Macy's salutes our troops with 'American Icons' and 'Got Your 6' programs.
Looking for a home to buy or wanting to sell your house? Turn to the real estate experts at Century 21 C. Watson.
This is a new series where we visit the San Joaquin Valley Wineries. There are amazing and unique wineries based right here in the Central Valley. We start with the Yribarren Family Vineyards in Kerman, and here every grape is hand picked by the winemaker. This business is truly a family business where the kids come first. Stefanie Bainum visits the family operated winery and explains more.
Graduation time is here, and if you are looking to do something different than giving flowers or money, then how about cake pops! It may be hard to believe, but everyone can make cake pops. You too can make a simple dessert and turn it into a beautiful creation. This time we are making cake pops with a graduation twist. You can also contact Cake Poppin' to make these tasty treats for a graduation party!
The classic film, Back to the Future, is coming to Warnors Theatre, and everyone here has a chance to come enjoy in the fun. Food, wine, beer, and more will be available tomorrow. Michelle Swift also shares what other films and events are going on at Warnors.
Local youth are taking the lead in creating projects that will help their peers say no to alcohol. In fact, the youth leadership institute is hosting a youth summit to get the message out.
Jeff Kindler of Premier Windows shows us the window features you want to make sure you have before the hot summer months hit.
The Springtini is happening this Saturday, and we have DJ Aesop from 105.5 stop by and explain how he is involved in this event. Be sure to join in on the fun this Saturday starting at 6 p.m.
The Voice finale airs tonight, and one of the finalists visited the Central Valley. Sixteen-year-old Claudia Martinez was being treated at Valley Children's for Leukemia. Last week she passed away. Back in September the voice finalist, Meghan Linsey, visited Valley Children's and met Claudia. When the singer found out the teen had passed, she reached out to the family with a touching gift.
The Oakland Raiders are showing love for the Central Valley. The team is partnering with a local foundation to promote education, youth sports, and team work. The president of The Central Valley Care Foundation stops by and explains how the community can get involved.
Roy Silva, the owner of Planet Hair, shows how anyone can look like someone just got out of the salon with the products they recommend. Roy also shows the easy tips on how to make your hair look great, and what people will need to maintain healthy, shiny hair, and if it's been chemically treated.
Did you watch the Billboard Awards? Well Alex and Stefanie dish on what's trending from this weekend, and they also give a look into The Voice Live Finale.
Splash is very playful, loves to sunbathe, and give kisses. Oh! and he's available for adoption at the Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center in Clovis.
It's time to don our red noses to help raise money for children living in poverty. Check out how it's helping the United Way.
Springtini 2015 will be held Saturday, May 23rd from 6pm to 10pm at River View. The festival features live music, food, local businesses, and no short of fun.
Zachary Browning joins us again and explains what food you can make in a matter of minutes. It is easy to lose weight with the right meal and exercise plan. He shows us how to make an easy dish that will help you lose weight quickly and be healthy.
If you're tired of clowns and magicians for your kids birthday parties, then why not try something different? A Central Valley man finds homes for abandoned, abused, and unwanted reptiles. His name is coined as Todd the Snake Man, and he will take his snakes to parties. Find out how you can book him for your next event.
Find out more about what's happening tonight at the 2015 Downtown Expo, and what weekend fun you can have in the Central Valley. Tonight you can get the chance to enjoy downtown Visalia food, and enjoy live music, but also part of the proceeds from ticket sales benefit breast cancer research. Sam Sciacca, who is the chairman of the event, said that he wanted the money from ticket sales to go to cancer research after he lost his mother-in-law to breast cancer.
The housing market is on the rise, and prices are at the perfect price here in the Central Valley. We sit down with another Century 21 C. Watson agent to find out what listings they have on the market.
The 2015 Downtown Expo is filled with fashion, food, and music. It starts at 5 tonight and continues on through 11 p.m. Make sure to get tickets because a portion of the ticket sales will benefit Breast Cancer Research.
Having a stroke can be a scary thing and can leave someone to feel hopeless, especially if you feel you are healthy. One man had three strokes in three weeks and survived. He then realized it was time to rethink his life and change what he has been doing all along. Leo Costa explains the book he has coming out and his personal story.
Watch and see Leo Costa's comparison dish this time, and he explains what exercises will help you build lean muscle and lose weight.
Some students of Sanger Unified School District are receiving a gift for their future and the opportunity to improve and continue their education. Foundation for Sanger Schools is an organization helping students, families, and teachers. Teresa Sardina has more on how this non-profit is making a difference.
The Harlem Ambassadors are hitting the hard court in Fresno for a good cause. Their game against community leaders benefits the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission.
Frequently seen as just a soup kitchen, the Poverello House provides several other services for those in the community who need it most. Gaby Rodriguez explains why every dollar counts at this local nonprofit.
