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Sanger Homes, Banks, And Businesses Lose Phone and Internet Service

A construction crew accidentally cut two AT&T lines in Downtown Fresno and people all over the Valley were left without phone and internet service.

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New Water Rules In Fresno For Homeowners And Businesses

Fresno's watering rules have changed again. This time homeowners and businesses can only water twice a week. Diane Ortiz a five year veteran of Fresno's water policespends most of her day driving through city neighborhoods looking for water wasters. "I think most people want to comply. They just aren't aware that maybe their gardener has set their timer wrong or they're watering when they can or see a neighbor who's irrigating and they say oh its' okay for me."Ortiz says she's driving a minim... More>>

Valley Drought 2014: New Water Restrictions August 1st In Fresno

New water restrictions went into effect for people live in the City of Fresno on August 1st. More>>

Wildfires Growing But Crews Getting Control

Firefighters are now getting a better handle on those three wildfires burning in the Sierra Nevada, even though they continue to grow. More>>

Hazmat Cleanup At Milk Plant In Visalia

Hazmat teams had to clean up a big mess in Visalia Friday morning. It happened at Milk Specialties on North Divisadero Street near West Goshen Avenue. More>>

Touring The Helms Pumped Storage Power Plant

The Helms Pumped Storage Plant is now 30 years old. It's an engineering marvel that's been undergoing a renovation in recent years. KMPH FOX 26 News reporter, Rich Rodriguez, takes us on a rare glimpse inside the hidden power plant in the High Sierra. More>>

Drugs And Alcohol May Have Been Factor In Thursday's Deadly Crash

There is new information on that bad crash at Manning and Fowler that killed two on Thursday. The California Highway Patrol says one of the dead is a 14-year-old Selma boy.CHP is also reporting drugs and/or alcohol may be involved. More>>

A Baby Boy Is Born At A North Fork Gas Station

A woman on her way to a doctor's appointment suddenly goes into labor and ends up giving birth in a North Fork gas station parking lot.

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Dinuba Residents Want Answers: Why Are Streets Full Of Water?

People living in Dinuba say for nearly two weeks water from a broken valve has been flowing down gutters into storm drains.Residents say city crews are not answering their questions and they want answers on when it will be fixed. More>>

Helms Power Plant Turns 30

The Helms Pumped Storage Plant is now 30 years old. The engineering marvel has been undergoing a renovation in the past few years. Wednesday P.G. E. gave KMPH Fox 26 News a rare glimpse inside the hidden power plant in the high Sierra. The plant is located 50 miles east of Fresno and sits underground near Wishon Reservoir. Back in the 70's it took construction crews seven years to bore a cavern through the mountain of granite and create the plant for P.G. E. It takes two reservoirs to make He... More>>

Two Killed In Big Rig Hit And Run

Two people were killed and a third was transported to the hospital after a hit and run crash involving a big rig Thursday afternoon. More>>

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  • Sanger Homes, Banks, And Businesses Lose Phone and Internet Service

    Sanger Homes, Banks, And Businesses Lose Phone and Internet Service

    A construction crew accidentally cut two AT&T lines in Downtown Fresno and people all over the Valley were left without phone and internet service.
    More >>
    A construction crew accidentally cut two AT&T lines in Downtown Fresno and people all over the Valley were left without phone and internet service.

    More >>
  • New Water Rules In Fresno For Homeowners And Businesses

    New Water Rules In Fresno For Homeowners And Businesses

    Fresno's watering rules have changed again. This time homeowners and businesses can only water twice a week. Diane Ortiz a five year veteran of Fresno's water policespends most of her day driving through city neighborhoods looking for water wasters. "I think most people want to comply. They just aren't aware that maybe their gardener has set their timer wrong or they're watering when they can or see a neighbor who's irrigating and they say oh its' okay for me."Ortiz says she's driving a minim...More >>
    Fresno's watering rules have changed again. This time homeowners and businesses can only water twice a week. Diane Ortiz a five year veteran of Fresno's water policespends most of her day driving through city neighborhoods looking for water wasters. "I think most people want to comply. They just aren't aware that maybe their gardener has set their timer wrong or they're watering when they can or see a neighbor who's irrigating and they say oh its' okay for me."Ortiz says she's driving a minim...More >>
  • Touring The Helms Pumped Storage Power Plant

    Touring The Helms Pumped Storage Power Plant

    The Helms Pumped Storage Plant is now 30 years old. It's an engineering marvel that's been undergoing a renovation in recent years. KMPH FOX 26 News reporter, Rich Rodriguez, takes us on a rare glimpse inside the hidden power plant in the High Sierra.More >>
    The Helms Pumped Storage Plant is now 30 years old. It's an engineering marvel that's been undergoing a renovation in recent years. KMPH FOX 26 News reporter, Rich Rodriguez, takes us on a rare glimpse inside the hidden power plant in the High Sierra.More >>
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