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An electronic recycling event is happening tomorrow in Fresno. Electronic Recyclers International is taking your unwanted e-waste for free on Saturday.
'Cookie' the opossum from Fresno's Chaffee Zoo
The Mosquito Abatement Department is stepping up their efforts to ward off mosquitoes that cause the West Nile Virus.
The low-risk patient was tested out of caution.
Officers met with homeowners to discuss a recent outbreak of violence in an east central Fresno neighborhood.
Gregory Hein is still recovering from a compound fracture after a boulder fell on his leg and left him stranded in the Kings National Park.
Firefighters continued to make good progress.
A new plan is being put together for the October Central Valley Honor Flight.
It's the 2nd time around for President Joseph Castro who took over at Fresno State last summer.
When it comes to drugs and alcohol Fresno State health educators want students to make safe and responsible choices.
When wildfires burn out of control, they sometimes threaten to get too close to some of our natural treasures in national parks. The giant sequoias are some of the largest living things on earth. Throughout the year, fire crews take preventive measures to protect them. There's a fine line between fire's destructive nature and its benefits to giant sequoias. While it may sound counter-intuitive, the giant sequoias actually need fire to reproduce and survive. But they need the right conditions, and that's where firefighters' efforts come into play.
Madera County Deputies were running frantic Monday afternoon to evacuate people as Junction Fire raged towards their homes.
The Centers for Disease Control has designed a website that provides a handy printable list of vaccines each child should have.
The campaign has taken the valley and world by storm, but what is ALS?
The body has been identified as missing hiker Gregory Muck.
We take a closer look at the valuable firefighting tool used to help save homes during the Junction Fire in Oakhurst.
For the second night in a row Fresno Police are investigating a shooting that left two people wounded.
A man who may have been exposed to the ebola virus is now in quarantine at a hospital in Sacramento.
Searchers discovered a body on Wednesday afternoon.
Evacuations have lifted for hundreds displaced by the Junction Fire allowing life in Oakhurst to semi normal.
As residents were allowed back in the downtown area Supernaw's wanted to do something special for the community. Eggs, potatoes, tortillas were delivered by residents and volunteers to Supernaw's BBQ on Highway 41. Free breakfast burritos were prepared for the Oakhurst residents recovering from the Junction Fire.
The search for a missing Bay Area man in Kings Canyon National Park has been called off after crews located a body.
Fire official explains how firefighters are battling the blaze.
Fresno Police are searching for the suspects that drove up to a home and shot two men then fled in a white sedan.
As crews continue to contain the Junction Fire in Oakhurst evacuation orders are lifted and residents are getting their first look at the destruction left behind.
Hundreds of residents are back in their homes in Oakhurst. And fire fighters from around the state continue to work to put out flames from the Junction Fire. It's charred more than 600 acres and damaged or destroyed nine homes and businesses.
Sook, took the challenge in Dallas Texas at the 2014 management meeting.
The latest on the effort to control the blaze.
The Junction Fire is now 30 percent contained, and it's been reduced to 612 acres due to more accurate mapping, according to CalFire.
The incident began Tuesday morning, when deputies attempted to pull over a brown colored Chevy Tahoe.
The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in tracking down the thieves.
Veterinarian Cheryl Waterhouse discusses dangerous correlation between cats and pregnancy.
Firefighters are battling a massive wildfire in Kern County.
A local emergency has been declared for the community of Oakhurst. A massive wildfire is threatening hundreds of homes. Eight structures have been damaged. More than 12-hundred acres have burned.
The first day of school was a new beginning for Southwest Fresno. The new Gaston Middle School welcomes more than 800 students.
More than 73,000 Fresno Unified students returned to school Monday. It's a reminder for parents to talk with their children about how to stay safe traveling to and from school and for drivers to remember to slow down around school zones.
Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro delivered the State of the Fresno State address Monday morning marking the beginning of his second year at the university. He announced several new programs including an electronic tablet program and plans to make sure no student goes hungry.
Brush fire off Road 425A, near the Hwy 41 and Hwy 49 junction in Oakhurst
Dogs and cats up for adoption at Central California SPCA in Fresno.
Dr. Michele Cantwell-Copher with the Fresno County Office of Education was on Sunrise with some back to school tips for parents.
Gaston Middle School opens in SW Fresno
Three days of Greek dancing, music and food take place this weekend at the 54th Annual Fresno Greek Fest.
Help for Veterans in the Yosemite Lakes Park area.
Fresno State students started moving into their dorm rooms.
Kitchen fire in Fresno spreads to attic.
Parents sending students back to school may be surprised by the increased cost of after school activities.
A boy scout troop from Hanford came to the aid of a couple near the summit of Mount Whitney suffering from altitude sickness.
In the Central Valley, many people don't know where their next meal will come from. A group of Fresno State students saw the need in the community and decided to do something about it by forming a chapter of the Food Recovery Network.