Spend Fresno Taxpayer Money for Irrelevant Ballot Resolution in November?
Mark Arax drops a BOMB on Fresno UnifiedAugust 4, 2015
Mark Arax is known for dropping a few bombshells in his time. In Fresno, he’s perhaps best known for his Los Angeles Times reports on Operation Rezone, the political corruption scandal involving big-name developers and city politicians....
Crime & Punishment
This Modesto man was a confidence man, just not the kind you’re used toJuly 21, 2015
You’ve seen the commercials. The ones with the middle-aged silver fox walking around the park with his lady friend. One sudden move and you’re unwittingly stuck in a Cialis commercial. Or Viagra, or Levitra. Thankfully...
Let the Donut War beginJuly 21, 2015
After an eight year wait, Fresno heard word of the return of the much-loved, and once overleveraged Krispy Kreme donuts. But the return of Krispy Kreme won’t necessarily get the same splash that it did in...
How Sal Quintero can completely wreck 2016July 14, 2015
In the parking lot of local politics, there are only a handful of spots saved for tried-and-true blue-blood Democrats. And right now, Quintero holds the keys to three. Quintero, whose City Hall tenure spans 20...
That Was A Freebie
We thought farmers were pretty creative, but this guy takes the cakeJuly 10, 2015
Some ideas are just so crazy, they might just work. Farmers, especially in this drought, are no exception. They’ve had to come up with as many new ideas as possible to keep growing crops to feed...
Fresno City Hall
$213k “Misunderstanding” Between Fresno City Hall and SPCA: All You Need To KnowJune 13, 2018
Minimum wage hikes in California are behind the additional $213,000 needed for SPCA to keep current service levels in the City of Fresno.
2018 Election Results in Fresno Council Races May Provide a Glimpse Into the 2020 Mayoral Race?June 11, 2018
Mayor Lee Brand’s endorsed candidates may all make the November runoff, but Council may still see three Democrats elected in November.
Fresno City Hall
Parks, Police, Neighborhoods, and Animals ALL Need Money in the City of FresnoJune 11, 2018
Mayor Brand’s budget and election season brings parks initiative, public safety tax, neighborhood revitalization needs, and animal lovers needing more money and taxpayers could be the answer.
The boon for Tedford’s Fresno State turnaround? Tickets, recruits, and buzz.October 24, 2017
Jeff Tedford and his Bulldogs are well on their way to giving Fresno State officials something they’ve dreamed about for years: Leverage on the ticket prices.
Bulldogs steamroll New Mexico, 38-0, with dazzling offenseOctober 14, 2017
Behind Marcus McMariyon's arm (and even legs), Fresno State continued its roll through Mountain West play staying unbeaten in the conference.
Jim Verros on a Fresno Unified strike: “It’s going to change the conversation”September 25, 2017
A teacher's strike will shakeup the summer storyline of Brooke Ashjian's comments and put the focus back on bread-and-butter issues.
Jim Verros on DACA changes: “Absolutely this is a ploy” by both partiesSeptember 10, 2017
Jim Verros talked with CBS47 This Morning to discuss changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.