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Fresno Bee | July 16, 2018
A male victim suffered a gunshot wound late Sunday in Planada, according to the Merced County Sheriff’s Office. The shooting was reported about 6:30 p.m. near Childs Avenue and Plainsburg … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 16, 2018
Danette Moreno and her husband Darryl Walker sat on cots Sunday afternoon, trying to stay positive amid the Ferguson Fire that threatens their Mariposa Pines dream home. The fire by … Click to Continue »
State Budget Boosts Valley Fever Funding | KVPR
KVPR | July 15, 2018
Governor Brown signed the final budget of his tenure as governor on Wednesday, and included in it was funding aimed at combating the fungal disease valley fever. The budget includes $8 million for research and outreach into the fungal disease that’s caused by inhaling spores that grow in arid soil...
Fresno Bee | July 15, 2018
The Dakota Eco Village in central Fresno is a transitional homeless shelter with an environmentally-friendly approach. Since 2013, the shelter takes in anywhere from 11-13 people at a time who … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 15, 2018
Police are hunting a man considered armed and dangerous following a double murder Saturday night in Fresno’s Tower District. The suspect was identified as Cruz Pablo Hinojosa, 27, who is … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 15, 2018
The 27-year-old suspect in the Saturday night double homicide in a Tower District tattoo parlor was arrested in San Luis Obispo County after he surrendered himself to authorities Sunday morning, … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 15, 2018
Fresno FC shut out Phoenix Rising FC 4-0 Saturday night, July 14, 2018 in Fresno … Click to Continue »
Group Asks Supreme Court To Review Challenge To Madera Casino | KVPR
KVPR | July 14, 2018
A case challenging plans by a Madera County Native American tribe to build a casino and hotel resort has been appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. The case, known as Stand Up California versus the federal Department of the Interior, questions the government's ability to bring land into to trust for t...
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
A firefighter died Saturday morning while battling the Ferguson Fire west of Yosemite National Park, Cal Fire said. Heavy equipment operator Braden Varney, 36, from the Madera Mariposa Merced unit … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
Firefighters are battling a wildfire west of Yosemite National Park that began Friday night, according to Cal Fire. The Ferguson Fire is near Highway 140 and Hite Cove, near El … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
A man is in serious condition after being stabbed during a Friday afternoon altercation in west Fresno, police say. Around 4:20 p.m., Fresno police responded to the 1800 block of … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
Complimentary death notice listings are provided by funeral homes and include name, age, residence, date of passing and funeral home in charge of arrangements. ▪ Benson, Joy C., 90, Visalia, July … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
A federal grand jury returned a five-count indictment Thursday against two small-town crooks whose gas station and convenience store robberies were so brazen they are being charged with federal crimes, … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
More than two years after Fresno police shot and killed unarmed 19-year-old Dylan Noble during a traffic stop, a lawsuit brought against the city by Noble’s parents will reach its … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 14, 2018
A deceased man, who was said to be a regular at McDonald’s in northeast Fresno, was found in May and has not yet been identified. Fresno County Sheriff’s Office says … Click to Continue »
Upgrade: UCSF Fresno Program Gets Status Boost For Medical School | KVPR
KVPR | July 13, 2018
For years, local medical and political leaders have been calling for a medical school in the San Joaquin Valley. Now the long-running UCSF Fresno graduate medical education program is getting a boost towards that goal. The university has announced that it is upgrading the Fresno program’s status t...
Farm Bill Is One Step Closer To Limiting Who Qualifies For CalFresh | KVPR
KVPR | July 13, 2018
The House version of the Farm Bill barely passed by a margin of two votes last week, and a Senate version is currently in the works. This piece of federal legislation is renewed about every five years and determines policy about agriculture and food assistance, like Food Stamps, or in California we ...
CSU Summer Arts Returns To Fresno State | KVPR
KVPR | July 13, 2018
Fresno State is hosting CSU Summer Arts for the second year in a row, although, this would be the university’s 14th year hosting the program since its start in 1985. CSU Summer Arts is a series of college courses offered over the summer. Each course specializes in a visual or performing art. The p...
Author Naomi Hirahara Explores
KVPR | July 13, 2018
It’s been 76 years since Japanese immigrants and Americans were incarcerated, and sent to internment, also known today as concentration camps, during World War II. They were sent there by Executive Order 9066 from President Roosevelt. The action was under the pretense of defending national securit...
