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Around the Valley | Fundraisers, carnival, volunteers | Fresno Bee Around the Valley | Fundraisers, carnival, volunteers
Donation to natural disasters victims The Sikh Council of Central California made donations to the Red Cross for the victims of the hurricanes and fire disaster relief in California. Harvest … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 20, 2017
Have you seen the centerpiece artwork of downtown Fresno? It’s now on full display | Fresno Bee Have you seen the centerpiece artwork of downtown Fresno? It’s now on full display
The centerpiece artwork of downtown Fresno has been completely unveiled. A 60-foot clock tower, decorated with four clocks and lights, finally was on full display after scaffolding that surrounded it … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 20, 2017
Raiders! Dodgers! Hang out with us, Amazon. And a big announcement | Fresno Bee Raiders! Dodgers! Hang out with us, Amazon. And a big announcement
It’s Friday, Oct. 20, 2017. Welcome to your Morning Scoop. Top Scoops • An announcement: Today marks the start of a transition for how you get your morning dose of … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 20, 2017
It’s going to continue to be a wet Friday | Fresno Bee It’s going to continue to be a wet Friday
Fresno and the central San Joaquin Valley can expect a 30 percent chance of showers continuing through 11 p.m. Friday as a storm system moves through the region. Gusty winds … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 20, 2017
"It's gorgeous. I love it!" says former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin of Fulton street
Watch and listen as former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin's describes the dramatic changes to Fulton street. After winning the fight to re-open the mall to traffic, proponents like Swearengin are looking forward to big things for downtown Fresno. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Small brush fire in Oakhurst slows traffic on Highway 41 | Fresno Bee Small brush fire in Oakhurst slows traffic on Highway 41
Caltrans says one-way traffic on southbound Highway 41 at Highway 49 is in effect due to a small brush fire near Oakhurst. Fire officials said the fire has burned less … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Fresno’s Civil War re-enactment continues despite controversy over Confederate symbols | Fresno Bee Fresno’s Civil War re-enactment continues despite controversy over Confederate symbols
Organizers of a Civil War re-enactment in Fresno say they aren’t planning on doing anything differently this weekend in the wake of a national outcry against Confederate symbols, including the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Victim struck by gunfire in central Fresno, suspect flees in car | Fresno Bee Victim struck by gunfire in central Fresno, suspect flees in car
Police are investigating a shooting in central Fresno that left one person wounded shortly before noon. The victim was struck by gunfire near North Thesta Street and East Lewis Avenue … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Super heroes wash windows and deliver smiles to young patients | Fresno Bee Super heroes wash windows and deliver smiles to young patients
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Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Fresno, Bakersfield Place Bids For Amazon HQ2 | KVPR Fresno, Bakersfield Place Bids For Amazon HQ2
Cities across the country are vying for the chance to be the site of Amazon’s second headquarters. Fresno officials sent in their pitch today. Most cities flirting with Amazon are highlighting tax incentives and existing amenities like international airports. But mayor Lee Brand says Fresno’s offer may seem counterintuitive. “Fresno is not offering any tax incentives to Amazon,” Brand says
KVPR | October 19, 2017
Grab a bike helmet and a brew, it’s time to go on a ride in downtown Fresno | Fresno Bee Grab a bike helmet and a brew, it’s time to go on a ride in downtown Fresno
Soon you may be able to visit all the breweries on Fresno’s “ale trail” without putting down your glass of beer. The Fresno City Council on Thursday unanimously approved an … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
These superheroes made sure Valley Children’s windows were super-clean for the kids | Fresno Bee These superheroes made sure Valley Children’s windows were super-clean for the kids
A bunch of superheroes and even a guardian of the galaxy entertained young patients at Valley Children’s Hospital on Thursday, and left the hospital a little cleaner than they found … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Superhero window-washers return to Valley Children’s Hospital | Fresno Bee Superhero window-washers return to Valley Children’s Hospital
Valley Children's Zara Arboleda describes how employees of Crown Window Cleaning of Fresno returned to Valley Children's Hospital dressed as superheroes, hoping to bring smiles and cheer for the young patients. Batman and Spider-Man washed windows rappelling from the roof while Robin, Star-Lord, and Iron Man watched from below. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
One day only: Where to eat, drink and shop at Fulton Street’s grand reopening party | Fresno Bee One day only: Where to eat, drink and shop at Fulton Street’s grand reopening party
