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  • Wildfire Near Yosemite Grows to 2,600 Acres, No Containment

    Wildfire Near Yosemite Grows to 2,600 Acres, No Containment

    Firefighters will be working through the night, and into the morning, to gain control of a wildfire that is burning near Yosemite National Park for a second night.The El Portal Fire now covers 2,632 acres.Close to 600 firefighters are on site—and more are expected to arrive overnight.A stretch of Highway 120 remains closed from Crane Flat to the 120/140 Junction.Smoke from the fire, is now creeping into Yosemite Valley."You can barely make out El Capitan," said Ryan Green, who stopped at the ...More >>
    Firefighters will be working through the night, and into the morning, to gain control of a wildfire that is burning near Yosemite National Park for a second night.The El Portal Fire now covers 2,632 acres.Close to 600 firefighters are on site—and more are expected to arrive overnight.A stretch of Highway 120 remains closed from Crane Flat to the 120/140 Junction.Smoke from the fire, is now creeping into Yosemite Valley."You can barely make out El Capitan," said Ryan Green, who stopped at the ...More >>
  • Wildfire Near Yosemite Balloons to 2,100 Acres, Forces Road Closures

    Wildfire Near Yosemite Balloons to 2,100 Acres, Forces Road Closures

    A fire is burning near Yosemite National Park right now, threatening homes and forcing road closures.The fire started Saturday around 4:30 p.m. and now covers 500 acres.It is burning in the Merced Canyon, and has been named the “El Portal Fire.”The U.S. Forest Service reports that six homes have been evacuated, but more evacuations have been ordered to the town of Foresta, east of El Portal.The fire is moving in a North and East direction.So far, it has ordered the closure of Highway 120, bet...More >>
    A fire is burning near Yosemite National Park right now, threatening homes and forcing road closures.The fire started Saturday around 4:30 p.m. and now covers 500 acres.It is burning in the Merced Canyon, and has been named the “El Portal Fire.”The U.S. Forest Service reports that six homes have been evacuated, but more evacuations have been ordered to the town of Foresta, east of El Portal.The fire is moving in a North and East direction.So far, it has ordered the closure of Highway 120, bet...More >>
  • Clovis Police Van Recovered, Man Under Arrest

    Clovis Police Van Recovered, Man Under Arrest

    A man is now under arrest after Clovis Police say he stole one of the department’s vans Saturday night, and abandoned it a short time later. Police say the man took off around 9:00 p.m., and dumped it a short time later in the area of Ashlan and Thompson.So far, no details have been released on how the vehicle was taken.For the following hour, police canvassed a large area, from Ashlan to Dakota, and Thompson to McCall.Officers caught up withthe manaround 10:30 p.p.m.aK9 officer detained the ...More >>
    A man is now under arrest after Clovis Police say he stole one of the department’s vans Saturday night, and abandoned it a short time later. Police say the man took off around 9:00 p.m., and dumped it a short time later in the area of Ashlan and Thompson.So far, no details have been released on how the vehicle was taken.For the following hour, police canvassed a large area, from Ashlan to Dakota, and Thompson to McCall.Officers caught up withthe manaround 10:30 p.p.m.aK9 officer detained the ...More >>
  • Customer Steals Parts While Bike Shop Owner Repairs His Bike

    Customer Steals Parts While Bike Shop Owner Repairs His Bike

    A customerdecided to help himself to bike parts atFulton Cycle Works in downtown Fresno while the ownerwas busy repairing his bicycle. The burglary was caught on the owner's security cameras. The owner Darren Johnson called the thief a semi-regular customer. "It' hurts, it hurts. I take it personal because I have to trust people in this spot to kind of be on their honor."Johnson says the thief helped himself to a pair of gloves, bike grips and a set of tires. He brought a second bike to the s...More >>
    A customerdecided to help himself to bike parts atFulton Cycle Works in downtown Fresno while the ownerwas busy repairing his bicycle. The burglary was caught on the owner's security cameras. The owner Darren Johnson called the thief a semi-regular customer. "It' hurts, it hurts. I take it personal because I have to trust people in this spot to kind of be on their honor."Johnson says the thief helped himself to a pair of gloves, bike grips and a set of tires. He brought a second bike to the s...More >>
  • Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy and A Man Accused of Breaking Into A Home Get Into A Fight

    Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy and A Man Accused of Breaking Into A Home Get Into A Fight

    A Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after getting into a fight with a man trying to break into a home. Investigators say the bad guy tried to run away and that's when the fight happened.
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    A Fresno County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after getting into a fight with a man trying to break into a home. Investigators say the bad guy tried to run away and that's when the fight happened.

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  • Father of Fallen Soldier Speaks About Son's Death & Life

    Father of Fallen Soldier Speaks About Son's Death & Life

    Visalia resident, Frank Williams says his son Keith loved to make his friends laugh but most of all he loved to serve The United States of America.Private First Class Keith Williams died Thursday night near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.Williams says when the truck Keith was riding in was hit an improvised explosive device.Williams says, "Keith was a dedicated soldier and he loved being a soldier and his mom and I are very proud of his accomplishments. Even though we lost him and it's very...More >>
    Visalia resident, Frank Williams says his son Keith loved to make his friends laugh but most of all he loved to serve The United States of America.Private First Class Keith Williams died Thursday night near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.Williams says when the truck Keith was riding in was hit an improvised explosive device.Williams says, "Keith was a dedicated soldier and he loved being a soldier and his mom and I are very proud of his accomplishments. Even though we lost him and it's very...More >>
  • Worms And Wood Shavings Filter Wastewater At Fresno State's Dairy

    Worms And Wood Shavings Filter Wastewater At Fresno State's Dairy

    Worms and wood shavings are filtering dairy wastewater at the Fresno State dairy. It's an experimental project being conducted by Biofiltro USA. The company is trying to show that treatment can turn wastewater into a reusable resource.More >>
    Worms and wood shavings are filtering dairy wastewater at the Fresno State dairy. It's an experimental project being conducted by Biofiltro USA. The company is trying to show that treatment can turn wastewater into a reusable resource.More >>
  • BART Closed For Hours After Bomb Threat In Oakland

    BART Closed For Hours After Bomb Threat In Oakland

    It was a commute nightmare Friday morning for people in Oakland after a bomb threat closed down BART for hours. It all started around 7:40 a.m.More >>
    It was a commute nightmare Friday morning for people in Oakland after a bomb threat closed down BART for hours. It all started around 7:40 a.m.More >>
  • Weight Loss Motivation Earns Fresno Man The Star Treatment

    Weight Loss Motivation Earns Fresno Man The Star Treatment

    Rio Vista Middle School Principal, Joe Bracamonte, found golf to be his motivation to lose weight and is now reaping more than just better health.More >>
    Rio Vista Middle School Principal, Joe Bracamonte, found golf to be his motivation to lose weight and is now reaping more than just better health.
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  • Memorial Fund Set Up to Remember COS Employee Killed in Accident

    Memorial Fund Set Up to Remember COS Employee Killed in Accident

    A College of the Sequoias employee killed at work last week is being remembered by the community. 37-year-old James Heuer died July 18th when he was driving a spray rig on the COS farm in Tulare and for unknown reasons, he lost control and wound up being pinned underneath the tractor.More >>
    A College of the Sequoias employee killed at work last week is being remembered by the community. 37-year-old James Heuer died July 18th when he was driving a spray rig on the COS farm in Tulare and for unknown reasons, he lost control and wound up being pinned underneath the tractor.More >>
  • Thieves Steal KMPH FOX 26 Gas Card, Charge Up $1,400

    Thieves Steal KMPH FOX 26 Gas Card, Charge Up $1,400

    The hunt is on for a thieves who stole a KMPH FOX 26 News credit card and used it to fill up a number of cars in Fresno.More than $1,400 in stolen gas was placed on the stolen credit card.The crooks even used the card at the same gas station several times in a day.Surveillance video from several gas stations show at the time the stolen credit card was used, a group of people were at the gas station filling up several cars.Jim Moore, KMPH Fox 26 Chief Engineer says, "$1,400 is a lot of money....More >>
    The hunt is on for a thieves who stole a KMPH FOX 26 News credit card and used it to fill up a number of cars in Fresno.More than $1,400 in stolen gas was placed on the stolen credit card.The crooks even used the card at the same gas station several times in a day.Surveillance video from several gas stations show at the time the stolen credit card was used, a group of people were at the gas station filling up several cars.Jim Moore, KMPH Fox 26 Chief Engineer says, "$1,400 is a lot of money....More >>
  • SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Why Are Ambulance Bills So Expensive?

    SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: Why Are Ambulance Bills So Expensive?

    If you need an ambulance in the Fresno area, get ready for sticker shock. It turns out ambulance bills are expensive and there are several reasons why.
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    If you need an ambulance in the Fresno area, get ready for sticker shock. It turns out ambulance bills are expensive and there are several reasons why.

