There are plenty of festive activities to do during this second-to-last weekend before Christmas. Here's a handful of suggestions in this week's High Five!
The state wants shoppers to pay taxes on anything purchased online, if sales tax wasn't charged by the retailer.
Even when temperatures warm up, the damage has already been done to some Fresno County crops.
Man who called police speaks out
Will Champlin and Tessanne Chin, two of the three finalists on the show, talk about their preparations leading up to the two night finale next Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday evening, a citizen found 32-year old Ryan Rodriquez near Kerman. He had been missing the last five days.
Fresno's Mayor answered questions at the first of two open houses in Fresno.
Citrus packing houses are on hold due to the freeze. Packers are being asked to wait 48 hours before shipping freshly harvested fruit. The hold will give inspectors time to search for frost damaged fruit and keep it off the market.
Time Magazine names Pope Francis Person of the Year
Firefighters rescued three people who were trapped in an upstairs apartment just as they were about to jump to escape the fire.
Dr. Cheryl Waterhouse returns to answer your pet health questions and gives us some tips on what holiday items to keep your pets away from.
Pope Francis has been named Time Magazine's Person of the Year. Colin Dougherty, of the Fresno Diocese, was on Midday to talk about the pontiff's newest title.
A Fresno tattoo artist let his friends and clients ink him if they donated to Toys for Tots.
Tuesday, supervisors voted unanimously to enact a zero tolerance policy. The ban includes both indoor and outdoor gardens.
Central California investors have found more freeze damage after day two of cutting and analyzing samples of citrus.
The family of Ryan Rodriquez, who's been missing since Friday, is offering a $20,000 reward for information that will lead to the return of their loved one.
The good people over at the Toys for Tots campaign are pulling out all the stops to collect toys for kids in need, but they're falling short of their goal and need the valley's help.
Central Valley citrus growers are enduring a 6th straight night of frigid temperatures.
Inspectors say plenty of good fruit is left, but a lot has been lost.
Fresno State's Senior Associate Athletic Director on the Vegas Bowl and the 'historic' match-up with USC