Fresno County is No. 1 in California Poverty

News Analysis By Drew Phelps Fresno County is finally number one … in the percentage of individuals living in poverty. According to the results of the U.S. Census’ single-year American Community Su...

Applying for CCW Permit? Fresno Sheriff Has App for That

Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims is making it easier for citizens to report crimes, interact with her office, and keep abreast of potential hazards such as major accidents and natural disasters. Friday morning she unveiled a mobile device app that allows...

Fresno County Budget Hits $3 Billion for First Time

Big but balanced. That describes the proposed budget announced by Fresno County Board of Supervisors Chairman Brian Pacheco in his State of the County speech Thursday at an event hosted by the Fresno Chamber...

Should Fresno County Homeowners be Paid to House the Homeless?

A recent Los Angeles Daily News article says "LA County leaders greenlight effort to pay homeowners to house the homeless." Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/2w9FTrH Should Fresno County homeowners be paid to house the homeless? Take our poll, and ...

GV Wire Tracks Down Isadore Hall at ALRB

It’s a Monday afternoon in Sacramento. In an auditorium at the Employment Development Department, about a dozen people in total gather for a public meeting of the Agricultural Labor Relations Board. Most of tho...

High-Speed Rail Chief Steps Down

As the chief executive officer of California’s High-Speed Rail Authority, Jeff Morales presided over a mixed bag of results. Today (April 21), he announced his resignation from the position, simply citing a need for new leadership. In a press release, Moral...