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  • Hospital In Mexico Demands Thousands of Dollars To Treat Injured California Man

    Hospital In Mexico Demands Thousands of Dollars To Treat Injured California Man

    Imagine going on a fun, relaxing vacation in Cabo San Lucas when all of a sudden you're trapped in a nightmare. It's happening to a South Valley couple from Bakersfield after a horrible zip lining accident
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    Imagine going on a fun, relaxing vacation in Cabo San Lucas when all of a sudden you're trapped in a nightmare. It's happening to a South Valley couple from Bakersfield after a horrible zip lining accident

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  • Why Your Cell Phone Makes You A Better Employee

    Why Your Cell Phone Makes You A Better Employee

    If you feel stressed at work today, go ahead and pick up your cell phone. It might make you a better employee. A new study found people who used their smartphones at work are more productive and happier.More >>
    If you feel stressed at work today, go ahead and pick up your cell phone. It might make you a better employee. A new study found people who used their smartphones at work are more productive and happier.
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  • Problems With College Financial Aid Applications

    Problems With College Financial Aid Applications

    Students awarded a Pell Grant or other federal financial aid may want to double check those applications. Tens of thousands of students could have that money taken away because of a mistake in filling out the form.More >>
    Students awarded a Pell Grant or other federal financial aid may want to double check those applications. Tens of thousands of students could have that money taken away because of a mistake in filling out the form.
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  • $500 Reward For Help In Fresno Firearms Crackdown

    $500 Reward For Help In Fresno Firearms Crackdown

    Fresno Police are also in the middle of a push to get stolen firearms off the streets. If you help them out, it could get you $500. After a 10-day operation, police arrested Angel Cordova for being a felon in possession of a firearm.More >>
    Fresno Police are also in the middle of a push to get stolen firearms off the streets. If you help them out, it could get you $500. After a 10-day operation, police arrested Angel Cordova for being a felon in possession of a firearm.More >>
  • Sam's Shoe Store In Reedley Celebrates 100 Years In Business

    Sam's Shoe Store In Reedley Celebrates 100 Years In Business

    Sam's Shoe Store has been a fixture in Downtown Reedley since 1914. The patriarch Sam Parichan was a shoe cobbler in Armenia who came to America when Reedley had muddy streets in the winter. Ralph Parichan,More >>
    Sam's Shoe Store has been a fixture in Downtown Reedley since 1914. The patriarch Sam Parichan was a shoe cobbler in Armenia who came to America when Reedley had muddy streets in the winter. Ralph Parichan,
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  • Your Smartphone May Be Dirtier Than Your Toilet Seat

    Your Smartphone May Be Dirtier Than Your Toilet Seat

    One study reveals your smartphone could be dirtier than a toilet seat!More >>
    One study reveals your smartphone could be dirtier than a toilet seat!More >>
  • More Teens Using This Drug

    More Teens Using This Drug

    More and more teens are bulking up with synthetic human growth hormones. A new report released by the Partnership for Drug Free Kids shows the number of high school students who used the performance enhancing drug, without a prescription, more than doubled between 2012 and 2013. It was more common for boys than girls. Researchers also found in this study, that more of these boys and young men reported regular use of steroids.More >>
    More and more teens are bulking up with synthetic human growth hormones. A new report released by the Partnership for Drug Free Kids shows the number of high school students who used the performance enhancing drug, without a prescription, more than doubled between 2012 and 2013. It was more common for boys than girls. Researchers also found in this study, that more of these boys and young men reported regular use of steroids.More >>
  • Suspected Teen Burglar Escapes From Officer At Fresno Hospital

    Suspected Teen Burglar Escapes From Officer At Fresno Hospital

    17-year-old Raymond Robinson of Fresno is still on the run.Fresno police are searching for Robinson after he was arrested suspected of burglary.More >>
    17-year-old Raymond Robinson of Fresno is still on the run.Fresno police are searching for Robinson after he was arrested suspected of burglary.More >>
  • Scam Alert: Crooks Use Lottery Name, Promise Millions and a New Car

    Scam Alert: Crooks Use Lottery Name, Promise Millions and a New Car

    Chances are, when you hear “Mega Millions” you think of the lottery.You pick numbers and fill out a ticket at a convenience store.But what if someone told you that you hit it big, and you didn’t even play?This happened to Eunice Weldy Wednesday.For days, the phone in her Clovis home was ringing off the hook.She finally answered.The caller told her she had won the so-called “Mega Millions Cash Reward.”The prize?$2.5 million dollars, and a brand new Mercedes Benz.“I'd have a blast—I really woul...More >>
    Chances are, when you hear “Mega Millions” you think of the lottery.You pick numbers and fill out a ticket at a convenience store.But what if someone told you that you hit it big, and you didn’t even play?This happened to Eunice Weldy Wednesday.For days, the phone in her Clovis home was ringing off the hook.She finally answered.The caller told her she had won the so-called “Mega Millions Cash Reward.”The prize?$2.5 million dollars, and a brand new Mercedes Benz.“I'd have a blast—I really woul...More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: Water Cops On Patrol

    Valley Drought 2014: Water Cops On Patrol

    Communities around California are beginning to fill temporary positions for "water cops" to help force water conservation efforts.More >>
    Communities around California are beginning to fill temporary positions for "water cops" to help force water conservation efforts.More >>
  • Woman Killed In Hit And Run In Merced

    Woman Killed In Hit And Run In Merced

    A woman is dead after being hit by a car and the Merced CHP is looking for the person who drove away after hitting her.More >>
    A woman is dead after being hit by a car and the Merced CHP is looking for the person who drove away after hitting her.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.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.More >>
  • Free TV Under Attack

    Free TV Under Attack

    There could be a change on how you watch TV.  That's because there's now a debate in Washington on whether TV should be free.More >>
    There could be a change on how you watch TV.  That's because there's now a debate in Washington on whether TV should be free.
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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.
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    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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  • 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 >>
  • Thirty-five Felony Counts Filed In Deadly Bank Robbery And Shootout

    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 >>
    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

    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 >>
    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

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

    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 >>
    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 >>
  • Three Businesses Destroyed By Suspicious Fire In Downtown Fresno

    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 >>
    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

    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 >>
    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 >>
  • Gasoline Price War in Porterville!

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

    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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    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

    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 >>
    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 >>
  • Wawona Packing Issues Stone Fruit Recall

    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 >>
    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

    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 >>
    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

    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 >>
    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

    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 >>
    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 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 >>
    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 >>
  • Group of African American Pilots Stop in Fresno; Honor Tuskegee Airmen

    Group of African American Pilots Stop in Fresno; Honor Tuskegee Airmen

    They came from the north. They came from the south. Fresno's Chandler Airport was the destination for a group of African American pilots who fly to honor the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen. On Saturday the group flew into Chandler Airport around noon anddined at Tailspin Tommy's Aerodrome Eatery, adjacent to the runway. The group calls itself the California Redtails,an homage tothe first African American air combat squadron which fought in World War II. Tailspin Tommy's turned out to be the pe...More >>
    They came from the north. They came from the south. Fresno's Chandler Airport was the destination for a group of African American pilots who fly to honor the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen. On Saturday the group flew into Chandler Airport around noon anddined at Tailspin Tommy's Aerodrome Eatery, adjacent to the runway. The group calls itself the California Redtails,an homage tothe first African American air combat squadron which fought in World War II. Tailspin Tommy's turned out to be the pe...More >>
  • Immigrant Children Crisis Sparks Protest in Fresno

    Immigrant Children Crisis Sparks Protest in Fresno

    People across the Central Valley weighed-in Saturday morning, over the recent immigration crisis involving tens of thousands of children caught crossing into the United States illegally.Margie Hoff joined nearly a dozen people along Olive avenue, on the Highway 99 overpass—holding American flags, and signs calling out the government for its failure to address the immigration issue.A similar protest was held in Tulare."There's too many of us that have been too silent, too long,” she says.Hoff ...More >>
    People across the Central Valley weighed-in Saturday morning, over the recent immigration crisis involving tens of thousands of children caught crossing into the United States illegally.Margie Hoff joined nearly a dozen people along Olive avenue, on the Highway 99 overpass—holding American flags, and signs calling out the government for its failure to address the immigration issue.A similar protest was held in Tulare."There's too many of us that have been too silent, too long,” she says.Hoff ...More >>
  • Farm Specialist Killed In Accident On COS Farm

    Farm Specialist Killed In Accident On COS Farm

    An ag specialist for the College of Sequoias' died tragically Friday morning on the campus farm in Tulare. The accident happened on or along a canal bank that separates two corn fields on the COS farm in Tulare.The Vice-President of student services at COS Brent Calvin says 37 year old James Heuer was driving a spray rig when something went terribly wrong. "A 9-1-1 call was made from a local farmer in Tulare. He had investigated a tractor with an individual underneath that tractor." He says H...More >>
    An ag specialist for the College of Sequoias' died tragically Friday morning on the campus farm in Tulare. The accident happened on or along a canal bank that separates two corn fields on the COS farm in Tulare.The Vice-President of student services at COS Brent Calvin says 37 year old James Heuer was driving a spray rig when something went terribly wrong. "A 9-1-1 call was made from a local farmer in Tulare. He had investigated a tractor with an individual underneath that tractor." He says H...More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: Will El Nino Be a Drought Buster?

    Valley Drought 2014: Will El Nino Be a Drought Buster?

    After three straight years of drought, growers and consumers are hoping the streak is over and rain is on the way.A strong El Nino would make a difference.That's the warming of the Pacific Ocean's sea surface temperature that produces lots of rain across California.The last time it occurred in Central California was 17 years ago. We got 20 inches of rain here in Fresno.And weather forecasters are in agreement that an El Nino is on the way. El Nino refers to the "C...More >>
    After three straight years of drought, growers and consumers are hoping the streak is over and rain is on the way.A strong El Nino would make a difference.That's the warming of the Pacific Ocean's sea surface temperature that produces lots of rain across California.The last time it occurred in Central California was 17 years ago. We got 20 inches of rain here in Fresno.And weather forecasters are in agreement that an El Nino is on the way. El Nino refers to the "C...More >>
  • VALLEY DROUGHT 2014: How To Keep Your Lawn Green

    VALLEY DROUGHT 2014: How To Keep Your Lawn Green

    Valley Drought 2014 has a lot of us thinking about how we can save water at our homes. In addition to cutting back on how much water we use, now people are getting rid of traditional lawns all together.
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    Valley Drought 2014 has a lot of us thinking about how we can save water at our homes. In addition to cutting back on how much water we use, now people are getting rid of traditional lawns all together.

