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The Red Cross is accepting donations for people who are suffering because of the Courtney Fire.
Scottish food, music and games will fill the air at Kearney Park.
The local Spherion offices hope to fill several positions.
The film festival attracts thousands of attendees over the five-days.
Information on the proper fit of seats, plus a list of car seat check-up events.
Pictures of people on the 4th Central Valley Honor Flight.
United Parcel Service begins its seasonal hiring in anticipation of a surge in package deliveries for the holidays.
Children's Hospital Maternal Fetal Unit
The latest information on the Courtney Fire.
Find out how you can feed the needy in the Valley.
The fun has begun in Tulare.
Fresno State is introducing their new Game Day App. You can get direct updates and it's free.
Local veterans are part of a special history project.
The simple steps you can take to increase the chance of your home surviving a wildfire.
The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
Over 53,000 people attend the annual.
You can "buy" a light bulb for $20 each and your name will be on the bulb that's on the marquee.
The Community Food Bank is asking for your help.
For the first time since 1997, NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California, will open its gates to the public.
The National Institutes of Health Reports, one in four adults experiences mental illness in any given year. Special programs can make a big difference in patients' lives.
The Marjaree Mason Center, Inc. announced today that they have been awarded funding from The Allstate Foundation to participate in the Purple Purse Challenge.
Kids can participate in a dino dig.
At El Monte Junior High School in Orosi, students are using dry erase markers to do their work. But, they need your help.
Porterville residents are currently without water. Their situation is dire as their wells have dried up
The Blood Center needs donations as we go into the Labor Day weekend.
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Fulton Mall.
The Fresno Grizzlies host their final homestand of the 2014 season.
Check on a local charity.
Central High Head Football Coach Justin Garza is in need of a bone marrow transplant. You can donate blood and register to possibly be his match all week and next month. Garza and Chris Sorensen from the Central California Blood Center visited KSEE24 Sunrise to talk about the effort.
Chief Jerry Dyer helped raise awareness about ALS and is now challenging all of the other chiefs in California to do the same.
Crime Stoppers is hosting the 17th Annual CigarFest.
The Red Cross is here to make sure you are as prepared as you possibly can be for potential disasters and other emergencies.
The Centers for Disease Control has designed a website that provides a handy printable list of vaccines each child should have.
Gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari announced the launch of a $25,000 scholarship contest for California college students.
Air officials issue smoke health caution.
An account has been set up to help the family of Matthew Harkenrider, the 26 year old man killed in a tragic crash on Fresno's Herndon Avenue.
Information if you would like a watering audit.
It will be necessary to temporarily implement Stage 4 water shortage contingency measures in Madera Ranchos (MD-10A) until further notice.
Department supervisors look to hire hundreds of people to fill positions needed for annual event.
Poverello House is a private, nonprofit, nondenominational organization that has been serving the hungry and homeless of our community since 1973.
People are considering a new water bond proposal put forth by Governor Jerry Brown. He wants it to take the place of the 11.1 billion dollar bond which is already set to go on the ballot in November.
Join the fight for a safer neighborhood.
In Fresno, new rules have officially taken effect. Residents are only allowed to water their yards twice a week, instead of three times.
In celebration of National Mutt Day, the CCSPCA is waiving all adoption fees for all mixed breeds, commonly known as mutts, for one day only this Thursday, July 31!
To date, Barbie has explored more than 135 different careers, but this week she debuted a new one – Barbie became a Girl Scout.
Big Fresno Fair concert tickets available online in pre-sale deal.
Police need your help finding the an outstanding attempted bank robbery suspect.
75 World War Two Veterans spent the last few days in our Nation's Capitol seeing the memorial built in their honor.
Watch as Pacific Gas and Electric Company uses helicopters to wash power lines in Fresno County.
A Ventura man was rescued Monday after severely injuring himself the previous afternoon.
Check out more video from the drone used by the Fresno State Athletic Department.
Art venues include galleries, work studios, retail outlets, and public spaces that art patrons can visit
The tiger cubs are now seven months old.
Fresno Police need your help to track down a man who attacked a woman outside a store.
Police need your help identifying the suspect.
Video clips showing smokey skies above North Fire and heavy smoke billowing from the French Fire in the Sierra National Forest.
A woman slammed her SUV right through the front window, knocking desks and office furniture out of the way.
Police say the innocent victim was used as a "human shield"
Agents say the growers could have possibly contaminated the ground water, putting neighboring homes at risk.
A 2-Alarm suspicious fire destroyed "Fantastic Furniture" and two other businesses at Blackstone and Michigan. The fire started around 5 a.m.
Fresno Police need your help to identifying two suspects involved in an attempted armed robbery.
The baby tigers are enjoying the summer at Fresno's Chaffee Zoo.
The Fire Department had their hands full. Several Blazes broke out on Tuesday.
1:00 AM the Fresno Fire Department responded to a working commercial structure at 1201 Fulton Mall.
Die hard shoppers who had lined up at 6 a.m. made their way through the doors.
Crews demolished part of the store that collapsed in Central Fresno.
Investigators are still trying to figure out what made the roof cave in.
Police need your help identifying the suspect.
Extended Interview with more information about the suspect.
This year's Granville Home of Hope has just been finished, the official ribbon cutting took place Wednesday night.
Fire officials sent us this helmet cam footage of firefighters battling the blaze.
Kathryn Weakland from the Poverello House visits KSEE 24 Sunrise to talk about holiday donations.