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Parks Tax Prevails in Court

By Kevin Hall Chanukah in Fresno ended in loud celebrations this year, sparked by a surprise court ruling in favor of voters’ wish for more parks. In the city regularly ranked worst in the nation [...] Continue Reading

Black Lives Matter in Fresno

By I. smiley G. Calderón On Nov. 14, before Fresno County reverted back to “purple tier” status with regard to the coronavirus, a group of local, passionate activist-artists and community members [...] Continue Reading

Fresno Commission for Police Reform

Where did it come from? Where is it going? By Gerry Bill Following the police murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and dozens of other men and women of color wrongfully killed by police [...] Continue Reading

Fighting the Historic Creek Fire

By Vic Bedoian The Creek Fire started small on the evening of Sept. 4, the beginning of a Labor Day weekend no one in this region will ever forget. Within two days, the blaze had scorched nearly [...] Continue Reading