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Drought info and studies
Easter Pet Safety
Fresno State Pistachio Day
Chicken Hugger links
Wines being sued for unsafe arsenic levels
Women on 20s
See who made the list.
Fresno and Madera counties issue a statement.
Safe Place Locations
How to get free ride this week.
For unclaimed tax refunds
California Transplant Donor Network
Classes being offered
The city of Fresno will be holding a series of public forums.
Don't forget to vote for Lindsey Pena, Stefani Booroojian and Andrew Marden.
Fresno State University Bulldoggers Rodeo
Central California Blood Center
Granville Home of Hope
Donations For Storyland & Playland
We celebrate diversity throughout the year in the valley, but some valley students are embracing their culture daily. Two Fresno area schools offer courses in Armenian language, culture, and history. Students young and old are taking part.
Measles Information Line
Go to this website for information.
How to be a Correctional Officer
More information on the parks.
Get tickets here.
Information on how you can help Felix's family.
There's a huge effort underway in the little town of London.
Don't buy a rabbit or baby chicken for your kids unless you're ready for a big commitment. Our pet expert gives us some alternatives.
Many people enjoy living in the foothills and rural areas, but because of the threat of wildfires, they have a responsibility to provide defensible space around their homes.
So much has been said about our water shortage and the need to save water, here in Fresno residents are being asked to reduce water usage by 20%. A great way to start is by fixing leaks around the house. It's national "Fix a Leak Week". Joining us is Fresno's Water Conservation supervisor Nora Laikam.
Tomorrow is Family Reading Night at the West Fresno Family Resource Center. Joining us is Yolanda Randles, the Center's Executive Director and she has someone familiar to our viewers, Danay Ferguson of Reading Heart.
Fresno is about to host its very own comic convention. Fres-Con starts this Saturday, at the school's north gym. Joining me now to talk about Fres-Con is Spencer Smith with Fresno State's Pick Your Potion Club. Spencer, thanks for joining us.
From ISIS, to Iran, to Homeland Security, to trying to secure more water for the Central Valley, it's been a busy year already for the world. At the center of some of these issues is a congressman from the Central Valley. Joining us tonight is congressman Devin Nunes.
Many people are eager to get their tax returns in and hopefully some money back, but is your tax preparer legal? Joining us is Marybeth Lamunyon-Jones with the California Tax Education Council.
There is more fallout today on the University of Oklahoma campus two fraternity members are expelled after a video showed a group of SAE members chanting racial slurs, referring to lynchings and now another video with racial slurs has surfaced.. and this time showing the fraternity's house mother using slurs. she's now out of a job. Joining us is Doug Richert, SAE alumn and advisor to the Fresno chapter.
This is helmet camera video of the morning fire that lead to an interesting discovery. Firefighters found up to 100 marijuana plants and several exposed electrical wires in a back room. Go here for the full story: http://www.yourcentralvalley.com/…/1…/lVnHqOi5F0KgrX6f71rYZg
In community matters, Fresno State has many sports teams, but did you know the university has a rodeo team? Joining us are members of the Fresno State Bulldoggers rodeo team: McKenzie Hale and Gianna Tosso.
Details about this year's winners.
With rising water rates, people are looking for ways to save water and money. Joining us today is Nora Larkin with the City of Fresno to talk about some free services to help.
Our guest, Cyndi Dean, talks about National School Breakfast Week in Fresno.
Tomorrow the Fresno City Council is scheduled to vote on a $400 million water plan that the city says will do everything from replacing aging water pipes - to securing long term access to much needed water, but some are against the plan.
Millions of women and men suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives. It is National Eating Disorder Awareness week. Joining us is Steve Schaefer, founder of Eating Disorder Center of Fresno.
A pastor in the Washington DC area, stricken with a life threatening lung infection, was saved thanks to the care of doctors, a complex medical device and a large dose of faith from his family and friends.
A Fresno eight-year-old is sharing her love of reading with sick and needy children. Danay Ferguson started Reading Heart, a book donation program.
This Wednesday, more than 500 parenting teens will take part in the 29th annual Central Valley Teen Parent Conference. Organizers say the events will help these teens plan for their future, and promote their child's health and well being.
Joining us tonight is City Councilmember Steve Brandau.
Joining us tonight is Fresno City Councilman Steve Brandau to talk about the water rate hike.
Two unidentified suspects were seen on video surveillance committing a grand theft at the Wal-Mart located at 5125 E. Kings Canyon.
Bishop Ochoa begins Lent Season with Ash Wednesday at Fresno State
Parents across the valley are getting ready to enroll their kids in kindergarten. One of the big issues this year is getting vaccinations up to date, especially the measles vaccine.
Keep those metallic balloons away from power lines.
Fresno's mayor joins us to discuss Evan Onstot's series, "A Tale of Two Cities."
Don't miss the Highway 99 Derby face-off!
Web exclusive! An extended clip of Evan Onstot's interview with Fresno State professor Dr. Matthew Jendian, about what he calls Fresno's "Tale of Two Cities."
Janessa's mother, Stacey Gonzales, speaks to CBS47.
Diana Gomez tells us what to expect tomorrow.
Rokerthon is officially underway!
Fresno Police are searching for the men who burglarized a store in River Park.
The burglaries have been happening in the early morning hours by the two suspects in surveillance video.
Police hope you can help find the people behind it.
The suspect gained entry into the business by ramming a stolen car into the front door.
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.