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  • No Water In Lake McClure, Houseboat Must Be Removed

    No Water In Lake McClure, Houseboat Must Be Removed

    Valley Drought 2014 is taking even more of a toll on local lakes.Right now, more than a hundred house boats are being removed from Lake McClure in Mariposa County.More >>
    Valley Drought 2014 is taking even more of a toll on local lakes.Right now, more than a hundred house boats are being removed from Lake McClure in Mariposa County.More >>
  • Helicopter Crash In Merced Friday Morning

    Helicopter Crash In Merced Friday Morning

    The FAA is trying to find out why a pilot crashed his helicopter in Merced Friday morning. The crash happened before 8:00 a.m. at Thornton and Lopes near the Merced Regional Airport.More >>
    The FAA is trying to find out why a pilot crashed his helicopter in Merced Friday morning. The crash happened before 8:00 a.m. at Thornton and Lopes near the Merced Regional Airport.More >>
  • Huntington Lake Merchants: There's More To Do Than Just Sail at 7,000 Feet

    Huntington Lake Merchants: There's More To Do Than Just Sail at 7,000 Feet

    Farmers are hurting for water on the Valley floor and due to the drought the water level at Huntington Lake hasn't been lower in decades. Right now it is at one-third capacity. Roy Omachi who runs Huntington Lake Resort says there's still plenty of things to do in paradise.More >>
    Farmers are hurting for water on the Valley floor and due to the drought the water level at Huntington Lake hasn't been lower in decades. Right now it is at one-third capacity. Roy Omachi who runs Huntington Lake Resort says there's still plenty of things to do in paradise.
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  • President Ronald Reagan's Son Speaks Out About Malaysia Jetliner Shot Down

    President Ronald Reagan's Son Speaks Out About Malaysia Jetliner Shot Down

    Former President Ronald Reagan's son, Michael Reagan paid a visit to the valley Thursday evening.Reagan says if his father was still President and the Malaysia jetliner happened, he would take swift action.Reagan says, "If my dad were President, if George Bush were President, if H. W. Bush were President, if Mitt Romney were President what we are seeing unfold in the news today would not be happening."Holding nothing back, Reagan says when his father was President, the world listened.Reagan ...More >>
    Former President Ronald Reagan's son, Michael Reagan paid a visit to the valley Thursday evening.Reagan says if his father was still President and the Malaysia jetliner happened, he would take swift action.Reagan says, "If my dad were President, if George Bush were President, if H. W. Bush were President, if Mitt Romney were President what we are seeing unfold in the news today would not be happening."Holding nothing back, Reagan says when his father was President, the world listened.Reagan ...More >>
  • Missing Cell Phone Has Pictures Of Kingsburg Man's Son Who Passed Away

    Missing Cell Phone Has Pictures Of Kingsburg Man's Son Who Passed Away

    A Kingsburg dad says he's desperate to find his lost cell phone because it has pictures of his son who passed away."My heart dropped," says Victor Dominguez who lost his cell phone, "I couldn't believe what had happened. Those pictures mean more than anything, there's a picture of my child at the time that we lost him, and I can't get that back."Dominguez says he was in the emergency room at a Selma hospital when he accidentally left his cell phone in between the sheets of the hospital bed. H...More >>
    A Kingsburg dad says he's desperate to find his lost cell phone because it has pictures of his son who passed away."My heart dropped," says Victor Dominguez who lost his cell phone, "I couldn't believe what had happened. Those pictures mean more than anything, there's a picture of my child at the time that we lost him, and I can't get that back."Dominguez says he was in the emergency room at a Selma hospital when he accidentally left his cell phone in between the sheets of the hospital bed. H...More >>
  • Ukraine Says Malaysia Air Flight Was Shot Down

    Ukraine Says Malaysia Air Flight Was Shot Down

    Ukraine says a plane carrying 295 people was shot down as it flew over the country.More >>
    Ukraine says a plane carrying 295 people was shot down as it flew over the country.More >>
  • Judge Rules CA Death Penalty Unconstitutional Because It Takes Too Long

    Judge Rules CA Death Penalty Unconstitutional Because It Takes Too Long

    A federal judge ruled has now ruled California's death penalty unconstitutional.The judge cited the time it takes from sentencing, to carrying out the death penalty.That was ruled a violation of the eighth amendment's protection against cruel and unusual punishment.California put a moratorium on the death penalty in 2006 and hasn't executed anyone since then.There are 742 people on death row in the state right now.More >>
    A federal judge ruled has now ruled California's death penalty unconstitutional.The judge cited the time it takes from sentencing, to carrying out the death penalty.That was ruled a violation of the eighth amendment's protection against cruel and unusual punishment.California put a moratorium on the death penalty in 2006 and hasn't executed anyone since then.There are 742 people on death row in the state right now.More >>
  • Three Arrested In Connection With Fresno Murder, Two Others Sought

    Three Arrested In Connection With Fresno Murder, Two Others Sought

    Three men are now in jail for a murder that happened nearly two weeks ago.It was back on July 5th that two men were shot and killed at a home on Mono Street in Southeast Fresno.More >>
    Three men are now in jail for a murder that happened nearly two weeks ago.It was back on July 5th that two men were shot and killed at a home on Mono Street in Southeast Fresno.More >>
  • Marines To Protest At Mexican Consulate In Fresno

    Marines To Protest At Mexican Consulate In Fresno

    Former Marines from Fresno are ready to protest at the Mexican Consulate in Fresno. They're upset that U.S. Marine Andrew Tahmooressi has spent more than 100 days in a Mexican jail. The protest is scheduled for Tuesday July 22nd at the Mexican Consulate on the 7400 block of North Ingram in Northwest Fresno.More >>
    Former Marines from Fresno are ready to protest at the Mexican Consulate in Fresno. They're upset that U.S. Marine Andrew Tahmooressi has spent more than 100 days in a Mexican jail. The protest is scheduled for Tuesday July 22nd at the Mexican Consulate on the 7400 block of North Ingram in Northwest Fresno.
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  • Three Killed In Shootout With Stockton Police Following Bank Robbery

    Three Killed In Shootout With Stockton Police Following Bank Robbery

    New video shows the intense moments a bank robbery and hostage situation ended with a shootout between the criminals and Stockton police officers. Inside the bullet–riddled SUV, police found four people had been shot; two of the robbers and one of the hostages died, while a third robber was only wounded.More >>
    New video shows the intense moments a bank robbery and hostage situation ended with a shootout between the criminals and Stockton police officers. Inside the bullet–riddled SUV, police found four people had been shot; two of the robbers and one of the hostages died, while a third robber was only wounded.More >>
  • Caught On Camera: Hunt For Serial Robber! Do You Know This Guy?

    Caught On Camera: Hunt For Serial Robber! Do You Know This Guy?

    The hunt is on to find a serial robber who has targeted at least 4 stores in the past month.Fresno police say he wears a wig, a hat, or even a surgical mask every time he's robs a store.More >>
    The hunt is on to find a serial robber who has targeted at least 4 stores in the past month.Fresno police say he wears a wig, a hat, or even a surgical mask every time he's robs a store.More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: More People Reporting Water Wasters in Fresno

    Valley Drought 2014: More People Reporting Water Wasters in Fresno

    One day after the state called on cities to put in place tougher watering restrictions, people across the valley are taking note. Fresno Water Conservation Workers say they are getting more calls, of people reporting water wasters.More >>
    One day after the state called on cities to put in place tougher watering restrictions, people across the valley are taking note. Fresno Water Conservation Workers say they are getting more calls, of people reporting water wasters.More >>
  • CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Crooks Steal Elderly Woman's Wallet From Her Home

    CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Crooks Steal Elderly Woman's Wallet From Her Home

    Clovis Police say crooks that targeted an elderly woman at her senior living apartment have been caught on camera using her ATM card. Investigators say there are four snapshots of the crooks taken at 'Golden 1 Credit Union' in Fresno.
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    Clovis Police say crooks that targeted an elderly woman at her senior living apartment have been caught on camera using her ATM card. Investigators say there are four snapshots of the crooks taken at 'Golden 1 Credit Union' in Fresno.

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  • $50,000 In Damages To Playground Following Fire

    $50,000 In Damages To Playground Following Fire

    Damages to a playground that was partially destroyed by fire Tuesday night is estimated at $50,000.More >>
    Damages to a playground that was partially destroyed by fire Tuesday night is estimated at $50,000.More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: $500 Fine For Water Wasters Approved

    Valley Drought 2014: $500 Fine For Water Wasters Approved

    Californian's can now be fined 500 dollars a day for wasting water. The state is cracking down on water wasters during the severe drought. Lawmakers approved a new set of emergency rules Tuesday.More >>
    Californian's can now be fined 500 dollars a day for wasting water. The state is cracking down on water wasters during the severe drought. Lawmakers approved a new set of emergency rules Tuesday.More >>
  • Splitting Up California Could Be On The Ballot

    Splitting Up California Could Be On The Ballot

    Venture capitalist, Tim Draper, submitted 44,000 signatures in Sacramento on Tuesday but says he says he has 1.3 million.More >>
    Venture capitalist, Tim Draper, submitted 44,000 signatures in Sacramento on Tuesday but says he says he has 1.3 million.More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: Restrictions Lead to Drop in Water Usage in Some Cities

    Valley Drought 2014: Restrictions Lead to Drop in Water Usage in Some Cities

    On the day that California approves tougher watering restrictions, how effective have current restrictions been across the Central Valley?“We're down 10 to 15 percent from previous years,” says Samuel Escobar, City Manager of Orange Cove.The city enacted tougher watering restrictions after learning it would be receiving less water this year.Its sole water source is the Friant/Kern Canal.The water flows from Millerton Lake."At first we had a little battle with people watering. Complaints of pe...More >>
    On the day that California approves tougher watering restrictions, how effective have current restrictions been across the Central Valley?“We're down 10 to 15 percent from previous years,” says Samuel Escobar, City Manager of Orange Cove.The city enacted tougher watering restrictions after learning it would be receiving less water this year.Its sole water source is the Friant/Kern Canal.The water flows from Millerton Lake."At first we had a little battle with people watering. Complaints of pe...More >>
  • Hiker Injured and Stranded In The Mountains Shares His Survival Story

    Hiker Injured and Stranded In The Mountains Shares His Survival Story

     A  Clovis hiker who was badly hurt and stranded in the mountains for five nights is sharing his survival story.




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     A  Clovis hiker who was badly hurt and stranded in the mountains for five nights is sharing his survival story.





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  • Fresno County Ag Has A New #1: Almonds!

    Fresno County Ag Has A New #1: Almonds!