It's a sad part of aging when there is a decreased libido, and by age thirty-five, men start to loose testosterone levels. This can lead to depression and even heart disease, but there is help. Dr. Kevin Lester with Top Hat Medical explains more.
Viewers were asked to send in pictures of moms and daughters that look-alike, and there was a great response. People voted and the winners were announced right before Mother's Day. The dynamic duo that won, Brianna Boni and her mom, get told all the time they look like sisters. Special thanks to our sponsors from Fresno Coin Gallery, The Ritz, Queen Bee Nails & Spa, The Patio Place, Lexus of Fresno, and Broadway in Fresno for providing the winning prize pack.
It's a 4 day festival of fun. Come visit Kingsburg starting on Thursday, to experience the food, shops, music, and traditions of the Swedish town.
The average water bill for Fresno residents is about $29 dollars a month. The drought isn't going away anytime soon, so the more water we can save these days is priceless, so what are some great ways that aren't always talked about that can save you water and money? George Takata spoke to a few experts to get some important water saving solutions.
The kids from Break the Barriers are usually hitting the blue gym mats, but this weekend the organization and others will be hitting the red carpet. The local non-profits that serve those with limited abilities are coming together to promote the opening of the new movie, "Where Hope Grows." Find out how you can see this movie that is coming out this weekend at River Park.
The Assistance League of Fresno is one of the 10 beneficiaries of Granville's Home of Hope. Funds from the project help to support the Assistance League's Operation School Bell program that gives brand new clothes to school kids in the Central Valley.
Resources are available in the Fresno community to help families dealing with loved ones with Alzheimer's.
Hi! My name is Steven. I am a 2-month-old Scottish Terrier mix with an under bite. I am looking for a forever home and a new best friend. Adopt me at the CCSPCA!
It's been a busy year for the Fresno City College jazz program with many successful concerts and festival performances, but as they wrap of the year they are presenting a "Double Header" concert series with these outstanding musicians in a casual jazz club setting. It starts tonight and there is another performance tomorrow.
Many people here in the Central Valley have a lot talent and now those people are getting the opportunity to show us what they got during the 13th annual "Next Big Thing Talent Show." There is still time to sign up, so check out the clip to learn how you can join.
The Central California Asthma Collaborative is going to have a 5K Bubble Walk this weekend, and there is still time for anyone to sign up.
RADD is a state-wide designated driver rewards program with local business partners.
This is an annual event that occurs every May 6-12 and ends on Florence Nightingale's birthday. See how the local Kaiser is celebrating this week.
We are continuing to make breakfast in bed for Mother's Day, and the finishing this off with some mimosas.
If you're still thinking of what to do for Mother's Day, then we have the perfect solution for you. The best gift is making something from the heart and we make breakfast in bed with Hillori Hansen. She shows us how to make a heart shaped egg in a hole breakfast and a yogurt parfait.
Watch and see all the events that Arte Americas is celebrating this weekend.
As gas prices go up, many people are switching to electric cars. At Fresno State, they're doing their best to accommodate those that are going green by installing electric vehicle charging station, and it's a project that even students are helping with.
The market is on the rise in Fresno County and the surrounding areas, and more people are seeing the opportunity to buy land for development. Fae Kokke joins us to explain more about this trend and to see what's on the market.
J & M Discount Party Express offers 10% off every Monday for Teacher Appreciation Day for all educators. The whole store is $3 and under and offers 200 types of balloons.
Daily Grill on N Palm Ave. in Fresno is offering a special Mother's Day Brunch to celebrate the Mom, Aunt, and/or Grandma in your life. We go inside the beautiful restaurant and learn about their fabulous happy hour, private room, and famous dishes not to be missed!
Almonds have been under harsh scrutiny due to the drought we are experiencing here in the Central Valley, but many farmers are doing all they can to conserve water. Today, Panoche Creek Packing is one of the largest almond handlers in the industry and is also doing their part saving water. This is why the city of Kerman is holding an almond festival. Find out how you can join in the fun this weekend.
With summer comes hot temperatures and lots of outdoor parties. If you want to dress like a superstar, but don't know where to start, then we have the perfect stylist for you. Pum Bum is a boutique that not only offers the latest fashions, but they also offer personal styling.
Close to 300 people and students in Porterville will get the opportunity to meet Miss America. She is the keynote speaker for an event that focuses on bullying, suicide prevention, gang awareness, and drug and alcohol prevention. One of the other topics to be addressed at the workshop will be about healthy relationships and teen dating violence, which is something Miss America is very passionate about. It's all part of the 3rd annual Central California Youth Summit.
The Fruit and Veggie Fest hosted by the CA Champions for Change teaches healthy eating and physical activity to community members.