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uberX cuts Fresno prices by 17%

Ride-sharing service Uber announced it is permanently cutting prices for the Fresno area by 17 percent. The reduced prices are expected to take effect today. 

Valadao: House's efforts end up in Senate graveyard

Rep. David Valadao (R-Hanford) spoke to Fresno business leaders Friday morning about his agenda as he prepares to return to Washington Monday to cap his summer break.

Fresno officials announce region's first truck show

Fresno City Councilmembers Blong Xiong and Clint Olivier joined with industry representatives at the Fresno Convention Center today to promote the inaugural West American Truck Show happening this weekend.

Valley economic index stays strong in August

Peters Business Building at Fresno StateThe San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index increased by just a hair in August, exceeding the growth threshold for the ninth consecutive month.

Construction begins on luxury apartments for seniors

Oakmont Senior Living broke ground on a 75,000-square-foot luxury retirement community in Fresno on Sept. 3. The center is located at 5606 N. Gates Avenue and will cater to active seniors in search of resort-style amenities. 

Survey: Hotel sale prices down in Fresno County

A new survey by Atlas Hospitality Group showed hotel sales increased in Fresno County so far this year but not so much in sale amount.

Tree trimmers cited for contractor violations

An undercover sting operation by the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) caught several local tree trimmers for violating state contractor laws. 

Electric police motorcycles a hot item for Clovis dealer

Contributed Tim Yopp of Eckhaus Fleet said the dealership has delivered anywhere from 30 to 40 Zero electric motorcycles to police departments throughout Central CaliforniaFor the last year, Clovis auto dealership Eckhaus Fleet has been a lone force helping police departments up and down the Valley fight crime and bad air with electric motorcycles.

Fresno shop fined for wage, safety violations

A $42,595 wage theft penalty was issued to a Fresno business following a recent inspection by the state Labor Enforcement Task Force.

City of Fresno names new city controller

michael-limaThe City of Fresno selected airports finance manager Michael Lima as its new city controller and finance director.