    The Fresno County Department of Agriculture is reporting almonds have become the county’s newest billion dollar crop. Almonds produced a total gross value of over $1.1 billion, replacing grapes as the new number one crop.More >>
    The Fresno County Department of Agriculture is reporting almonds have become the county’s newest billion dollar crop. Almonds produced a total gross value of over $1.1 billion, replacing grapes as the new number one crop.More >>
  • Fresno Police Shooting: Man Armed With Butcher Knife Kills Woman

    Fresno Police Shooting: Man Armed With Butcher Knife Kills Woman

    Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says a man armed with a butcher knife stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend.He adds his officers tried to save the woman and ended up shooting and killing the man.More >>
    Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says a man armed with a butcher knife stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend.He adds his officers tried to save the woman and ended up shooting and killing the man.More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: Excessive Water Use Could Cost You

    Valley Drought 2014: Excessive Water Use Could Cost You

    Using too much water could now cost you.Remember, we are in the middle of a major drought. The State Water Control Board votes today on who can cite you, and on just how much you'll be fined, for excessive water use.State regulators are considering fines up to $500 a day for people who waste water on landscaping, fountains, washing vehicles, and other outdoor uses.All public employees would be able to issue you a cita...More >>
    Using too much water could now cost you.Remember, we are in the middle of a major drought. The State Water Control Board votes today on who can cite you, and on just how much you'll be fined, for excessive water use.State regulators are considering fines up to $500 a day for people who waste water on landscaping, fountains, washing vehicles, and other outdoor uses.All public employees would be able to issue you a cita...More >>
  • Avenal Prison Guard Arrested On Sex Charges

    Avenal Prison Guard Arrested On Sex Charges

    A guard at Avenal State Prison is in jail. He was arrested and accused of sex crimes involving two teenage girls. Online records show 39–year–old Chad Jerome Shaddon of Kingsburg was booked Monday into Fresno County Jail.More >>
    A guard at Avenal State Prison is in jail. He was arrested and accused of sex crimes involving two teenage girls. Online records show 39–year–old Chad Jerome Shaddon of Kingsburg was booked Monday into Fresno County Jail.More >>
  • Cat Haven At Odds With Cal/OSHA

    Cat Haven At Odds With Cal/OSHA

    A little more than a year after a deadly accident at 'Project Survival's Cat Haven', OSHA is trying to make changes that workers say are dangerous.More >>
    A little more than a year after a deadly accident at 'Project Survival's Cat Haven', OSHA is trying to make changes that workers say are dangerous.More >>
  • Microchip Reunites Chihuahua with Family After Four Years

    Microchip Reunites Chihuahua with Family After Four Years

    Life is sweet these days for Rachel Cruz and her family—now that they have been reunited with their four-legged friend, after a four-year-long ordeal."It's got her nose, her head, her stripe on her back. It's her!" says Rachel Cruz.The family got KeyKey, the Teacup Chihuahua five years ago, after the death of Cruz's father.The pup quickly became her mom's sidekick."It helped her, it was her bed partner. As soon as she'd get in bed, lift the covers and KeyKey would jump in. that kept my mom go...More >>
    Life is sweet these days for Rachel Cruz and her family—now that they have been reunited with their four-legged friend, after a four-year-long ordeal."It's got her nose, her head, her stripe on her back. It's her!" says Rachel Cruz.The family got KeyKey, the Teacup Chihuahua five years ago, after the death of Cruz's father.The pup quickly became her mom's sidekick."It helped her, it was her bed partner. As soon as she'd get in bed, lift the covers and KeyKey would jump in. that kept my mom go...More >>
  • First Building Demolished To Make Way For Bullet Train

    First Building Demolished To Make Way For Bullet Train

    The first building has been demolished, clearing the path of the high speed rail line. Demolition crews leveled the old Hollywood Inn, at Golden State Blvd. and Pine Avenue, between Olive and McKinley Avenues in Fresno.More >>
    The first building has been demolished, clearing the path of the high speed rail line. Demolition crews leveled the old Hollywood Inn, at Golden State Blvd. and Pine Avenue, between Olive and McKinley Avenues in Fresno.More >>
  • Exercise Boosts the GPA

    Exercise Boosts the GPA

    If you're looking to boost your grades when school gets back in session, you may want to hit the weights. New research shows students who work out have better grades.More >>
    If you're looking to boost your grades when school gets back in session, you may want to hit the weights. New research shows students who work out have better grades.
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  • Why Sleep Deprivation Ages The Brain

    Why Sleep Deprivation Ages The Brain

    You may want to make sure you get to bed on time tonight. A new study shows the less sleep you get, the quicker your brain ages. Researchers looked at data from 66 Chinese adults.More >>
    You may want to make sure you get to bed on time tonight. A new study shows the less sleep you get, the quicker your brain ages. Researchers looked at data from 66 Chinese adults.More >>
  • New Diabetes Test - No More Pricked Fingers

    New Diabetes Test - No More Pricked Fingers

    Forget pricking your finger to check your blood sugar. While it may be a dream right now, it could be a reality in the coming years. A new sensor could make testing blood sugar much easier for diabetics.More >>
    Forget pricking your finger to check your blood sugar. While it may be a dream right now, it could be a reality in the coming years. A new sensor could make testing blood sugar much easier for diabetics.
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  • Truck Plows Through Apartments in Central Fresno

    Truck Plows Through Apartments in Central Fresno

    A car crashed into an apartment complex at Palm and Dakota. It happened just before 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. Police say the driver lost control and crashed after police tried to pull him over.More >>
    A car crashed into an apartment complex at Palm and Dakota. It happened just before 6:00 a.m. Monday morning. Police say the driver lost control and crashed after police tried to pull him over.More >>
  • Sense of Smell Could Be Linked To Alzheimer's Disease

    Sense of Smell Could Be Linked To Alzheimer's Disease

    A new study finds your sense of smell could help indicate if you have Alzheimer's Disease. Scientists say new research shows that people who had difficulty identifying certain smells could be associated with the loss of brain function.More >>
    A new study finds your sense of smell could help indicate if you have Alzheimer's Disease. Scientists say new research shows that people who had difficulty identifying certain smells could be associated with the loss of brain function.
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  • Illegal Pot Grow May Be Responsible For Northern California Wildfire

    Illegal Pot Grow May Be Responsible For Northern California Wildfire

    Investigators say a large wildfire that destroyed several buildings in Shasta County, was sparked from a truck being driven by a man linked to an illegal marijuana farm.More >>
    Investigators say a large wildfire that destroyed several buildings in Shasta County, was sparked from a truck being driven by a man linked to an illegal marijuana farm.More >>
  • Workers Sprayed By Crop Duster In Firebaugh

    Workers Sprayed By Crop Duster In Firebaugh

    About a dozen people are being treated after getting sprayed by a crop duster in Firebaugh.It happened just before 5:00 a.m. Monday morning at N and Washo by a tomato plant.More >>
    About a dozen people are being treated after getting sprayed by a crop duster in Firebaugh.It happened just before 5:00 a.m. Monday morning at N and Washo by a tomato plant.More >>
  • Watching Great Day Can Help You Lose Weight

    Watching Great Day Can Help You Lose Weight

    We try to keep things fresh and interesting here on Great Day And, according to a new study, we may be helping you stick to your diet. Researchers in Sweden found women eat about 50% more when they're watching boring TV shows. The study also found women eat about 35% more when reading, than when they watch an engaging comedy. Experts at Cornell University tell Time Magazine that the level of engagement in an activity was linked to how much a person ate. By the way, we welcome back Clayton Cla...More >>
    We try to keep things fresh and interesting here on Great Day And, according to a new study, we may be helping you stick to your diet. Researchers in Sweden found women eat about 50% more when they're watching boring TV shows. The study also found women eat about 35% more when reading, than when they watch an engaging comedy. Experts at Cornell University tell Time Magazine that the level of engagement in an activity was linked to how much a person ate. By the way, we welcome back Clayton Cla...More >>
  • Taggers Target Fresno Church; Help Needed to Clean Up

    Taggers Target Fresno Church; Help Needed to Clean Up

    For the second time in a week, a Fresno church has been vandalized.This time, they taggedMount Olive Church, at Clinton and Thorne—twice in a span of 24 hours.They marked up the main building, the parking lot, and other walls."I was just used to when we grew up there's certain things we did for the elderly and the church,” says Dayatra Lee, daughter of the church’s pastor. “We just had a certain amount of respect."Lee found the tagging Saturday afternoon, then even more on Sunday.This isn’t t...More >>
    For the second time in a week, a Fresno church has been vandalized.This time, they taggedMount Olive Church, at Clinton and Thorne—twice in a span of 24 hours.They marked up the main building, the parking lot, and other walls."I was just used to when we grew up there's certain things we did for the elderly and the church,” says Dayatra Lee, daughter of the church’s pastor. “We just had a certain amount of respect."Lee found the tagging Saturday afternoon, then even more on Sunday.This isn’t t...More >>
  • Parts of Sequoia Forest Closed as Nicolls Fire Burns

    Parts of Sequoia Forest Closed as Nicolls Fire Burns

    Parts of the Sequoia National Forest are closed because of the Nicolls Fire burning in the Kiavah Wilderness.The fire started on Friday afternoon and has burned more than 900 acres. It is in a remote section of the parkand no homes are threatened. All roads and trails in the area are closed.More >>
    Parts of the Sequoia National Forest are closed because of the Nicolls Fire burning in the Kiavah Wilderness.The fire started on Friday afternoon and has burned more than 900 acres. It is in a remote section of the parkand no homes are threatened. All roads and trails in the area are closed.More >>
  • Man Dies After Being Stabbed Outside Fresno Bar

    Man Dies After Being Stabbed Outside Fresno Bar

    A man died early Saturday morning after being stabbed outside a bar in Fresno. Police say 35-year-old Omar Perez was involved in an argument with another man inside Ewell's Bar at Chestnut and McKinley in southeast Fresno. When the argument turned physical outside the bar, that's when Perez was stabbed. Perez was taken to a hospital where he died from his injuries. The man who stabbed him took off on foot and police are still looking for him. They did find the bloody knife used in the crime i...More >>
    A man died early Saturday morning after being stabbed outside a bar in Fresno. Police say 35-year-old Omar Perez was involved in an argument with another man inside Ewell's Bar at Chestnut and McKinley in southeast Fresno. When the argument turned physical outside the bar, that's when Perez was stabbed. Perez was taken to a hospital where he died from his injuries. The man who stabbed him took off on foot and police are still looking for him. They did find the bloody knife used in the crime i...More >>
  • Accused Serial Robber Caught in Visalia

