A volunteer fire department has fallen victim to a thief. Someone broke into a truck that belongs to the Mountain Valley Volunteer Fire Department in Dunlap. The thief took close to 15-thousand dollars of equipment that's supposed to help the mountain community.
A state report is placing the blame on Fresno County in the PG&E pipeline explosion April 17 at the Fresno County Peace Officers gun range in northwest Fresno. The report says a county worker driving a front loader struck the pipe, causing the explosion. The explosion injured the county worker, two deputies, and eight inmates, one who later died. The attorney for some of the injured inmates says the investigation is far from over.
The first of what experts believe will be a series of explanations for the deadly gas explosion near Herndon and Hwy 99 was released Monday evening. After months of wondering what caused the massive gas explosion at the Fresno Sheriff's Foundation gun range in April, Exponent (a consulting firm for the California Public Utilities Commission) offered a conclusion in a 260 page report.
Atwater police say they shot a suspect after they say he came toward officers with the knife. The shooting happened after a vehicle pursuit that began with a call of a man possibly holding a woman against her will.
Before this week, gunshots in some of Fresno's most crime-ridden areas could go unreported, unnoticed and undetected. Not anymore.
Breaking and entering is a homeowner's worst nightmare. But with smart planning, help from neighbors and even assistance from police, break-ins can be prevented.
25-year-old Damien Pereira is still in his second surgery, this one is expected to take seven hours. CAL FIRE says hospital officials are hopeful he'll recover, but say he faces a tough battle. Here's an inside look at some of the therapy he could face.
A 12 year old Corcoran boy who was injured while tubing on Lake Kaweah and left brain dead, has died. It happened this morning, right before the hospital was scheduled to take him off life support.
For the first time in several years no injuries related to firework use were reported over the weekend and more than a dozen pounds of illegal fireworks were confiscated but people will begin getting fines this week.
Firework stands are all over Fresno and Clovis this July and are a popular way for many organizations to raise money. After a close call this fourth, one Clovis man says he wants all fireworks, even legal ones, banned.
The Clovis Fire Dept went undercover this weekend, looking for people using illegal fireworks. Those caught will be getting citations Monday and Tuesday, when the mail goes out.
Cesca is a Chihuahua mix who is ready to go home ASAP!
Local supporters gathered at Peeve's Public House in Downtown Fresno to cheer on the women, as they took on Japan in the final.
The Fourth of July may be over, but the work continues for the Clovis and Fresno Fire Departments as they compile all the firework-related fires and crimes committed during the holiday weekend.
One of the suspects had sever peoples drivers license, checks and credit cards in his possession.
Investigators say the victim is not cooperating with officers and they are unsure what the suspects motive for the shooting is.
Seven of the cars had punctured tires and two windows at the courthouse were damaged.
Security video shows the suspect driving up to a home in a car he stole from the same residence two days prior.
Three people shot at 4th of July party.
CAL FIRE has identified 25-year-old Damien Pereira as one of three firefighters injured while fighting a small mountain fire Friday. Crews say the father of one is in pain but has family by his side, saying the drought could've contributed to the danger.
As many celebrated the July Fourth holiday, Fresno Firefighters concentrated on making sure people in the community stay safe.
Fireworks are part of the July 4th tradition, and capturing the perfect picture can be tough.
Fireworks lit the sky in Selma at the 26th annual Independence Day celebration. About 3,000 people gathered at the Selma High Stadium.
Tyler Cook and Yvette Mendez of Chowchilla got engaged at the end of June at River Park in Fresno. Tyler popped the question inside the photo booth just outside the movie theater, but the couple walked off without some of their pictures.
For many Yosemite visitors, Glenn Gibbons is the only park ranger they'll encounter. He takes that responsibility seriously.
3 injured, including a Cal Fire firefighter, after a tree fell on them while fighting a fire.
During the 7th Central Valley Honor Flight 65 California War heroes shared countless stories that could captivate any audience, but for one veteran his trip was inspired by love.
One injured in accident on Bass Lake this afternoon
Just one day away from the 4th and many are out buying fireworks and setting them off. however , the Fresno Fire Department warns this year you might want to take extra precautions.
Bass Lake has been hit with two fatal boating accidents this week, and as we go into the very busy Fourth of July holiday weekend, many are hoping to have fun, keeping safety as the first priority.
One of the men who led a takeover attempt at the Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino is out of jail today.
Crews are trying to figure out how a fire started that destroyed a mobile home last night.
The firework show in Clovis has changed locations. Freedom Fest will not happen at the Veterans Memorial Stadium this year, it will be at Clovis High School.
Check out what Famous Dave's offers to cater your July 4th BBQ
Bevmo! stopped by with some beverage ideas for outdoor fun in the heat this Fourth of July
On Sunrise, George notices Carina taking her time with a certain script
A look at some events happening to celebrate the Fourth of July
The Fresno County District Attorney's office filed murder charges against 21-year-old Sebastian Gonzales.
14 year old hit a pontoon boat late Wednesday Night.
On Thursday in Clovis some of our hometown Korean war heroes were recognized for their service. Nearly 100 Korean war veterans from the valley were presented the Korean Ambassador for Peace Medal from Congressman Jim Costa and a certificate of service.
For some Valley residents, the weekend can't come soon enough. Fireworks sales are underway. Those buying fireworks are being urged to use them safely, especially since conditions are so dry. On the streets, police are stepping up their patrols, anticipating a busy weekend.
Whether it's summer or winter, fire or water, California's historic drought is changing the calendar in Yosemite National Park.
Despite the record drought, some local companies are thriving.
Lightning lit up the skies in the Central Valley on Wednesday night, in turn, leaving many people associated with weather and fire very busy.
Considering the region's exceptional drought, recent rains for the valley have been welcomed by most residents seeking an escape from the oppressive summer heat. for some area growers, though, the concerns caused by these late season showers out way the benefits.
Eyewitness News investigates the officer involved shooting that killed a Madera County man. 62 year old Gilbert "Jake" Vanderburgh was killed last Thursday. Now, a woman who says she was inside of the home when Vanderburgh died wants to share what she believed happened.Amanda Sullivan told our investigative reporter not only was she inside of Vanderburgh's home, but she was the reason deputies were there, as one of the suspects in the stolen car that authorities were following. She says she was hiding inside of Vanderburgh's home and says he was an innocent man who didn't deserve to die.
With the holiday weekend almost here, many are starting to make their plans. But if yours includes drinking, you're going to want to make sure you get a sober driver or call a cab. Police warn that if you don't you could be putting yourself or others at risk.
Tex McDonald, one of the tribal members at the center of the fight for control of Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino will walk out of Madera County Jail a free man this Friday.
Family-owned ag company Gar Tootelian has been in business here in the central valley more than 65-years. It started as a fertilizer distributor and now the company is one of four in North America receiving an award for it's ag and community efforts.