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Hundreds Become U.S. Citizens In Fresno

Hundreds of people became American citizens during a Naturalization Ceremony in Downtown Fresno on Tuesday. 685 people from 40 different countries took the final step in their journey's to become U.S. Citizens.

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Pay Up or Prison? IRS Scam Targets Taxpayers

Scammers have a new way to target your wallet and bank account- and this time around, they're pretending to be the tax man.Those who get a call, describe it like an ambush."’This is what you owe, this is what you owe, you need to pay, figure it out,’” says Lydia Rubio, describing a call she received Monday.She had missed the call in her Madera home, and found a message on her voice mail telling her "This is Crystal from Internal Revenue Service… there is a CP-11 notice filed against your name... More>>

New California Law Puts Limits On Football Practices

When high school football teams in California hit the practice field next season, they won't be able to practice tackling as often. That goes for all other school and youth teams as well. California now has a new law that limits tackling practices to only two a week. More>>

Thirty-five Felony Counts Filed In Deadly Bank Robbery And Shootout

The only suspect who survived the deadly bank robbery in Stockton is now officially facing murder charges. 19-year-old Jaime Ramos was slapped with 35 felony counts, including murder, kidnapping and carjacking for the robbery and a shootout with police. More>>

Downtown Fresno Fire Appears To Be Another Arson

Three businesses in downtown Fresno burned to the ground overnight. Fresno firefighters worked through the night and into the morning to control the fire and then try to figure out who purposely torched the place. More>>

Valley Drought 2014: Fresno Tightens Water Restrictions

There is a big change in water use for those living in the City of Fresno. The city is now tightening water use for residential and business lawns, parks and medians. Lawns may only be watered twice a week in the summer and not at all during the winter. More>>

Gasoline Price War in Porterville!

There's a gasoline price war in Porterville-- and customers say they are winning!Take for instance, Toby Stone. Healways puts the same dollar amount of gasoline into his SUV: $60."It's kinda depressing. I don't pay attention to the amount of gasoline. I just fill up as much as I can," he said Monday afternoon, as he pumped gas at JJ's Food Mart on Henderson and Prospect.What he didn't expect, was that his dollar stretched further after the owner of the store dropped the price over the weekend... More>>

Three Businesses Destroyed By Suspicious Fire In Downtown Fresno

Firefighters were called to a large fire in Downtown Fresno Monday night. The fire destroyed a building south of Ventura, along the railroad tracks that are parallel to Santa Fe and Parallel Avenues. More>>

Shorter Work Week Proposed

How would you feel about only working three days a week? One of the world's richest people now says we should *all* be doing it. Mexican telecom billionaire Carlos Slim is now recommending a shorter work week. He announced his idea at a business conference in Paraguay. But there's a catch. The three–day work week would be offset by longer work hours. Slim proposes an 11 hour work day, and a later retirement of age 70 or 75. He thinks having four days off would boost productivity and improve q... More>>

VALLEY DROUGHT 2014: Fresno Business Challenges People To Let Lawns Go Brown

Valley Drought 2014 has a Fresno business cutting how much water it uses and it wants others to do the same. To encourage people to save water the company is offering a challenge.

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SUV Plows Into Office, 7 People Rushed To Hospital

Right now, at least seven people are recovering from injuries after an S.U.V. slammed into a crowded office building in northwest Fresno.It happened near Shaw Forkner Monday afternoon. More>>

Neighbor Calls Cops Because Of Suspicious Vehicle, Two Men In Jail

Madera sheriff's deputies arrested two men with stolen property in their pickup after neighbors called in a report of a suspicious vehicle near Avenue 9 and Road 35. More>>

Wawona Packing Issues Stone Fruit Recall

Wawona Packing in Cutler is issuing a voluntary recall of several kinds of stone fruits because of a potential listeria contamination.The voluntary recall affects conventional and organic varieties of the following fruits: Yellow peaches and nectarines, white peaches and nectarines, black plums, and pluots.There have been no reports of anyone getting sick.The recalled fruits were packed between June 1-12. More>>

Police Looking For Three Men They Say Hit A Woman While Stealing A Car

Fresno police are looking for three men accused of running down a woman while trying to steal a car in Southeast Fresno. Officers say three men showed up to a home on Butler and Winery and confronted a man just before 10:00 p.m. Sunday night. More>>

Chase Ends in Crash; Three Arrests Made in North Fresno

A man wanted for a shooting is now in custody after Fresno Police say he led them on a chase, which ended in a crash. Officers tried to pull over 20-year-old Jack Henderson for a traffic offense, in the area of Cedar and Butler Sunday afternoon. More>>

Valley Drought 2014: Car Wash Helps Horse Rescue Buy Hay

A Central Valley horse rescue organization now has some more help, as it struggles to feed hungry horses that people have surrendered. Foothill Horse Rescue held a car wash Sunday in Clovis, complete with a horse at the site. More>>

10-Year-Old Blind Clovis Athlete Continues to Inspire

10-year-old Heaven Vallejos started running for her school cross country team less than a year ago, but she's already finished her second triathlon. Sunday at Clovis North high school, Heaven swam 250 meters, biked four miles and ran one mile in the 3rd annual iCAN Tri Youth Triathlon, drawing more and more fans and admirers with each step she takes. More>>

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  • Hundreds Become U.S. Citizens In Fresno

    Hundreds Become U.S. Citizens In Fresno

    Hundreds of people became American citizens during a Naturalization Ceremony in Downtown Fresno on Tuesday. 685 people from 40 different countries took the final step in their journey's to become U.S. Citizens.
    More >>
    Hundreds of people became American citizens during a Naturalization Ceremony in Downtown Fresno on Tuesday. 685 people from 40 different countries took the final step in their journey's to become U.S. Citizens.

    More >>
  • Pay Up or Prison? IRS Scam Targets Taxpayers

    Pay Up or Prison? IRS Scam Targets Taxpayers

    Scammers have a new way to target your wallet and bank account- and this time around, they're pretending to be the tax man.Those who get a call, describe it like an ambush."’This is what you owe, this is what you owe, you need to pay, figure it out,’” says Lydia Rubio, describing a call she received Monday.She had missed the call in her Madera home, and found a message on her voice mail telling her "This is Crystal from Internal Revenue Service… there is a CP-11 notice filed against your name...More >>
    Scammers have a new way to target your wallet and bank account- and this time around, they're pretending to be the tax man.Those who get a call, describe it like an ambush."’This is what you owe, this is what you owe, you need to pay, figure it out,’” says Lydia Rubio, describing a call she received Monday.She had missed the call in her Madera home, and found a message on her voice mail telling her "This is Crystal from Internal Revenue Service… there is a CP-11 notice filed against your name...More >>
  • New California Law Puts Limits On Football Practices

    New California Law Puts Limits On Football Practices

    When high school football teams in California hit the practice field next season, they won't be able to practice tackling as often. That goes for all other school and youth teams as well. California now has a new law that limits tackling practices to only two a week.More >>
    When high school football teams in California hit the practice field next season, they won't be able to practice tackling as often. That goes for all other school and youth teams as well. California now has a new law that limits tackling practices to only two a week.More >>
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