Opinion: Republican Representative Devin Nunes of Tulare, California, is suing social media site Twitter and parody accounts over the same behavior he used in campaign propoganda during the 2018 midterm election.
The California Air Resources Board and San Joaquin Valley Air District is required to work with the public on cleaning up pollution in Fresno per Assembly Bill 617. But neither side can agree on boundaries.
If Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula has evidence the Fresno County DA is out to get him for political spite, then lay it out. But his vague accusations against DA Lisa Smittcamp are irresponsible and reckless.
Opinion: Fresno, California, ranks 94th out of 100 major cities in the US for park space because city leaders like Mayor Lee Brand do not care. A proposal to rezone green space into new housing is an example.
Statistics compiled by the police department show downtown Fresno, California, has experienced a reduction in violent and property crimes from 2017 to 2018. But do residents who shop & live in the area feel safer?
Even though the River West Open Space Area lacks a paved access road with parking lots, restrooms, drinking fountains and picnic areas, that doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyed. Hundreds of people already do.
Fresno County, California, was wrong to leave a heavily traveled bike lane on Auberry Road covered in debris for two riders on cycles to get injured on. Hopefully paying $400,000 in damages teaches a lesson.
Opinion: A bill proposed by an Orange County lawmaker seeks to add extra lanes and eliminate speed limits on Interstate 5 and Highway 99. Can California drivers be trusted at higher speeds? Columnist says no.
Opinion: When Gavin Newsom, the governor of California, said “let’s be real” about the future of high-speed rail during his State of the State address, he ended up confusing proponents and opponents alike.
After pulling the brakes on the bullet train, Gov. Gavin Newsom owes San Joaquin Valley residents a fuller explanation of how a truncated segment will help us gain “a fair share of our state’s prosperity.”
Two months have passed since Fresno (CA) state assemblyman Joaquin Arambula’s arrest for misdemeanor child abuse. Time for the Fresno County District Attorney’s office to file charges or let him move on.
Fresno City Councilmember Garry Bredefeld’s Twitter rant on abortion and toxic masculinity, and his doubling down, are part of a careful strategy to stake out the most conservative position for future elections.
The Valley Air District’s new plan to curb particle pollution is a step forward, Fresno (CA) Bee columnist Marek Warszawski writes. However, its success relies on billions in incentives we don’t currently have.
It’s possible to respect retired Marine and newly elected Fresno Unified board member Terry Slatic’s commitment to safety and holding district officials accountable and still believe his actions are out of line.
Opinion: What would Fresno CA be like if there was no smog and residents & visitors got a clear view of the Sierra Nevada mountain range free of air pollution throughout the year instead of only after a storm?
Two stalled projects, River West and the Midtown Trail, would make Fresno a better place. Mayor Lee Brand says he’s in favor of parks and public access to the San Joaquin River. Here’s his chance to prove it.
Saturday’s 74-64 loss to No. 10 Nevada before a season-high 9,586 showed that Save Mart Center can be the setting for a raucous atmosphere. And that Fresno hasn’t completely forgotten how to be a basketball town.
Opinion: Halfway through his first season at Fresno State, men’s basketball coach Justin Hutson is proving he was an excellent hire, leading the Bulldogs to a 12-3 record. The team faces No. 10 Nevada January 12.
State-appointed board votes to halt its own December 2017 decision to build a new road to the river bottom from near Palm & Nees avenues. What does that mean? Fresno (CA) Bee columnist Marek Warszawski explains.
Poop and trash are dirtying American national parks like Yosemite in California. Due to the federal government shutting down, rangers can’t clean and visitors are littering and not doing their part by burying feces.
Assemblyman Jim Patterson said the DMV promised to increase operating hours including Saturdays, and less crowding and waiting for customers. Despite an increased budget to accomplish that, Patterson says the DMV has failed to deliver its promises.