Former Fresno State hoops star Chris Herren was among the speakers at a memorial for Coach Tark in Las Vegas on Sunday.
The Merced Police Department released new information on Sunday on an officer involved shooting from the day before in Merced that left one police officer and a suspect wounded.
Man recovering after he was robbed and then run over as he tried to stop the thief.
Family of 23-year-old Emily Krieghoff, who was critically injured in what police are calling a fatal DUI accident last weekend, thanked all who helped save her life. Their message comes as family and friends of the two other victims, Molly Griffin and Oscar Felix, remembered their loved ones.
Kings county is getting national attention. There are plans calling for the construction of a "hyper loop" transportation system. It would be part of a new self-sustained, solar powered community called, Quay Valley. The county is reviewing an application and preliminary plans for the new town.
Fresno State held a public memorial for the late Coach Jerry Tarkanian at the Save Mart Center on Saturday, before the Bulldogs' game against New Mexico.
The Merced Police Department said an officer was shot in the hand and the vest early Saturday morning at the 2100 block of H Street in Merced.
A Fresno man, who had end stage liver disease, was the recipient of a liver transplant. Each day, 18 people die in the U.S. waiting for an organ donation. He hopes others will be inspired to make the same life-saving choice.
Parlier Police along with the help of several agencies conducted a gang sweep Friday in response to the shooting of a 16-year-old girl two weeks ago.
Several women are in custody, accused of solicitation for prostitution. It's part of an investigation by the Merced Police Department.
Some may remember this appearance in 2005 when Leonard Nimoy visited Downtown Fresno. He read poetry as a guest of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra..
With rising water rates, people are looking for ways to save water and money. Joining us today is Nora Larkin with the City of Fresno to talk about some free services to help.
Fresno County Sheriff's office officials say you should be wary of people selling tangelos along the road.
Three local women were honored today, for their positive impact on the community.
Those who knew him say on camera, Mr. Spock was a quiet, emotionless character, but off camera, Leonard Nimoy was so much more.
Our guest, Cyndi Dean, talks about National School Breakfast Week in Fresno.
Many farmers and agricultural leaders in the Central Valley received disappointing news on Friday. For the second year in a row, growers will receive no water for their crops.
The family of the man killed in an alleged DUI accident last weekend is raising money to bury him and local businesses along with those who know the alleged drunk driver will be helping out.
A pickup truck ends up crashing right into an apartment.
Construction on the state's High Speed Rail line is underway here and now, another transportation project has been given the green light.
The Fresno City Council voted six to one to approve a massive infrastructure plan.
Fresno City residents will by paying more for their water starting March 30th.
The $429 million infrastructure plan is approved with a 6-1 vote.
Community members in a southeast Fresno neighborhood say they're fed up with gang violence. Josefina Alvarez, 51, was shot and killed in January when someone outside shot at her home. Police say the suspects are gang members who had been intimidating the family and neighbors.
Several South Valley residents were left without power after two vehicles collided near Stratford Thursday.
On Thursday, on what would've been Ed Ray's 94th birthday, a Chowchilla park became a memorial, one that will keep the memories of his heroic actions alive, just like he kept those 26 children.
The Bulldogs will also add women's water polo over the next few years.
Nearly a dozen Fresno police officers are at the center of a lawsuit, accused of unlawfully seizing thousands of dollars from two Fresno business men. One of the former officers recently admitted taking part in other shady business.
Three people have been arrested in connection to a fight inside Fresno's Fashion Fair Mall.
Civics lesson for two brothers from Hanford could have a tremendous impact on California's water woes.
A park in Chowchilla will be renamed after former bus driver and local hero Edward Ray.
A suspect in the murder of 9-year-old Janessa Ramirez surrenders to police. And then is released. This is the second person who has been named a suspect in the case but not charged. Janessa was shot and killed on January 18th in northwest Fresno.
The tension comes just a day before the Fresno City Council will vote on whether or not to approve the $429 million dollar water infrastructure plan.
Hanford has cleaned up it's unpleasant tap water and the sulfurous smell it's known for, might be gone for good. The city started treating the water with chlorine last year to remove debris from the lines and get rid of coliform bacteria. The chlorine also ended up fighting the bad odor coming from the tap, which happens to be caused by hydrogen sulfide in the water.
Tomorrow the Fresno City Council is scheduled to vote on a $400 million water plan that the city says will do everything from replacing aging water pipes - to securing long term access to much needed water, but some are against the plan.
Law enforcement is now looking for 31-year-old Kathryn McCoy. Se's wanted for burglary, identity theft and fraud.
As spring approaches, valley farmers are setting out bee hive" in their orchards, but over the years those hives have been targeted by thieves.
The man accused of killing two people while driving drunk made his first appearance in court Wednesday. Hector Castillo Pichardo was arraigned Wednesday morning and pleaded not guilty to several charges. Meanwhile, the family of the victims are preparing to lay their loved ones to rest.
Millions of women and men suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives. It is National Eating Disorder Awareness week. Joining us is Steve Schaefer, founder of Eating Disorder Center of Fresno.
CBS 47 Eyewitness News anchor Lindsey Pena takes you to the set of the latest in the CSI franchise, CSI: Cyber.
It's coming up this Saturday. There's a men's basketball game that night at seven against New Mexico.
Men soliciting prostitutes become victims of assault and robbery. It's happened twice over the last two days. Police saying these types of assaults are on the rise.
Kindergarten registration begins next month and a lot of parents are making sure their children are up to date with their vaccines but in Fresno County, one percent of students end up enrolling without getting their shots.
Two Hanford students are credited with helping to forward a bill in Sacramento that promotes water conservation.
A Madera woman was arrested this morning after an assault and robbery incident in Southwest Fresno.
Allensworth is a community located 70 miles south of Fresno that was established and run entirely by African Americans.
The verdict is in for the man accused of killing 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle and his friend. Eddie Ray Routh was found guilty of capital murder. A Texas jury of ten women and two men found Routh guilty of murdering Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield.
About 100 community members attended a Selma school board meeting Tuesday. The board is considering spending about $20,000 to hire a firm to search for a new superintendent. Community members worry about the financial strain to the district, since the district is already on the hook for paying their former superintendent $264,000 for terminating his contract early.
Just being a woman puts you at risk for breast cancer, but some women who carry a specific gene are at higher risk. in tonight's Buddy Check report, we meet a local woman who carries the gene and is doing something about it.