More Videos 0:43 Fresno Bee carrier and wife killed in alleged DUI crash Pause 1:59 Trees, trains and tradition flourish at Hillcrest Tree Farm in Reedley 0:52 Two killed in three-vehicle crash at Tulare and Willow avenues 0:43 Lawyers contend a police dog could have saved Dylan Noble's life. They made this animation to prove it 1:53 Fresno police release body-cam video of Dylan Noble shooting 0:36 Witness captures final moments of Dylan Noble shooting 1:20 Dramatic, close-up footage of Southern California wildfire battle 1:05 Video shows woman attacked by police dog while taking out the trash 12:44 Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 1:31 See a trailer for a new, Central Valley-focused real estate show Video Link copy Embed Code copy Facebook Twitter Email This was supposed to be a park. It's still undeveloped after 14 years Why does Fresno lack a trail system or other river amenities found in other Valley cities? The River West area on the city's northern border is the final piece to making it happen. Marek Warszawski River West debate has raged long enough. Time for board to decide, and us to accept Everyone has a strong opinion about how Fresno’s most tantalizing and unrealized public land should be accessed. What we need is a resolution.