City in California hopes to cut down on electricity bills and improve the environment with the largest solar projects of its kind on the West Coast.
Dec 12, 2003 The Fresno Bee
A new report by the Center for Immigration Studies says that sprawl in California's Central Valley could be controlled by curtailing immigration.
Aug 29, 2003 The Fresno Bee
Fresno, California--home of the 3rd worst air in nation--rejects Measure C, a controversial 1/2 sales tax measure which would have been used primarily for road projects.
Nov 8, 2002 The Fresno Bee
The sincerity of Fresno County's goals are questioned.
May 15, 2002 The Fresno Bee
Fresno,CA, is considering a plan to allow automobile traffic through a pedestrian mall.
Apr 14, 2002 The Fresno Bee
City leaders in Fresno, CA, have unveiled a $30 million plan to will revitalize the city's downtown. Will it succeed?
Mar 14, 2002 The Fresno Bee
A five-year pilot habitat restoration project in California may become the model for new land retirement programs.
Jan 6, 2002 The Fresno Bee
Fresno County and the cities of Fresno and Clovis are celebrating an agreement which they hope will dictate regional growth for the next 20 years and protect farmland.
Aug 11, 2001 The Fresno Bee
At a recent meeting of the National Governors' Assocation, preventing sprawl has become a hot topic.
Aug 9, 2001 The Fresno Bee
There are significant problems with the Copper River Ranch plan in light of League of Women Voters' positions on transportation, land use and air quality.
Oct 12, 2000 The Fresno Bee