Giant Sequoias Killed by the Thousands in Castle Fire

By Vic Bedoian The 2020 SQF Complex Fire in the southern Sierras scorched more than 176,000 acres in the Giant Sequoia National Monument and the adjacent Sequoia National Park....

School Board Excludes Spanish Speakers

By Kevin Hall Politics trumped best practices in the recent push by Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) Trustee Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas to name a new school after philanthropists Murray...

Tower Theatre Sale: Pressing the City to Take Action

By Community Alliance Staff The demonstrations against the conversion of Fresno’s historic Tower Theatre to a church continue, marking more than 24 weeks of protests. Organizers with the Save...

Marches for Palestine Continue in Fresno

By Community Alliance Staff // Photos by Eduardo Stanley On June 9, another march and rally for Palestine took place in Fresno. The event was attended by about 150...

On the More Money Trail “Allegedly” for the Unhoused

By Bob McCloskey  Recently, Fresno County “cleaned up” a homeless encampment along Kings Canyon Avenue, just east of Temperance Avenue. The folks at the encampment had to move to...

Study Makes Big Ag Panic: What do they fear?

By Nayamin Martinez Living in Fresno’s countryside is attractive for some who enjoy a slower pace, the greenery of the grapevines or the almond blossoming. But these views come...

Broad Coalition Opposes Voter Suppression Laws

By Jenny Manrique The dramatic image of Texas Democrats leaving the legislature before midnight to block a voter restriction bill spotlights a surge of activism to secure access to...

City Seeks Polluter Protections

By Kevin Hall The Fresno mayor and City Council are working to legally bulletproof future industrial development from citizen lawsuits that challenge their dangerous growth plans. Elected officials seek...

A Dull May 1 Celebration

By Eduardo Stanley About 200 people participated in the May Day event, which took place on May 1 in front of the Fresno City Hall. The majority of the...

The Dolores Huerta Foundation Food Distribution

Photos by Peter Maiden The Dolores Huerta Foundation sponsored a food bank for families at several locations around the San Joaquin Valley on May 15. At Wilson Elementary School...

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