    Accused Serial Robber Caught in Visalia

    A serial robber targeting businesses in Tulare County has been arrested. Visalia Police say Adam Johnson, 32, is the man behind at least eight robberies in Visalia, Exeter and unincorporated areas of Tulare County over the past three weeks. The first robbery occurred at a Pizza Hut in the city of Visalia on June 25th. From there, police say, Johnson robbed seven more businesses, including a Rite Aid, Shell gas station, Holiday Inn and the Motel 99 near Tulare. Police say it was surveillance v...More >>
    A serial robber targeting businesses in Tulare County has been arrested. Visalia Police say Adam Johnson, 32, is the man behind at least eight robberies in Visalia, Exeter and unincorporated areas of Tulare County over the past three weeks. The first robbery occurred at a Pizza Hut in the city of Visalia on June 25th. From there, police say, Johnson robbed seven more businesses, including a Rite Aid, Shell gas station, Holiday Inn and the Motel 99 near Tulare. Police say it was surveillance v...More >>
  • A Wedding Nightmare When Mariachi Band Doesn't Show Up

    A Wedding Nightmare When Mariachi Band Doesn't Show Up

    On your wedding day you want everything to be perfect, but imagine if your wedding band didn't show up. Several Tulare couples say it happened to them when the mariachi band they hired didn't complete their end of the bargain.
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    On your wedding day you want everything to be perfect, but imagine if your wedding band didn't show up. Several Tulare couples say it happened to them when the mariachi band they hired didn't complete their end of the bargain.

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  • Snake Bite: Fresno County Man Gets Record 88 Vials of Anti-Venom

    Snake Bite: Fresno County Man Gets Record 88 Vials of Anti-Venom

    Let's face it, summer time is here and so is snake season.A Fresno County man knows that all too well.Right now, he is still recovering from being bitten by a venomous northern pacific rattlesnake weeks ago.The man now possibly holds a world record after being given 88 vials of anti-venom.Snake bite victim, Vince Thomas says, "Oddly enough it healed like a snake skin. It shed in one piece. I just went like this and it...More >>
    Let's face it, summer time is here and so is snake season.A Fresno County man knows that all too well.Right now, he is still recovering from being bitten by a venomous northern pacific rattlesnake weeks ago.The man now possibly holds a world record after being given 88 vials of anti-venom.Snake bite victim, Vince Thomas says, "Oddly enough it healed like a snake skin. It shed in one piece. I just went like this and it...More >>
  • Simple Way To Prevent Kidney Stones

    Simple Way To Prevent Kidney Stones

    While people may be used to the temperature reaching triple digits in California’s Central Valley, what many don't know is that the heat can actually increase your risk for developing kidney stones.More >>
    While people may be used to the temperature reaching triple digits in California’s Central Valley, what many don't know is that the heat can actually increase your risk for developing kidney stones.More >>
  • KMPH Fox 26 News Investigation: The Valley's Highest Paid Elected Officials and Public Workers

    KMPH Fox 26 News Investigation: The Valley's Highest Paid Elected Officials and Public Workers

    Have you ever wondered how much your tax dollars pay elected officials and local leaders?More >>
    Have you ever wondered how much your tax dollars pay elected officials and local leaders?
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  • Missing Hiker Found With Broken Leg

    Missing Hiker Found With Broken Leg

    The hiker missing near Kings Canyon National Park has been rescued. The Clovis man disappeared in the High Sierra last week and was located on Thursday.More >>
    The hiker missing near Kings Canyon National Park has been rescued. The Clovis man disappeared in the High Sierra last week and was located on Thursday.More >>
  • Freebie Friday

    Freebie Friday

    Apparently it's Freebie Friday. 7–Eleven is giving out free Slurpees in celebration of the day 7–11. Next week the company will also be giving out other free items like Twinkies.More >>
    Apparently it's Freebie Friday. 7–Eleven is giving out free Slurpees in celebration of the day 7–11. Next week the company will also be giving out other free items like Twinkies.
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  • Marijuana Bust in Fresno County Uncovers 15 Acres of Pot

    Marijuana Bust in Fresno County Uncovers 15 Acres of Pot

    Fresno county sheriff's deputies uncovered a massive marijuana bust near Bethel and Manning.Deputies served a warrant to search the property there.Officials say there are 47 acres of crops out there.Marijuana was grown on 15 acres of it.Thousands of plants were found.4 men were taken into custody.Deputies say there have been previous reports of shots fired in this area, and that's why they searched it again Friday.More >>
    Fresno county sheriff's deputies uncovered a massive marijuana bust near Bethel and Manning.Deputies served a warrant to search the property there.Officials say there are 47 acres of crops out there.Marijuana was grown on 15 acres of it.Thousands of plants were found.4 men were taken into custody.Deputies say there have been previous reports of shots fired in this area, and that's why they searched it again Friday.More >>
  • Hanford Baby Left In Hot Car, Mom Arrested

    Hanford Baby Left In Hot Car, Mom Arrested

    It seems like every day this week there has been a story about a child left in a hot car. The most recent cases are in New Mexico and Connecticut, but the newest case is right here in our own backyard.More >>
    It seems like every day this week there has been a story about a child left in a hot car. The most recent cases are in New Mexico and Connecticut, but the newest case is right here in our own backyard.More >>
  • Boss Times Employee Bathroom Breaks

    Boss Times Employee Bathroom Breaks

    Employees at River West faucet- making company in Chicago say going to the bathroom is now a race against the clock. This week they staged a demonstration to protest their employer's policy of timing them while they use the bathroom. Now Teamster Union members filed an unfair labor practices complaint with the National Labor Relations Board. People who spend too much time in the restroom are written up. However, their employer says it's a way to keep people from slacking off. Steven Kersten, ...More >>
    Employees at River West faucet- making company in Chicago say going to the bathroom is now a race against the clock. This week they staged a demonstration to protest their employer's policy of timing them while they use the bathroom. Now Teamster Union members filed an unfair labor practices complaint with the National Labor Relations Board. People who spend too much time in the restroom are written up. However, their employer says it's a way to keep people from slacking off. Steven Kersten, ...More >>
  • Dark Side of Social Networking

    Dark Side of Social Networking

    Too much Twitter and other social networking may be bad for your relationship. A study in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking found the more time people dedicated to Twitter and Facebook the more conflict in their relationship. And, according to the study, that led to cheating or failure of the relationship. That conflict happened regardless of how long people were in the relationship. While the team did find a link between Twitter use and failed relationships, it did...More >>
    Too much Twitter and other social networking may be bad for your relationship. A study in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking found the more time people dedicated to Twitter and Facebook the more conflict in their relationship. And, according to the study, that led to cheating or failure of the relationship. That conflict happened regardless of how long people were in the relationship. While the team did find a link between Twitter use and failed relationships, it did...More >>
  • More Job Hiring Expected

    More Job Hiring Expected

    If you are looking for a job, you may be in luck. There are going to be more opportunities soon. A new survey by online job site Careerbuilder shows nearly half of employers plan to add full–time employees over the next six months. That's up from last year. 27% are looking to bring in part–timers.More >>
    If you are looking for a job, you may be in luck. There are going to be more opportunities soon. A new survey by online job site Careerbuilder shows nearly half of employers plan to add full–time employees over the next six months. That's up from last year. 27% are looking to bring in part–timers.More >>
  • Airlines That Are Most Often Late

    Airlines That Are Most Often Late

    Heads up if you plan on traveling by air soon. Pack your patience. A new study shows more flights are delayed. The Department of Transportation looked at the airlines with the best and worst on–time arrivals. Overall, more planes landed late, and cancellations were up compared to the year before. ExpressJet, Envoy, and Southwest Airlines had the worst on–time performances in May. As for the best: Hawaiian, Alaska, and Delta Air Lines have the top three bragging rights.More >>
    Heads up if you plan on traveling by air soon. Pack your patience. A new study shows more flights are delayed. The Department of Transportation looked at the airlines with the best and worst on–time arrivals. Overall, more planes landed late, and cancellations were up compared to the year before. ExpressJet, Envoy, and Southwest Airlines had the worst on–time performances in May. As for the best: Hawaiian, Alaska, and Delta Air Lines have the top three bragging rights.More >>
  • How Weather Affects Back Pain

    How Weather Affects Back Pain

    Do you get occasional back pain? Do you think the weather has something to do with it?New research shows the weather has nothing to do with lower back pain. Australian researchers looked at weather conditions when peoples' back pain started as well as one week and one month before it started They found no connection between back pain and weather conditions like temperature, humidity, air pressure wind direction or rain. Study authors note high wind speeds and gusts seem to slightly increase t...More >>
    Do you get occasional back pain? Do you think the weather has something to do with it?New research shows the weather has nothing to do with lower back pain. Australian researchers looked at weather conditions when peoples' back pain started as well as one week and one month before it started They found no connection between back pain and weather conditions like temperature, humidity, air pressure wind direction or rain. Study authors note high wind speeds and gusts seem to slightly increase t...More >>
  • Bed Bugs Invade Fresno Apartment Building

    Bed Bugs Invade Fresno Apartment Building

    People who live in a Downtown Fresno apartment building say it's infested with bed bugs. They say they're frustrated and disgusted by the situation at 'Masten Towers'.
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    People who live in a Downtown Fresno apartment building say it's infested with bed bugs. They say they're frustrated and disgusted by the situation at 'Masten Towers'.