Fulton Street makes its big debut Saturday. Closed to cars since it became a pedestrian mall in 1964, a big celebration is planned for reopening the two-way street. There will … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Fulton Street preps for party. CIA fires dog. A Michael Jackson Halloween | Fresno Bee Fulton Street preps for party. CIA fires dog. A Michael Jackson Halloween
It’s Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. Welcome to your Morning Scoop of fresh headlines and general good stuff. Sign up to get the Scoop in your email inbox. Top Scoops • … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Former Fresno private school teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault in Florida | Fresno Bee Former Fresno private school teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault in Florida
A former teacher at Fresno Adventist Academy was arrested in Florida and is accused of sexually assaulting three victims. Fresno police received a report in July about the allegations, Fresno … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Fresno County adds new security at Plaza Building | Fresno Bee Fresno County adds new security at Plaza Building
Fresno County Wednesday installed metal detectors staffed by county security officers at the Plaza Building on Tulare Street in Downtown Fresno. Spokesman Jordan Scott said the measures are being implemented … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Fresno man, 53, arrested in Fulton Street vandalism case | Fresno Bee Fresno man, 53, arrested in Fulton Street vandalism case
Police made an arrest in connection to the Fulton Street vandalism, Fresno police confirmed Thursday. Dallas Blanchard, a 53-year-old Fresno man, was arrested on a warrant Wednesday night at his … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Don’t be part of the problem of downtown Fresno. Be part of the change | Fresno Bee Don’t be part of the problem of downtown Fresno. Be part of the change
“What are you going to do to make this less ghetto?” The question quieted a recent Fulton Street walking tour. The nicely dressed, middle-aged Hispanic woman who asked it pointed … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Security camera shows Fulton Street vandal, police say | Fresno Bee Security camera shows Fulton Street vandal, police say
Security video released by the Fresno Police Department shows a person vandalizing an area along Fulton Street on Oct. 15. Police arrested a 53-year-old Fresno man in connection with the crime. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Did you buy a Powerball ticket in Kerman? You might have won $1 million | Fresno Bee Did you buy a Powerball ticket in Kerman? You might have won $1 million
A Powerball ticket sold in Kerman matched five of the six winning numbers and is worth more than $1 million, the California Lottery announced. No one has yet claimed the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Obituaries for Friday, Oct. 20 | Fresno Bee Obituaries for Friday, Oct. 20
ALVAREZ — Antonio Alvarez, 56, of Fresno died Oct. 14. He was a gardener. Visitation: 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at Sterling & Smith Funeral Chapel. Mass: 10:30 a.m. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Sexually violent predator Jeffrey Snyder could soon have a new place to live | Fresno Bee Sexually violent predator Jeffrey Snyder could soon have a new place to live
The California Department of State Hospitals suggested a new option Thursday for housing 62-year-old Jeffrey Snyder, who was conditionally released in June after serving out a sentence for molesting children. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Nationwide trafficking fight sweeps up Porterville man on suspicion of felony pimping | Fresno Bee Nationwide trafficking fight sweeps up Porterville man on suspicion of felony pimping
A nationwide operation targeting human trafficking led to the arrest of a Porterville man on suspicion of felony pimping, according to the Visalia Times-Delta. He was identified as Sidney Ryan … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 19, 2017
Property owners have a checklist to help prevent homeless encampments | Fresno Bee Property owners have a checklist to help prevent homeless encampments
Fresno County officials are offering a checklist to help property owners with ongoing efforts to clean up homeless encampments. Checklist items include trimming overgrown trees and brush to prevent camping … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Big fire in Clovis. Big drama on ‘Jeopardy!’ Big warning to creepy clowns | Fresno Bee Big fire in Clovis. Big drama on ‘Jeopardy!’ Big warning to creepy clowns
It’s Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017. Welcome to your Morning Scoop of fresh headlines and general good stuff. Sign up to get the Scoop in your email inbox. Top Scoops • … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
A car full of teens goes out of control, and the result is tragic | Fresno Bee A car full of teens goes out of control, and the result is tragic
A 15-year-old Lindsay girl died in a single-vehicle crash in which she was a passenger, the California Highway Patrol said. About 2:15 p.m. Tuesday, Antonio Rangel Jr., 18, of Porterville … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
