Eyewitness News travels to Yosemite to learn about a group of African American soldiers that protected the park.
UCLA's huge water main break got us thinking - how much actually spilled, and could it happen at Fresno State? CBS47's Zara Arboleda tracks down the answers.
Two local families claim a Northern California non-profit group didn't deliver on its promise to provide service dogs for their autistic children. CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
A new credit card scam is hitting people around the country - and here in the Central Valley. CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
Fresno Firefighters rejected a contract that lowers the city's coverage of health insurance premiums from 80% to 75%. CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates rates in other California cities.
California is under court order to ease prison overcrowding. So why is a prison that can hold almost 600 inmates sitting empty in Central California? CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
Identity Theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the country, but local police departments are forced to cut from that department because of smaller budgets. CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
As the General Motors recall expands to 14.4 million cars, CBS47's Zara Arboleda looks at how Used Car Dealers are trying to make sure their cars, trucks and SUVs are safe to sell.
A Fresno family's dishwasher sparked a fire in the middle of a cycle. Turns out, there are hundreds of reported cases nationwide. But why no recall? CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
Another reminder to read the fine print of any contract you sign, after a Fresno woman finds out she may owe $30,000 to a realtor who *didn't* sell her house.
A Clovis consignment store shut down, leaving local moms frustrated. They say the owners owe them money. CBS47's Zara Arboleda investigates.
The number of prescription narcotics written to Central Valley veterans has tripled in recent years. CBS47's Zara Arboleda breaks down the numbers.