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  • Water Crisis In Tulare County's Seville, Triggers State Money

    Water Crisis In Tulare County's Seville, Triggers State Money

    The drought and a dropping underground water table are forcing hundreds of people living in a Tulare County community to suffer without clean drinking water, and at times no water at all!More than 500 people call the community of Seville home.It's located a few miles north of Visalia in Tulare County and about 36 miles southeast of Fresno.For weeks residents have been told to boil their water, because the town's water...More >>
    The drought and a dropping underground water table are forcing hundreds of people living in a Tulare County community to suffer without clean drinking water, and at times no water at all!More than 500 people call the community of Seville home.It's located a few miles north of Visalia in Tulare County and about 36 miles southeast of Fresno.For weeks residents have been told to boil their water, because the town's water...More >>
  • No Power For Two Days: Living Hell For SE Fresno Apartment Residents

    No Power For Two Days: Living Hell For SE Fresno Apartment Residents

    Power has finally been restored at the Maple Grove Apartments in southeast Fresno after nearly two days. Sixteen units were impacted when a 600 amp breaker went out early Tuesday evening. Rosalinda Huerta and her five children say they have been miserable since they were flushed into the darkduring the dinner hour on Tuesday.Huerta says everything in the refrigerator spoiled and now it needs to be pitched in the dumpster. "It hurts you know cause I had just gone grocery shopping and there goe...More >>
    Power has finally been restored at the Maple Grove Apartments in southeast Fresno after nearly two days. Sixteen units were impacted when a 600 amp breaker went out early Tuesday evening. Rosalinda Huerta and her five children say they have been miserable since they were flushed into the darkduring the dinner hour on Tuesday.Huerta says everything in the refrigerator spoiled and now it needs to be pitched in the dumpster. "It hurts you know cause I had just gone grocery shopping and there goe...More >>
  • Fresno's #1 Auto Thief Arrested

    Fresno's #1 Auto Thief Arrested

    Fresno's number one auto thief is now in custody. Fresno police say Vincent Madrid was arrested Thursday morning at his home near Clinton and Blythe in West Fresno.More >>
    Fresno's number one auto thief is now in custody. Fresno police say Vincent Madrid was arrested Thursday morning at his home near Clinton and Blythe in West Fresno.More >>
  • New Law Requires Teachers To Report Child Abuse To CPS

    New Law Requires Teachers To Report Child Abuse To CPS

    Teachers in California will now be required to report child abuse, not just to administrators, but to child protective services as well.More >>
    Teachers in California will now be required to report child abuse, not just to administrators, but to child protective services as well.More >>
  • Computer Chip Helping Brain Injury

    Computer Chip Helping Brain Injury

    The military research agency DARPA is now looking at using computer chips to restore brain function for veterans who’ve had a traumatic brain injury.More >>
    The military research agency DARPA is now looking at using computer chips to restore brain function for veterans who’ve had a traumatic brain injury.More >>
  • Combo Nicotine Therapy Helping People Quit Smoking

    Combo Nicotine Therapy Helping People Quit Smoking

    If you are trying to quit smoking, there could be new hope. Researchers in South Africa found the most effective way to quit smoking was a combination of a nicotine blocking drug and nicotine patches. According to the study's in the research journal, JAMA, author people who used this combination nicotine therapy were more likely to quit after 12 to 24 weeks than those who used the drug alone. And, they were also less likely to smoke again six months later.More >>
    If you are trying to quit smoking, there could be new hope. Researchers in South Africa found the most effective way to quit smoking was a combination of a nicotine blocking drug and nicotine patches. According to the study's in the research journal, JAMA, author people who used this combination nicotine therapy were more likely to quit after 12 to 24 weeks than those who used the drug alone. And, they were also less likely to smoke again six months later.More >>
  • Breakfast More Expensive

    Breakfast More Expensive

    The most important meal of the day costs more, just like almost everything else. According to CNN Money and the department of labor statistics, the overall price of fresh foods on our breakfast plate have gone up 11% since 2009. Eggs are up 33%, bacon's up 65%, and coffee spiked 40%. Prices are up because of animal sickness, drought and demand. The only thing that costs less is toast. The price of bread is down about 1%.More >>
    The most important meal of the day costs more, just like almost everything else. According to CNN Money and the department of labor statistics, the overall price of fresh foods on our breakfast plate have gone up 11% since 2009. Eggs are up 33%, bacon's up 65%, and coffee spiked 40%. Prices are up because of animal sickness, drought and demand. The only thing that costs less is toast. The price of bread is down about 1%.More >>
  • Fresno City Firefighters Reject Contract Proposal

    Fresno City Firefighters Reject Contract Proposal

    Fresno City firefighters are rejecting the city's latest contract proposal; saying they don't want to be responsible for fixing the city's problems.More >>
    Fresno City firefighters are rejecting the city's latest contract proposal; saying they don't want to be responsible for fixing the city's problems.More >>
  • 8 Wildfires In One Night In Sierra: Is It An Arsonist?

    8 Wildfires In One Night In Sierra: Is It An Arsonist?

    People living in the foothills and The Sierra are concerned after 8 fires broke out just Tuesday night.Now fire investigators confirm all 8 are suspicious and under investigation.More >>
    People living in the foothills and The Sierra are concerned after 8 fires broke out just Tuesday night.Now fire investigators confirm all 8 are suspicious and under investigation.More >>
  • Your Honest Opinion Could Get You Sued

    Your Honest Opinion Could Get You Sued

    Do you rely on reviews when you're picking a product, doctor, or other service provider? If you do, you might not be getting the full picture; thanks to clauses some companies are tucking into their contracts limiting online reviews. In a KMPH FOX 26 News Special Report, we investigated a new consumer trend some experts say you need to be aware of.More >>
    Do you rely on reviews when you're picking a product, doctor, or other service provider? If you do, you might not be getting the full picture; thanks to clauses some companies are tucking into their contracts limiting online reviews. In a KMPH FOX 26 News Special Report, we investigated a new consumer trend some experts say you need to be aware of.More >>
  • Former Fresnan Makes "So You Think You Can Dance" Top 20

    Former Fresnan Makes "So You Think You Can Dance" Top 20

    Former Fresnan Marcquet Hill has been working on his dance moves since he was three yearsold. 15 years later he's strutting his stuff on the Fox Network Show "So You Think You Can Dance." He is one of twenty finalists.His Aunt Renita Morris of Fresno remembers Marcquet as afunny goofy kid. His early days in school included time at both Starr Elementary and Manchester Gate. He moved to Utah in the sixth grade. There he teamed up with dance partner Brooklyn Fullmer. He and Fullmer both made the...More >>
    Former Fresnan Marcquet Hill has been working on his dance moves since he was three yearsold. 15 years later he's strutting his stuff on the Fox Network Show "So You Think You Can Dance." He is one of twenty finalists.His Aunt Renita Morris of Fresno remembers Marcquet as afunny goofy kid. His early days in school included time at both Starr Elementary and Manchester Gate. He moved to Utah in the sixth grade. There he teamed up with dance partner Brooklyn Fullmer. He and Fullmer both made the...More >>
  • Want To Live Long? Don't Do This!

    Want To Live Long? Don't Do This!

    A new study shows how long unhealthy lifestyle habits can shave years off your life. This is the first time analysts are able to tell by how many years lives are shortened because of smoking, bad diet, being inactive and drinking a lot.More >>
    A new study shows how long unhealthy lifestyle habits can shave years off your life. This is the first time analysts are able to tell by how many years lives are shortened because of smoking, bad diet, being inactive and drinking a lot.
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  • Bakersfield Teen Accused Of Killing Step-Father Over Bad Grades

    Bakersfield Teen Accused Of Killing Step-Father Over Bad Grades

    A 17–year–old is now facing murder charges after accusations that he shot and killed his step–father. Police say it happened after he was punished for getting bad grades.More >>
    A 17–year–old is now facing murder charges after accusations that he shot and killed his step–father. Police say it happened after he was punished for getting bad grades.More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014: Water Wasters Could Be Fined $500 Per Day

    Valley Drought 2014: Water Wasters Could Be Fined $500 Per Day

    If you're caught wasting water outdoors, it could now cost you. New restrictions proposed by state regulators show it could be as much as $500 a day. Examples cited are: over watering your lawn, hosing down sidewalks, or washing cars without a nozzle on the hose.More >>
    If you're caught wasting water outdoors, it could now cost you. New restrictions proposed by state regulators show it could be as much as $500 a day. Examples cited are: over watering your lawn, hosing down sidewalks, or washing cars without a nozzle on the hose.More >>
  • How Caffeine Can Help With Weight Loss

    How Caffeine Can Help With Weight Loss

    And if you're looking to lose weight, drinking coffee, or anything with caffeine, before a workout may help you burn more calories.More >>
    And if you're looking to lose weight, drinking coffee, or anything with caffeine, before a workout may help you burn more calories.
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  • Mormon Church Vandalized, Words Painted on Steeple

    Mormon Church Vandalized, Words Painted on Steeple

    It's one thing to deface a business.But now, some are wondering who went as far as defacing a church. Someone painted words on the steeple of a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in North Fresno, at Maroa and Barstow.More >>
    It's one thing to deface a business.But now, some are wondering who went as far as defacing a church. Someone painted words on the steeple of a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in North Fresno, at Maroa and Barstow.More >>
  • Boy Raises Money For Sick Friend With Lemonade Stand

    Boy Raises Money For Sick Friend With Lemonade Stand

    7 year old Quinn Callander is raising thousands of dollars for his friend's expensive surgery. So far he's raised more than $24,000 - all with a homemade lemonade stand, and a social media campaign. His friend's right arm and leg are affected by Cerebral Palsy. He's been going through painful therapy so he can walk. But now the boy needs surgery that, if successful, could have that young boy walk without braces. Quinn says when he learned his friend needed the $20,000 surgery, he wanted to he...More >>
    7 year old Quinn Callander is raising thousands of dollars for his friend's expensive surgery. So far he's raised more than $24,000 - all with a homemade lemonade stand, and a social media campaign. His friend's right arm and leg are affected by Cerebral Palsy. He's been going through painful therapy so he can walk. But now the boy needs surgery that, if successful, could have that young boy walk without braces. Quinn says when he learned his friend needed the $20,000 surgery, he wanted to he...More >>
  • Remote Controlled Birth Control

    Remote Controlled Birth Control

    Technology is helping with family planning. It comes in the form of a microchip that can be implanted under a woman's skin that delivers a daily dose of hormonal contraceptives. It last for 16 years. During that time if the woman wants to get pregnant she can turn the microchip off using a remote control. Yep, just like a TV. Afterwards she can turn it back on. The chip was developed as part of the Bill and Miranda Gates Foundation. It is expected to be on the market by 2018.More >>
    Technology is helping with family planning. It comes in the form of a microchip that can be implanted under a woman's skin that delivers a daily dose of hormonal contraceptives. It last for 16 years. During that time if the woman wants to get pregnant she can turn the microchip off using a remote control. Yep, just like a TV. Afterwards she can turn it back on. The chip was developed as part of the Bill and Miranda Gates Foundation. It is expected to be on the market by 2018.More >>
  • College Degrees That Earn The Most Money

    College Degrees That Earn The Most Money

    A new survey shows studying numbers can add more numbers to your paycheck. According to a new report from The Department of Education, recent college graduates with degrees in math and science are taking home salaries averaging $65,000 a year. Other degrees average just under $50,000. According to the survey, only 16% of grads took home a degree in science, technology, engineering or math.More >>
    A new survey shows studying numbers can add more numbers to your paycheck. According to a new report from The Department of Education, recent college graduates with degrees in math and science are taking home salaries averaging $65,000 a year. Other degrees average just under $50,000. According to the survey, only 16% of grads took home a degree in science, technology, engineering or math.More >>
  • UPDATE - A Community Without Water

    UPDATE - A Community Without Water

    People in a Madera County Community had the water in their homes turned off on Tuesday. This is the second day in a row people in Parkwood have been dealing with water problems after a system failure.
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    People in a Madera County Community had the water in their homes turned off on Tuesday. This is the second day in a row people in Parkwood have been dealing with water problems after a system failure.

