A special look at how Mayor Ashley Swearengin’s plan to curb growth in Fresno is a bonanza for surrounding cities.
November 9, 2016
The fate of University High School rests in the hands of the Fresno Unified school board.
Election night is party night. After months of sometimes bruising campaigning, candidates hold parties to thank their supporters and perhaps celebrate a victory.
The Jeff Tedford era at Fresno State football began November 11, as the school introduced the coach at a news conference.
A smash and grab thief broke into at least two cars Monday night at the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno (ICCF).
The Fresno city council took a step forward in its battle against slumlords Thursday night, approving the Anti-Slumlord Enforcement Team and the Landlord-Tenant Ombudsman.
A new medical school planned for Clovis hopes to quell the boomerang effect. California Health Sciences University (CHSU) in Clovis announced plans to offer a degree in osteopathic medicine.
The actions of Fresno police officers in the shooting death of an unarmed man were justified Chief Jerry Dyer informed the media.
Fresno Unified Superintendent Michael Hanson announced today he will step away from the position he’s held since 2005, planning to leave in August 2017.
Just days after superintendent Michael Hanson announced he would be ending his term next summer, one of his chief critics was selected as president of the school board.
The depths of Syrian’s five-year plus civil war took another turn in favor of what some label as the repressive regime.