He used his grandma’s bank card for Pokemon Go. Now he’s going to prison | Fresno Bee He used his grandma’s bank card for Pokemon Go. Now he’s going to prison
A 25-year-old Porterville man will serve two years in state prison on a conviction for elder abuse against his grandmother, the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office reported. Brandon Birchfield moved … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Former USA Today top editor to speak at First Amendment forum at Fresno State | Fresno Bee Former USA Today top editor to speak at First Amendment forum at Fresno State
Ken Paulson, president of the First Amendment Center and former editor in chief of USA Today, will speak at Fresno State for two free events open to the public. He’s … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Brown administration says it’s willing to consider one-tunnel approach to Delta project | Fresno Bee Brown administration says it’s willing to consider one-tunnel approach to Delta project
Silicon Valley’s water district Wednesday rejected Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to build twin tunnels beneath the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta but said it would support a smaller, less expensive project. A … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
‘It was a calling to kill her.’ Woman tells police her mother was a satanic sacrifice | Fresno Bee ‘It was a calling to kill her.’ Woman tells police her mother was a satanic sacrifice
A 37-year-old Dos Palos woman told investigators she killed her mother earlier this month, stabbing the woman nearly two dozen times, as part of a “satanic” sacrifice, according to reports … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Remains identified as Yosemite visitor missing for nearly six months | Fresno Bee Remains identified as Yosemite visitor missing for nearly six months
The remains of a Yosemite visitor who had been missing since May have been identified, officials with Yosemite National Park said Wednesday. Alexander Joseph Sevier, 24, went missing May 3. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Was renovation work to blame for three-alarm fire at Clovis shopping center? | Fresno Bee Was renovation work to blame for three-alarm fire at Clovis shopping center?
Fire investigators will focus on renovation work taking place at a small shopping center that was all but destroyed by a three-alarm blaze Tuesday evening, Clovis Fire Department’s chief said … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Check out the spooky deals Chipotle is offering this month | Fresno Bee Check out the spooky deals Chipotle is offering this month
Do you love Chipotle? What about burritos? How about free stuff? If you like those three things, you’re in luck. Chipotle is offering free burritos for a year for one … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects. | Fresno Bee Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects.
On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2017, the suspects shown in this video removed and stole the tailgate off this truck parked in the 4000 block of North John Albert Ave., Fresno. The suspect vehicle is a newer model Chevy Tahoe of GMC Yukon. The video was originally posted to the Fresno Police Department's Facebook page @FresnoPoliceDepartment. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Obituaries for Thursday, Oct. 19 | Fresno Bee Obituaries for Thursday, Oct. 19
ARNBRISTER — Jacob “Arny” Arnbrister, 68, of Coalinga died Oct. 12. He was a welder. Visitation: 11 a.m. to noon Oct. 20 at Palm Memorial Kerman Chapel. Graveside: 2 p.m. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts | Fresno Bee Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts
Video provided by Meng Andrew Vang shows a three-alarm commercial fire near Peach and Shaw avenues in Clovis on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2017. The fire, at a small shopping center, was behind the gas station in the foreground. … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 18, 2017
From farm worker to U.S. ambassador, Phillip V. Sanchez’s life was ‘American dream’ | Fresno Bee From farm worker to U.S. ambassador, Phillip V. Sanchez’s life was ‘American dream’
Phillip V. Sanchez, who became the highest-ranking Hispanic official in the administrations of presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan as a U.S. ambassador and assistant director of the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 17, 2017
Breaking News: Officer-involved shooting reported in Atwater | Fresno Bee Breaking News: Officer-involved shooting reported in Atwater
At least two Atwater police officers opened fire on a person today on Winton Way, authorities have confirmed to the Sun-Star. Few details were immediately clear. The officer- involved shooting … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 17, 2017
Man, two juveniles arrested in beating of senior in Madera | Fresno Bee Man, two juveniles arrested in beating of senior in Madera
Madera police Monday arrested a man and two juveniles in the beating of a senior citizen near Highway 99 and County Club Drive. Police said the three severly injured the … Click to Continue »
Fresno Bee | October 17, 2017