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  • Caught On Camera: Man Arrested For Burglaries, Police call Him "The White Shoe Bandit"

    Caught On Camera: Man Arrested For Burglaries, Police call Him "The White Shoe Bandit"

    Madera police say a serial burglar is behind bars thanks to good police work and the use of high-tech tools.Officers say 22-year-old Miguel Antonio Hernandez Tapia, nicknamed the "white shoes bandit" was caught on camera burglarizing several stores.Thanks to the video, and an alert patrol officer, the man is now arrested.Detectives say the guy was caught on camera inside Khaled Al Asbahi’s cell phone store.Al Asbahi s...More >>
    Madera police say a serial burglar is behind bars thanks to good police work and the use of high-tech tools.Officers say 22-year-old Miguel Antonio Hernandez Tapia, nicknamed the "white shoes bandit" was caught on camera burglarizing several stores.Thanks to the video, and an alert patrol officer, the man is now arrested.Detectives say the guy was caught on camera inside Khaled Al Asbahi’s cell phone store.Al Asbahi s...More >>
  • Top 5 Indentity Thieves Named In Fresno

    Top 5 Indentity Thieves Named In Fresno

    Local law enforcement has identified the top five identity thieves in the Fresno area. Detectives believe each of these suspects are committing identity theft in the city and county of Fresno at this time.More >>
    Local law enforcement has identified the top five identity thieves in the Fresno area. Detectives believe each of these suspects are committing identity theft in the city and county of Fresno at this time.More >>
  • Eating Out Getting More Expensive Thanks To California Drought

    Eating Out Getting More Expensive Thanks To California Drought

    Restaurants are starting to raise their prices as food costs continue to increase due to the drought in California.More >>
    Restaurants are starting to raise their prices as food costs continue to increase due to the drought in California.More >>
  • More People Replacing Landline With Cell Phone

    More People Replacing Landline With Cell Phone

    More people are ditching their landline phones. A new government report finds 4 in 10 American households dropped their old landlines, and now only use cell phones. That's twice the rate from just five years ago.More >>
    More people are ditching their landline phones. A new government report finds 4 in 10 American households dropped their old landlines, and now only use cell phones. That's twice the rate from just five years ago.More >>
  • Breast Cancer May Be Linked To High Cholesterol

    Breast Cancer May Be Linked To High Cholesterol

    Fighting breast cancer may be as easy as tackling a woman’s cholesterol level. New research shows high cholesterol levels may raise a woman's risk of developing breast cancer by nearly 65%.More >>
    Fighting breast cancer may be as easy as tackling a woman’s cholesterol level. New research shows high cholesterol levels may raise a woman's risk of developing breast cancer by nearly 65%.
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  • Water In Madera County Town May Be Dangerous

    Water In Madera County Town May Be Dangerous

    A community in Madera County is being told not to drink or even shower with the tap water, because it may be dangerous. A spokesman with Madera County says the community of Parkwood had been experiencing low water pressure all weekend, but now there is no water pressure at all.More >>
    A community in Madera County is being told not to drink or even shower with the tap water, because it may be dangerous. A spokesman with Madera County says the community of Parkwood had been experiencing low water pressure all weekend, but now there is no water pressure at all.More >>
  • Kopi Takes The Ice Water Challenge

    Kopi Takes The Ice Water Challenge

    A viewer called out Great Day on Facebook over the weekend as part of the "Ice Water Challenge" ... and Kopi accepted.More >>
    A viewer called out Great Day on Facebook over the weekend as part of the "Ice Water Challenge" ... and Kopi accepted.
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  • West Nile Virus Case in Fresno is 5th in California This Year

    West Nile Virus Case in Fresno is 5th in California This Year

    A Fresno man is newest case of the West Nile virus this year.The Fresno County Department of Public Health says, he was treated at the hospital and released.State health officials say this is now the fifth case this year.West Nile infections were also reported in Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties.The health department says prevention is key.Here's how you can protect yourself.When you use inse...More >>
    A Fresno man is newest case of the West Nile virus this year.The Fresno County Department of Public Health says, he was treated at the hospital and released.State health officials say this is now the fifth case this year.West Nile infections were also reported in Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tulare counties.The health department says prevention is key.Here's how you can protect yourself.When you use inse...More >>
  • Body Found In Vineyard South Of Fresno

    Body Found In Vineyard South Of Fresno

    Tuesday, July 8 2014 11:34 AM EDT2014-07-08 15:34:28 GMT
    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 >>
    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 >>
  • Hidden Cash Comes to Fresno, Hundreds Turn Out for Money, Fun

    Hidden Cash Comes to Fresno, Hundreds Turn Out for Money, Fun

    Money can make people do some amazing things.On Monday, it made some people climb trees, walk through waist-high weeds, jump in a pond, or jump out of bed and into their cars at 10 p.m.The reason: the online social media phenomenon known as “Hidden Cash” came to Fresno.“Fresno is a great town, it’s often overlooked. It’s got half a million people, which in most states it would be the biggest city if not the second biggest,” said Jason Buzi, the man behind the giveaway twitter handle.Buzi is a...More >>
    Money can make people do some amazing things.On Monday, it made some people climb trees, walk through waist-high weeds, jump in a pond, or jump out of bed and into their cars at 10 p.m.The reason: the online social media phenomenon known as “Hidden Cash” came to Fresno.“Fresno is a great town, it’s often overlooked. It’s got half a million people, which in most states it would be the biggest city if not the second biggest,” said Jason Buzi, the man behind the giveaway twitter handle.Buzi is a...More >>
  • Man Shot While Walking Down Busy Central Fresno Street

    Man Shot While Walking Down Busy Central Fresno Street

    Fresno Police say a man walking down Shields Avenue in Central Fresno was shot. Investigators tell KMPH Fox 26 News that the man stumbled towards a nursing home and collapsed by the doors.
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    Fresno Police say a man walking down Shields Avenue in Central Fresno was shot. Investigators tell KMPH Fox 26 News that the man stumbled towards a nursing home and collapsed by the doors.

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  • Thieves Break Into A Home While A Woman Was Sleeping Inside

    Thieves Break Into A Home While A Woman Was Sleeping Inside

    A Kings County woman says she's terrified to be in her own home, after she says thieves broke in.
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    A Kings County woman says she's terrified to be in her own home, after she says thieves broke in.

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  • Wild Pigs Cause Canal Breach, Flood Damages Grapes

    Wild Pigs Cause Canal Breach, Flood Damages Grapes

    Wild pigs burrowing underground are believed to be the cause of a massive canal breach that sent water gushing onto a valley roadway and put homeowners on alert.At this hour, crews are still working to repair the levee in the area of Highway 180 and Frankwood, northwest of Sanger.More >>
    Wild pigs burrowing underground are believed to be the cause of a massive canal breach that sent water gushing onto a valley roadway and put homeowners on alert.At this hour, crews are still working to repair the levee in the area of Highway 180 and Frankwood, northwest of Sanger.More >>
  • Dinuba Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday with Large Party

    Dinuba Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday with Large Party

    A Dinuba woman was the toast of the town on Saturday, as she celebrated her 100th birthday. More than 100 people honored Mary Tracy Newton at Dinuba's First Baptist Church. She is known by many in the community because her husband, Harold, had been the city's mayor for two years, from 1964-66. Newton credits her longevity to eating right, drinking lots of coffee and her Christian faith. "I don't make plans, just take what God gives me and he continues to guide me," Newton said. Her children, ...More >>
    A Dinuba woman was the toast of the town on Saturday, as she celebrated her 100th birthday. More than 100 people honored Mary Tracy Newton at Dinuba's First Baptist Church. She is known by many in the community because her husband, Harold, had been the city's mayor for two years, from 1964-66. Newton credits her longevity to eating right, drinking lots of coffee and her Christian faith. "I don't make plans, just take what God gives me and he continues to guide me," Newton said. Her children, ...More >>
  • Two People Killed in Southeast Fresno

    Two People Killed in Southeast Fresno

    Two people were found dead in Southeast Fresno Saturday night.Officers were called to the area of 7th Street and Mono, near Ventura Street around 6:30.Police are not saying what the person they are looking for looks like.More >>
    Two people were found dead in Southeast Fresno Saturday night.Officers were called to the area of 7th Street and Mono, near Ventura Street around 6:30.Police are not saying what the person they are looking for looks like.More >>
  • Driver Arrested in Suspected Drunk Driving Crash

