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Body Found In Vineyard South Of Fresno

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A body was found in a vineyard Tuesday morning south of Fresno.The California Highway Patrol says officers were called to the area on South Cherry Ave. and East Manning Ave. just before 7:00 a.m. This is a developing story: please check back with this page for updates. More>>

Driver In Critical Condition After Crashing Into Church

A driver was in critical condition after crashing into a church early Tuesday morning. Fresno Police said the driver was driving at a high rate of speed, when he lost control on a turn, and plowed through the West Fresno Christian Center on Thorne and California. More>>

Old Furniture Store Catches Fire Before Scheduled Demolition

An old furniture store that was scheduled to be demolished burned down on Tuesday morning. Fresno firefighters say they were called to the closed-down Fantastic Furniture store on Blackstone, just south of Shields around 5:30 a.m. More>>

Car Pulled From Merced River; Driver Dead Inside

California Highway Patrol and Merced County Sheriff's officers pulled a car from the Merced River north of Highway 165 around 8 a.m. Saturday morning. A 32-year-old man was found dead inside. Officers More>>

FRESNO FAMILIES KEEPING COOL IN TRIPLE-DIGIT HEAT

Fresno families head to splash parks to keep cool in triple-digit heat. Splash parks are popular for families looking to stay cool in the summer heat. More>>

Kingsburg Gets Pep'd For Thursday Night Showdown

Thursday Night Showdown gets better and better each year, and we begin the third season with another good matchup, Kingsburg vs. Washington Union. More>>

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  • CEO Of Fresno? Mayor Swearengin Changes Job Title On November Ballot

    CEO Of Fresno? Mayor Swearengin Changes Job Title On November Ballot

    Would you call Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, the Chief Executive Officer of Fresno?Last week, the Republican nominee for State Controller changed the title of her job, from "Mayor, City of Fresno" to “Mayor/CEO”.Critics say she completely dropped anything to do with Fresno and is now calling herself a Chief Executive Officer.Political Insider Paul Betancourt says, "A few points here or there is going to make a diffe...More >>
    Would you call Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, the Chief Executive Officer of Fresno?Last week, the Republican nominee for State Controller changed the title of her job, from "Mayor, City of Fresno" to “Mayor/CEO”.Critics say she completely dropped anything to do with Fresno and is now calling herself a Chief Executive Officer.Political Insider Paul Betancourt says, "A few points here or there is going to make a diffe...More >>
  • How To Spot A Fake Debt Collector

    How To Spot A Fake Debt Collector

    If a debt collector comes calling, you should go researching. That's the new advice coming from Yahoo! Finance to avoid getting scammed.Even if you get swindled, you're still on the hook to a real debt collector! That's the law.One way to spot a fraud is to look at how old the debt is. If it's 10 to 15 years old, chances are there aren't grounds for a lawsuit.Mandi Woodruff of Yahoo! Finance recommends, “Another way you can tell if you're dealing with a fraud or not is to look at the name of ...More >>
    If a debt collector comes calling, you should go researching. That's the new advice coming from Yahoo! Finance to avoid getting scammed.Even if you get swindled, you're still on the hook to a real debt collector! That's the law.One way to spot a fraud is to look at how old the debt is. If it's 10 to 15 years old, chances are there aren't grounds for a lawsuit.Mandi Woodruff of Yahoo! Finance recommends, “Another way you can tell if you're dealing with a fraud or not is to look at the name of ...More >>
  • Peanut Allergies No More!

    Peanut Allergies No More!

    Good news for the three million Americans who are allergic to peanuts.Researchers at North Carolina A T's School of Agriculture developed a new technique to remove peanut allergens.They say shelled and skinless peanuts can be treated with an enzyme that breaks down certain proteins that can trigger food–related allergies.Researchers say the process does not change the peanut's shape or shelf life.For more info, click HERE for the USDA info.More >>
    Good news for the three million Americans who are allergic to peanuts.Researchers at North Carolina A T's School of Agriculture developed a new technique to remove peanut allergens.They say shelled and skinless peanuts can be treated with an enzyme that breaks down certain proteins that can trigger food–related allergies.Researchers say the process does not change the peanut's shape or shelf life.For more info, click HERE for the USDA info.More >>

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