Fresno gets $4m to aid homeless - Local -

More than $4 million in federal stimulus funding is about to become available to relieve and prevent homelessness in Fresno.

With the start of a new federal budget year Thursday, city and county leaders are allocating funds to 11 organizations that will be charged with finding and helping people who are homeless or in danger of becoming so.


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This week on The Pulse: 09/26/09 On this edition of The Pulse, Kirk Nagamine, the new CEO of the Central Valley Business Incubator is our guest. We'll learn more about Kirk's plans to expand CVBI's services beyond the walls of their facilities, venture capital in the valley, and Kirk's own background as an entrepreneur. Download this program (MP3 file)... permalink via
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A citizens' report on Fresno County Child Protective Services, prompted by a beating death of a 10-year-old boy in January, calls for improved communication among agencies that respond to child-abuse allegations. But the three-page report, completed this month, "does not begin to scratch the surface of the problems," according to Supervisor Henry Perea, who requested the report. The three-member committee started reviewing the agency in March, following the beating death of Seth Ireland. The case marked the third time in about two years that a parent or guardian was charged with killing a child after county social workers had already...


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