    Driver Arrested in Suspected Drunk Driving Crash

    A teenage driverwas arrested following a crash that killed a mannear Visalia Saturday morning. The crash happened along Highway 198 near Farmersville Road around 5:30 a.m. Officers with the California Highway Patrol say 19-year-old Gustavo Pineda was driving his car at speeds of over 100 miles per hour when he rammed into a truck in front of him.The impact sent the truck into the center divider, killing the 60-year-old man who was driving it.Two passengers in Pineda's car were flown to a Fres...More >>
    A teenage driverwas arrested following a crash that killed a mannear Visalia Saturday morning. The crash happened along Highway 198 near Farmersville Road around 5:30 a.m. Officers with the California Highway Patrol say 19-year-old Gustavo Pineda was driving his car at speeds of over 100 miles per hour when he rammed into a truck in front of him.The impact sent the truck into the center divider, killing the 60-year-old man who was driving it.Two passengers in Pineda's car were flown to a Fres...More >>
  • Tulare Motel Robbed at Gunpoint

    Tulare Motel Robbed at Gunpoint

    A man walked into a motel nearTulare on Friday and robbed an employee and customers at gunpoint. The robbery happened around 5:30 p.m. at the Motel 99 along Highway 99 just north of Tulare. Wearing sunglasses, a black t-shirt, and black shorts, the man pulled out a gun and demanded money from the female hotel clerk. The man then walked up to a customer in the lobby and took his wallet. The whole thing was caught on the motel's security camera. Tulare County Sheriff's deputies say the man left...More >>
    A man walked into a motel nearTulare on Friday and robbed an employee and customers at gunpoint. The robbery happened around 5:30 p.m. at the Motel 99 along Highway 99 just north of Tulare. Wearing sunglasses, a black t-shirt, and black shorts, the man pulled out a gun and demanded money from the female hotel clerk. The man then walked up to a customer in the lobby and took his wallet. The whole thing was caught on the motel's security camera. Tulare County Sheriff's deputies say the man left...More >>
  • Search For Missing Dog Tags Stretches From California To Kentucky

    Search For Missing Dog Tags Stretches From California To Kentucky

    A World War Two veteran from Kentucky when ended his military career in California is hoping for a miracle. Nearly 70 years ago he lost track of his dog tags and now he'd give anything to get them back.94 year old Ashland Race Junior is a Marine veteran. He spent four years serving his country during World War II. The last few months he was stationed in Oceanside and San Diego. The former Master Tech Sergeant has two regrets as a Marine. The first was getting rid of his dress blues. But his f...More >>
    A World War Two veteran from Kentucky when ended his military career in California is hoping for a miracle. Nearly 70 years ago he lost track of his dog tags and now he'd give anything to get them back.94 year old Ashland Race Junior is a Marine veteran. He spent four years serving his country during World War II. The last few months he was stationed in Oceanside and San Diego. The former Master Tech Sergeant has two regrets as a Marine. The first was getting rid of his dress blues. But his f...More >>
  • Fireworks Can Cause Hearing Loss

    Fireworks Can Cause Hearing Loss

    As you celebrate the Fourth of July, health experts say you may want to protect your hearing while you enjoy the fireworks. Hearing loss is often believed to be an issue that progresses over time. However, it can also be caused by an instantaneous loud noise. The American Speech Language Hearing Association Recommends standing a safe distance away from fireworks and use ear plugs if necessary. Experts say any noise levels at fireworks shows can get louder than 100 decibels. Anything above 85 ...More >>
    As you celebrate the Fourth of July, health experts say you may want to protect your hearing while you enjoy the fireworks. Hearing loss is often believed to be an issue that progresses over time. However, it can also be caused by an instantaneous loud noise. The American Speech Language Hearing Association Recommends standing a safe distance away from fireworks and use ear plugs if necessary. Experts say any noise levels at fireworks shows can get louder than 100 decibels. Anything above 85 ...More >>
  • Valley Drought 2014 - Kings River Is Finally Full Of Water

    Valley Drought 2014 - Kings River Is Finally Full Of Water

    Valley Drought 2014 means rivers all over the Valley are dry. The Kings River was didn't have any water for months. Now, the river in Kingsburg is finally open for business.
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    Valley Drought 2014 means rivers all over the Valley are dry. The Kings River was didn't have any water for months. Now, the river in Kingsburg is finally open for business.

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  • Valley Man Competes In Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

    Valley Man Competes In Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

    For the second year in a row, the valley's Pablo Martinez is competing in Coney Island New York for the annual "Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest" on this Fourth of July.He’s once again gunning for the men's title this year. Last year he ate 27 ½ hotdogs. Joey Chestnut, the reigning champ, ate 69 to win it last year.Pablo says he’s better prepared this year. He says he’s been working at stretching his stomach and won’t let the crowds and notoriety of the event distract him.When he’s not ...More >>
    For the second year in a row, the valley's Pablo Martinez is competing in Coney Island New York for the annual "Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest" on this Fourth of July.He’s once again gunning for the men's title this year. Last year he ate 27 ½ hotdogs. Joey Chestnut, the reigning champ, ate 69 to win it last year.Pablo says he’s better prepared this year. He says he’s been working at stretching his stomach and won’t let the crowds and notoriety of the event distract him.When he’s not ...More >>
  • Ranch Fire Burns 150 Acres Near Lake Isabella

    Ranch Fire Burns 150 Acres Near Lake Isabella

    Firefighters are working on a wildfire burning in the Sequoia National Forest near Lake Isabella.As of Friday morning, 150 acres have burned in what's being called the ranch fire.It's about a quarter mile west of Red Mountain.Nearly 700 firefighters are on hand for this one.Firefighters say it's in a difficult area to reach.No structures are threatened at this point.But nearby Lake Isabella is a hot spot for tourists ...More >>
    Firefighters are working on a wildfire burning in the Sequoia National Forest near Lake Isabella.As of Friday morning, 150 acres have burned in what's being called the ranch fire.It's about a quarter mile west of Red Mountain.Nearly 700 firefighters are on hand for this one.Firefighters say it's in a difficult area to reach.No structures are threatened at this point.But nearby Lake Isabella is a hot spot for tourists ...More >>
  • Study Says Hookah Like Smoking 100 Cigarettes

    Study Says Hookah Like Smoking 100 Cigarettes

    While fewer teens are smoking cigarettes, a new study shows more are hookah smoking. The study found 1 in 5 high school seniors used the water pipe device last year.More >>
    While fewer teens are smoking cigarettes, a new study shows more are hookah smoking. The study found 1 in 5 high school seniors used the water pipe device last year.
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  • Canal Breach Sends Water Gushing, Repairs Set to Begin Monday

    Canal Breach Sends Water Gushing, Repairs Set to Begin Monday

    A break in an irrigation canal sent water gushing Sunday afternoon onto a valley roadway-- and put homeowners on alert.It happened in Alta Irrigation District canal in the area of Highway 180 and Frankwood, around 6:30 p.m.Irrigation district workers say a 20-foot section of an irrigation canal had breached, sending a 200-foot-wide path of water across Highway 180.Firefighters say the water got knee-high.Five homes were affected, and some people were forced to leave.Irrigation workers capped ...More >>
    A break in an irrigation canal sent water gushing Sunday afternoon onto a valley roadway-- and put homeowners on alert.It happened in Alta Irrigation District canal in the area of Highway 180 and Frankwood, around 6:30 p.m.Irrigation district workers say a 20-foot section of an irrigation canal had breached, sending a 200-foot-wide path of water across Highway 180.Firefighters say the water got knee-high.Five homes were affected, and some people were forced to leave.Irrigation workers capped ...More >>
  • Only on Fox 26: Man Behind "Hidden Cash" Talks About Fresno Stop on Monday

    Only on Fox 26: Man Behind "Hidden Cash" Talks About Fresno Stop on Monday

    A modern-day scavenger hunt with a social media twist is coming to Fresno on Monday.For weeks, people across the country—and the world—have been following clues from the twitter handle @HiddenCash in hopes of getting their hands on some money.The man behind the phenomenon: Jason Buzi.He’s a real estate mogul from the Bay Area, who decided to start this scavenger hunt for fun.But since it began, he says, it has grown into so much more.“This has brought people together using the power of social...More >>
    A modern-day scavenger hunt with a social media twist is coming to Fresno on Monday.For weeks, people across the country—and the world—have been following clues from the twitter handle @HiddenCash in hopes of getting their hands on some money.The man behind the phenomenon: Jason Buzi.He’s a real estate mogul from the Bay Area, who decided to start this scavenger hunt for fun.But since it began, he says, it has grown into so much more.“This has brought people together using the power of social...More >>
  • Warning To Parents With Teething Babies

    Warning To Parents With Teething Babies

    The Food and Drug Administration is now calling for new warning labels for the prescription drug Lidocaine.More >>
    The Food and Drug Administration is now calling for new warning labels for the prescription drug Lidocaine.
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  • Gluten Intolerance May Not Be Celiac Disease

    Gluten Intolerance May Not Be Celiac Disease

    A new study shows people who do not have Celiac Disease may not be gluten intolerant after all.More >>
    A new study shows people who do not have Celiac Disease may not be gluten intolerant after all.
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  • Deadly Crash On Highway 168 Near Auberry

    Deadly Crash On Highway 168 Near Auberry

    California Highway Patrol officers are investigating a deadly crash in the foothills near Auberry.More >>
    California Highway Patrol officers are investigating a deadly crash in the foothills near Auberry.More >>
  • CHP To Be Sued By Family Of Woman Beaten In Viral Video

    CHP To Be Sued By Family Of Woman Beaten In Viral Video

    The family of the 51 year old woman shown in a video being repeatedly punched by a CHP officer says they plan to sue the agency.It happened last week along the Santa Monica freeway.More >>
    The family of the 51 year old woman shown in a video being repeatedly punched by a CHP officer says they plan to sue the agency.It happened last week along the Santa Monica freeway.More >>
  • Clovis Street Racing Leads To Crash And Two Teens Arrested

    Clovis Street Racing Leads To Crash And Two Teens Arrested

    Two teens are facing charges after a race ended in a crash in Clovis Sunday night. Police say 18–year-old Brandon Dean and a 17–year-old were racing down Herndon Avenue around 9:00 p.m. when dean crashed into an SUV at Temperance.More >>
    Two teens are facing charges after a race ended in a crash in Clovis Sunday night. Police say 18–year-old Brandon Dean and a 17–year-old were racing down Herndon Avenue around 9:00 p.m. when dean crashed into an SUV at Temperance.More >>
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