Woman in run-down Fresno apartment fears for safety of her family
A woman talks about the problems in her run-down Fresno apartment. The woman, whose identity is being concealed because she fears for her safety and that of her family. She said her unit has a rodent infestation and that the pest get into the pant
The Fresno City Council chamber was packed Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017 as Fresno Mayor Lee Brand presented his Rental Housing Improvement Act proposal. After more than three hours of comment and deliberation, the plan was adopted by a 4-3 council vote.
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Luis Decubas, his wife and children live in a southeast Fresno apartment that is infested with roaches and mice. He says he has called his landlord and city government but the conditions persist. The family is part of Fresno's entrenched problem with blighted housing, a crisis that affects the pocketbooks and standards of living of everyone in the city.
Luis Decubas, su esposa e hijos viven en un apartamento en el sureste de Fresno que está infestado con cucarachas y ratones. Él dice que ha llamado al dueño del apartamento y al gobierno de la ciudad pero las condiciones persisten. Las viviendas e
Listen, through an interpreter, to the story of Tong Cha, whose 78-year-old husband died of respiratory failure and pneumonia. Cha wrapped Her Xa Lor in blankets in their unit at Summerset Village Apartments, which had no heat for a month because
Guadalupe Fernandez owns an apartment complex on East Clay Avenue in southeast Fresno. He says conditions in the complex plummeted after he became ill and hired an on-site management company. He says things are better now, and he'll be more select
Home is not a healthy place for thousands of low-income children and adults who live in substandard apartments in Fresno. Research points to a link between poor housing and physical illnesses, along with possible psychological and behavioral condi
Fresno code enforcement officers inspect an apartment complex at 4551 E. Clay Ave. for possible code violations in 2016. The complex was singled out because it has had a high volume of police and fire calls. In 2016, Former Fresno city manager Bru