Thursday saw four shootings in a three hour time span. Three people were injured, including a 3-year old boy.
It looks like there is a silver lining for a South Valley couple trapped in a medical nightmare in Mexico. This after a tragic zip lining accident.
Two experts on immigration weigh in on the report.
After 45 miles and 3 days of walking, they reached Fresno, Thursday.
After eight years apart, 19-year-old Salvadoran teen Manuel and his father Santos have a chance to reunite in Fresno.
Kaiser Hospital offers a free six week program for kids whose parents have cancer.
A 19-year-old Salvadoran teen prepares to leave his home for a new life in the Central Valley.
At the 4th Annual Fresno Food Expo Thursday, hundreds of growers, producers, and buyers came together under one roof. Local companies showcased their products to potential buyers.
Amid violence and desperation, a Salvadoran teen faces one of the hardest choices of his life.
P*DE*Q Owner Flavia Takahashi-Flores, of Fresno, debuted her new gluten-free line on Sunrise with Carina Corral.
Crews were forced to shut down roads and evacuate people from their homes in Dinuba after a construction worker struck a main gas line.
A group of pro-immigration protesters continue their march from the Central Valley to the U.S. Mexico border.
Just a week after former Visalia Police Officer, Erica Martinez was sentenced for a previous DUI she was arrested again for the same offence.
47-year old Bryan King of Coarsegold, jailed on weapons and narcotic charges, is back behind bars – roughly 3 ½ hours after he escaped from the Madera County Department of Corrections earlier tonight.
Dozens of homes, an apartment complex and some businesses have been evacuated after a gas main rupture in Dinuba.
Crews began work at the intersection of 145 and the railroad tracks near the river.
Learn more about these locally grown and made rice chips and puffs that will be featured at Thursday's Fresno Food Expo.
We have tips to keep your garden thriving as the city of Fresno reduces outdoor watering from three days to two.
As thousands of children continue their desperate trek into the United States, dozens of mothers and children are marching in the opposite direction... from the Central part of the state to the US-Mexico border.
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.
Water restrictions are tightening up in Fresno. On August 1st, watering days will be reduced to 2 a week and the sprinklers can't run between 6 in the morning and 7 at night on those days. The city will also step up efforts to look for water wasters.
A local group is rallying behind a Florida marine imprisoned south of the border.
Officer Roland Rendon has been with the Fresno Police Department for 13 years. Saving the life of a choking baby was a first for him. When he heard the emergency call over his radio, Rendon was right around the corner and took immediate action. He describes what happens next.
The Fresno Fire Department is one of the oldest departments in the Country. Some of their first firefighters helped develop tools and methods that have been picked up by other departments and are still used today.
It's the 45th anniversary of the first moon walk and some Central Valley students got a chance to study moon rocks up-close.
Firefighters found a warehouse fully engulfed in flames. It was completely destroyed causing $1 Million worth of damage.
Restrictions have been placed on full-contact practices in order to reduce concussions and other head injuries for young athletes.
We know about Monster Jam in Fresno, but this is a story about a monster truck offering monster rides, for kids!
Eight people are injured after a vehicle crashed into the AAA office at Shaw and Forkner in Northwest Fresno Monday around 12:30 p.m.
River Park is removing the Raywood Ash trees that shade parking lots of Target and other stores at their MarketPlace shopping center.
Fire investigators are chasing down new leads after a string of possible arson fires in Fresno on Sunday.
Olly Ajluni's family is taking childhood cancer research a hair further. His mother, grandmother and brother shaved their heads for awareness.
Dozens of valley businesses will show off their tremendous food products at the Fresno Food Expo later this week. Vendor Enzo Olive Oil was on Sunrise sharing its Zucchini Cake with Lemon Crusted Glaze with viewers.
Fresno Man is very lucky after finding a pipe bomb .
Fresno Police Officer saves choking child.
Teen drug center opens in the Tower District.
The 19th annual Peach Party in Clovis.
Assemblyman John Perez calling off State Controllers recount .
The Madera Co. Sheriff's Office has joined Facebook, YouTube and Twitter to help speed up its communication with the public.
James Heuer died in a farming accident, while working on a trailer in the field at the College of Sequoias.
An offer to adopt a pet for free may be hard to resist.
Help is on the way for dozens of rural communities, drying up across the state.
A Madera man gets a second chance at life, defying the odds after having a major heart attack. Doctors say the patient's heart had stopped for ten minutes without receiving CPR. Although his chances of surviving were slim, innovative technology at Fresno's Community Regional Medical Center is allowing this patient's heart to keep beating.
Kristina Skitsak is visiting family in Ukraine right now. The Fresno woman says the entire country is mourning the loss of nearly 300 people in the Malaysian Jet Disaster.
Both subjects have been booked in Tulare County on charges of child abuse.
A volunteer military band is kicking off a fundraising effort this Sunday in Clovis to raise funds to perform in Washington, D.C. next Memorial Day.
One young man's journey to become a qualified law enforcement helicopter pilot.
A community in Oakhurst is being warned that their drinking water has been contaminated.