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
Back-to back Mountain West Champion Fresno State will take on USC in the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl.
Fans rushed the field at the end of the game Saturday night as the Fresno State football team defeated Utah State 24-17 to win the outright Mountain West Championship.
At the tailgates and in the stadium, fans braved the cold weather to cheer on the Bulldogs at the Mountain West Conference Championship game.
There are still 10,000 tickets up for sale to Saturday's Mountain West Conference Championship game between Utah State and Fresno State.
Despite Fresno State's 10-1 record, 10,000 tickets are still available for the Mountain West Conference Championship at Bulldog Stadium on Saturday.
Zoo keepers make arrangements to keep the animals warm and safe in the cold weather.
California Citrus Mutual says the second night of cold temperatures are expected to cause some damage to citrus crops. They say right now, it's too soon to tell how extensive the damage will be.
Growers across the Central Valley are on high alert. They're using various measures to ensure their fruit makes it through Friday morning.
The winter watering schedule is now in effect for all City of Fresno water customers.
The huge power outage forced the university to cancel classes just before finals.
A day after police released his picture a suspect in two northeast Fresno burglaries has been caught.
Fresno police say an argument between two gang members in downtown Fresno ended with a shooting.
The Deputy Commissioner of the Mountain West Conference Bret Gilliland was on Sunrise Friday morning to talk about preparations for the inaugural championship game, the post-ceremony celebration and the title on the line.
Vacant buildings throughout Fresno are popular hangouts for the homeless.
Damage to crops likely won't be known for weeks
Fast food workers in about 100 cities around the U.S. protested to pressure the federal government to increase minimum wage.
As freezing temperatures move into the Central Valley, citrus growers work to protect their multi-billion dollar crops.