The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus is celebrating 20 years with their elephant conservation center in Florida.
Controversy over an advertisement about parks in Fresno. A group called Building Healthy Communities contends there is more park space in wealthy areas of Fresno than there is in low income areas. They say parks impact the health of people who live in those neighborhoods.
More people are driving more gas efficient vehicles. And some are even using electric cars. But as drivers buy less gasoline the state gas tax revenues that pay for roads have been falling for a decade. State officials have begun to seriously study a plan to replace California's gas tax with a fee for each mile motorists drive.
Fresno police are investigating a shooting at the Peppertree Apartments in Central Fresno that left a man in critical condition.
A man from Visalia is behind bars in Las Vegas for allegedly murdering his brother-in-law with a hatchet.
John Bolton was the keynote speaker at the Fresno Republican Lincoln-Reagan Dinner. He served as a UN Ambassador in 2005-2006.
Sameera Hussain of Porterville competes in the National Spelling Bee competition
Incredible group of siblings beating the odds.
If you're looking for an unusual way to get a sweat going this weekend, try the Mud and Blood Zombie Run at Hobbs Grove.
State Lawmakers want a new Tax to pay for roads.
After thieves stole from a new garden twice in 48-hours at Woodward Park, Comcast has stepped in to help. The plants the thieves stole are worth about $1,000. They're part of a new drought-friendly xeriscape demonstration garden.
The drought continues to impact the central valley.
Students at Dry Creek Elementary in Clovis wanted to raise money for injured Fresno Fire Captain Pete Dern. They started last week, and their goal was $3,000. In one week, they've already raised more than twice that much.
A student got the surprise of a lifetime at school today, he was presented with a special wheelchair that will allow him to join a national basketball team made up of other wheelchair athletes, giving him the chance to compete in a tournament in Chicago.
Sanger will be filled with zombies trying to keep you from crossing the finish line this weekend.
When the weather heats up, people rely on their air conditioning units to keep cool, but this time of year a/c technicians say many air conditioners break down. You can avoid being stuck in a hot house by doing routine maintenance.
The inclusion of arts into the curriculum has been shown to improve student's test scores and engagement. The Fresno County Office of Education has several programs aimed at getting kids involved in the arts, here to tell us more is Aaron Bryan.
For thirty-nine years the 'Epu Children's Center' has been educating and serving families of Fresno County. "The granville home of hope funds couldn't come at a better time," said Kathleen Price/Development Director of EPU. Brighter futures... are being created at the EPU Children's Center of Fresno. Development director kathleen price gives us a tour and shares the different services provided for families; from parenting classes, therapy and special needs services. There six community educational programs, which are under-funded, and close to 60 families are on a waiting-list. The non-profit center serves 800 to 1000 children and family members each week- with different backgrounds and experiences. The EPU team sees families come from generational cycles of abuse and neglect. "Through education and support we're teaching these families and these parents how to break those cycles," said Price. Executive Director Ellen Knapp sees a miracle happening with families every day. "It has been amazing, i've seen a little boy who was never suppose to walk... run down the hallways," said Knapp. Knapp adds, " I have look at home of hope and our tag hope starts here and i think what a great fit what a great partner we have because they're looking for hope in the community and we have hope here for our families." EPU staff says being a partner gives them a level of visibility in the community that is crucial to the work they do. Knapp says, funds like this come to us, they're truly a dream."
Dr. Todd Conlan answers viewer questions about their pets
Young Entrepreneurs Academy for Valley students interested in running their own business
One person has been killed after being struck by a vehicle just east of the Kings County city of Lemoore.
Just weeks before graduation, two seniors at Minarets Charter High School have been suspended. They're accused of tampering with grades. Their own grades and those of their friends.
University President asks for comments and suggestions in an open meeting on the Fresno State campus.
A Visalia man and his sister from Idaho are behind bars after investigators say they orchestrated a gruesome Las Vegas hatchet attack that left the woman's husband dead with his head nearly severed while they were on a family trip on Memorial Day.
Drought Resistant Plants Targeted
The IRS says thieves stole the information of more than 100,000 tax payers. They say these criminals had prior access to taxpayers' personal information, including social security numbers. Thieves used that to access the "Get Transcript" system on the IRS website and gain access to tax accounts.
Porterville 6th grader a finalist in nationally-known spelling bee.
The idea of turning sewage into drinking water has been around for years, and one day, that idea may become a reality for many Californians.
2nd Dam Train Billboard goes up
Man covers himself in bees to break world record
PacSun stores pull shirt after patrons complain about design.
Monday morning at sunrise on Memorial Day, veterans, the community and families of service men and women gathered at Woodward Park to honor soldiers who died in service. The service started at 5:45 a.m. and lasted for 20 minutes. More than 50 people attended, coffee and donuts were served. It was an emotional morning. It was the 29th Annual Sunrise Memorial Day Service held at the Lakeview Shelter (just inside the Audubon Avenue gate). It was open to the public and park fees were waived. The ceremony was hosted by Chapter 933 of the Vietnam Veterans of America to honor the men and women who gave their "last full measure of devotion" to keep us free.
Jim Perez shows us how to pick the right club for your golf game.
Sierra Shadowcasters hosting a benefit ride for Fire Captain Pete Dern
June 6 motorcycle poker run will benefit injured Fresno Fire Cpt. Pete Dern
Madera Police are looking for the suspects involved in a shooting Monday night.
Dry conditions from the drought prompted a fast response from fire fighters to attack a wildfire near Millerton and Auberry Roads. The blaze burned ten acres. And at one point threatened homes. Fire crews attacked the wildfire on from the air with tankers and helicopters.
A few days after being rescued from what police can an abusive owner, a dog named Ginger is recovering now in the care of the Central California SPCA. They say several people reached out wanting to adopt Ginger.
Latest On Condition After Millerton Lake Incident