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the frontrunner for California governor in November, will appear in Fresno on Tuesday. Details including time, location and purpose have not yet been released to the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
The Marines were under heavy enemy fire on June 8, 1968 in Vietnam when Cpl. Stephen Austin broke away from his squad and charged toward a machine gunner concealed in … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Last year was a bloody one for homicides in Fresno County, with 85 cases making 2017 the deadliest in more than 20 years. But it’s a far cry from the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A 39-year-old man who drowned in a canal in the Selma area was identified Friday as Jimmy Renteria by the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office. drownmap_0714 The incident took place about … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Part of Highway 41 was closed Friday morning after a solo crash involving a semi-truck, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol said. The crash was reported at 9:06 a.m. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A Madera County Sheriff’s sergeant received minor injuries to his face while responding to a small grass fire early Friday morning. The grass fire was reported at around 5:30 a.m. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
For nine weeks doctors and nurses had prepared for the delivery of Jacquelyn Mireya Lopez while at the same time preparing her mother, Ketxaly Maldonado, for the possibility she could … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A Fresno gang member who spent time behind bars for his role in the 1990 Labor Day shooting rampage that left one dead and nine wounded, and was sent back … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Highway 180 was closed Thursday night due to a man attempting to jump from the Peach Avenue overpass. Officers received multiple calls around 10 p.m. of a manhanging off the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Tulare police have arrested Tulare Union High teacher and volleyball coach Angela Holguin Webb on suspicion of committing sexual acts with a former student. Police said they were tipped off … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
Tabachines Cocina, colorful Mexican dishes the way the should be, located at Palm and Herndon Avenues in Fresno. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A Parlier police officer rescued a child trapped in a locked car in 100 degree heat, the department said Thursday. About 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, police went to the Bella Vista … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A Fresno Superior Court judge has granted an order for the California attorney general’s office to intervene in an environmental justice case against the city of Fresno and a local … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
A Fresno County home builder has become a leader in meeting a new statewide standard calling for solar power to be installed on new homes, starting Jan. 1, 2020. De … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 13, 2018
An audit of Fresno Unified’s special education services found that the district struggles to include students with disabilities in traditional classrooms, and suspends students with individualized education plans at more … Click to Continue »
Fresno Mayor Announces Tax Proposal That Might Compete With Other Parks Tax Initiative | KVPR
KVPR | July 12, 2018
The Fresno mayor announced a sales tax initiative he will propose to the City Council on Thursday. The proposal could end up competing with another measure that’s vying for a spot on the November ballot. Fresno Mayor Lee Brand wants to raise money for public safety and parks. He’s proposing a ha...
A Dairy Town, A Facebook Argument, And The Unseating Of A Mayor | KVPR
KVPR | July 12, 2018
Last week, the city of Tulare ousted its mayor after he got involved in a heated argument on Facebook. The argument centered around agriculture and its impacts on the environment and the economy—but the story is far bigger than a few punches thrown on social media. In the small city of Tulare, agr...
Valley Edition - June 26, 2018 - Tulare Mayor Ousting, Detention Centers,
KVPR | July 12, 2018
Today on Valley Edition, we hear about how a disagreement on Facebook led to the ousting of the Tulare City mayor. We also talk to locals who visited the border and describe what they observed while protesting at detention centers, even after the president changed his family separation policy. Later...
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
The California Department of Public Health has fined Redwood Springs Healthcare Center, a skilled nursing home in Visalia, $100,000 for a patient death. The 176-bed nursing home on East Houston … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
The company that has a multimillion-dollar contract to provide voting services to Fresno County and others across at least two states is in hot water for printing outdated ballots in … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
Hanford police have arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl at a vacation Bible camp held at a local church. Police started the investigation July 2 after … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
COMMERCIAL LEASES Colliers International ▪ 11,936 square feet at 4545 N. Marty Ave. in Fresno to Semious USA, Inc. from Kevin DiCeglie. Buk Wagner and Charlie Schuh were the agents. ▪ 5,000 … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
The promotion almost seemed too good to be true; a stuffed Build-a-Bear for as little as $1? That was the promise before the company’s one day Pay Your Age promotion … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
Fresno State students have a chance to earn their diploma more quickly. California State University announced Wednesday it is offering undergraduate CSU students the opportunity to take one free fully-online … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
Thieves apparently broke into the only van used by the Valley Animal Center to rescue animals from kill shelters. Gas was siphoned out of the center’s only rescue van as … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
A drive-by shooting resulted in a woman getting shot inside a home Tuesday night in the small community of Malaga, according to Lt. Frances Devins with the Fresno County Sheriff's … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
A rift may be brewing between two of Fresno County's top officials. Fresno County Assessor-Recorder Paul Dictos recently fired off a stern letter to Nathan Magsig, Fresno County supervisor, complaining … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
After hearing presentations from Mayor Lee Brand on his public safety and parks tax initiative proposal and the Fresno for Parks folks about their plan, Fresno Chamber of Commerce leaders … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
Two residents of an apartment that erupted in flames Thursday afternoon in southeast Fresno were rushed to Community Regional Medical Center. One of the victims was seriously injured, with burns … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
Firefighters knocked down a grass fire alongside Highway 180 just east of Blackstone Avenue that slowed the morning drive for westbound commuters Thursday morning. The blaze erupted about 6:30 a.m. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | July 12, 2018
A Reedley mother who may have suffered from depression drowned her 4-year-old child and 21-month-old baby before hanging herself, police said Wednesday. Autopsies were conducted on Vera Lucia Diaz Nunez, … Click to Continue »