Do pot growers cause house fires? Fresno City councilmember Gary Bredefeld said a 1200 watt limit on home growing operations was necessary to prevent fires: "I don't know how you can vote against that unless you are welcoming fires."
Fresno City Council
Fresno's pot debate gets heated, literally
Lt. Joe Gomez provides details about a stabbing in Fresno's Chinatown
Thousands march for social issues during second annual Women's March Fresno event
Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus
Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson
From one Jim to another: Rep. Costa says The Bee's Boren 'set the bar very high'
Fresno mayor reacts to city not winning bid for Amazon headquarters
New marijuana store to open in central Woodlake
Strike averted: Fresno Unified, teachers union reach agreement after months of debate
Car vs. pole and hydrant in central Fresno
Watch a drone flyover of recent high-speed rail construction in Fresno
Amazon job fair draws hundreds for around 80 jobs
Fresno Councilman Oliver Baines speaks out against President Trump
A car hit a light pole and a hydrant early Wednesday morning on First Street south of Clinton Avenue in central Fresno. Minor injuries were reported and First Street was partially blocked during the cleanup.
Oliver Baines, a Fresno city councilman, gives an impassioned speech and makes plea for Republicans to stand up to President Donald Trump. Baines spoke at a rally in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 15.
A Jan. 8 edition of the podcast “This Won’t Hurt A Bit” features a case of a Fresno patient who had a 5 1/2-foot tapeworm in his body after eating raw salmon sashimi. The CDC had issued a warning about this food early in 2017. The podcast "Parasites" is available at www.wonthurtabit.com.