Hate, anger, lies…is a social network connecting us, or driving us further apart? Negative posts and misinformation poisoning your feed. Eyewitness News’ Joey Horta investigates the social media overload.
February 27, 2017
Are you one of the millions who struggle to sleep at night? Do you lie in bed worrying about the next day and think about everything you need to do – instead of thinking about sleeping? Blame it on stressful work lives, social media, and technology – but Americans are simply not getting enough sleep at night – with 40 percent of people feeling drowsing during the day. KSEE24’s Stefanie Bainum took a look at what might be causing your inability to get a good night’s sleep.
By STEFANIE BAINUM
February 24, 2017
Hollywood‘s most wanted styles with central valley origins. CBS47‘s Lindsey Pena is given an exclusive look inside the local workshops of a few of the fashion industry‘s rising stars, and how they turned passion into brands in high demand.
By LINDSEY PENA
February 23, 2017
After a winter season that's already brought record rainfall and a swift change from the past six years of drought, you might assume farmers in the Valley are overjoyed. But the business of knowing what to plant – when to plant it – and how to prepare for future growing seasons is never easy – even during the rainiest of years. KSEE24's John Shrable takes an in-depth look at how the state's climate trends both past and present impact the agriculture industry in our backyard.
By JOHN SHRABLE
February 21, 2017
How high is too high to drive? An exclusive new device tests if drivers have smoked too much pot. Eyewitness News‘ Angela Greenwood investigates the new device and talks with Fresno and Clovis Police Departments.
By ANGELA GREENWOOD
February 20, 2017
A powerful new exhibit at the Fresno Art Museum celebrates the Civil Rights Act - and it was done by high school students. KSEE24‘s Jessica Porter explores the work done by McClane High School Art Venture Academy as they hope to make another move to Washington D.C.
By JESSICA PORTER
February 17, 2017
How do you get picked for jury duty? Do some of us get summoned more than others? Eyewitness News’ Alex Backus got answers and has the story of a Fresno man whose jury service on a notorious murder case inspired him to practice law.
By ALEX BACKUS
February 16, 2017
The first and only female Laotian filmmaker grew up in Merced and is gaining international attention. KSEE24’s Joe Moeller interviews Mattie Do and explores her journey into filmmaking.
By JOE MOELLER
February 14, 2017
During the month of February, Eyewitness News is taking some time to explore untold stories from the African-American community in a series called “Hidden Histories.” The story of one man’s struggle to get a good education for his children caught the attention of Eyewitness News’ Anthony Bailey.
By ANTHONY BAILEY
February 13, 2017
San Joaquin Memorial High School offers a unique opportunity for international students from China, Mexico, Thailand, Korea, Vietnam, Poland and more. KSEE24‘s Connie Tran explores the program -- which is the first of its kind in the Central Valley, and how it benefits both the student and our schools.
By CONNIE TRAN
February 10, 2017
Eyewitness News' Patrick Nelson goes behind the scenes to find out what the Fresno Sheriff's Department is doing after an gun accident claimed the life of one of their sergeants last year and another gun accident wounded a deputy a few days later.
By PATRICK NELSON
February 9, 2017
They are the businesses that reflect Fresno‘s history, and a hundred years later are still going strong. KSEE24‘s Stefani Booroojian explores the secrets to these local success stories and the owners who run them.
By STEFANI BOOROOJIAN
February 7, 2017
Police departments are coming under increasing pressure to have officers wear body cameras as a way to build trust with the communities they serve. Eyewitness News spoke with the Fresno and Clovis police departments about how they‘re balancing these demands with limited budgets.
By KATHRYN HERR
February 6, 2017
Fresno and Clovis students at The Center for Advanced Research and Technology (CART) were selected to test a new Microsoft VR headset. KSEE24‘s Megan Rupe explores how they were selected, how it works, and how these students are at the forefront of a revolution in gaming.
By MEGAN RUPE
February 3, 2017
What is the daily life like for arson investigators? How is evidence collected? We shadow the lead arson investigators in Fresno.
By KEN MALLOY
February 2, 2017
KSEE24's Evan Onstot spends a day with three Central Valley legislators for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at their daily lives
By EVAN ONSTOT