The Fresno County District Attorney's office filed murder charges against 21-year-old Sebastian Gonzales.
14 year old hit a pontoon boat late Wednesday Night.
On Thursday in Clovis some of our hometown Korean war heroes were recognized for their service. Nearly 100 Korean war veterans from the valley were presented the Korean Ambassador for Peace Medal from Congressman Jim Costa and a certificate of service.
For some Valley residents, the weekend can't come soon enough. Fireworks sales are underway. Those buying fireworks are being urged to use them safely, especially since conditions are so dry. On the streets, police are stepping up their patrols, anticipating a busy weekend.
Whether it's summer or winter, fire or water, California's historic drought is changing the calendar in Yosemite National Park.
Despite the record drought, some local companies are thriving.
Lightning lit up the skies in the Central Valley on Wednesday night, in turn, leaving many people associated with weather and fire very busy.
Considering the region's exceptional drought, recent rains for the valley have been welcomed by most residents seeking an escape from the oppressive summer heat. for some area growers, though, the concerns caused by these late season showers out way the benefits.
Eyewitness News investigates the officer involved shooting that killed a Madera County man. 62 year old Gilbert "Jake" Vanderburgh was killed last Thursday. Now, a woman who says she was inside of the home when Vanderburgh died wants to share what she believed happened.Amanda Sullivan told our investigative reporter not only was she inside of Vanderburgh's home, but she was the reason deputies were there, as one of the suspects in the stolen car that authorities were following. She says she was hiding inside of Vanderburgh's home and says he was an innocent man who didn't deserve to die.
With the holiday weekend almost here, many are starting to make their plans. But if yours includes drinking, you're going to want to make sure you get a sober driver or call a cab. Police warn that if you don't you could be putting yourself or others at risk.
Tex McDonald, one of the tribal members at the center of the fight for control of Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino will walk out of Madera County Jail a free man this Friday.
Family-owned ag company Gar Tootelian has been in business here in the central valley more than 65-years. It started as a fertilizer distributor and now the company is one of four in North America receiving an award for it's ag and community efforts.
Not many young people can say they spent their summer working on a movie set, but thanks to a former Fresno Mayor, who also happens to be an actor, a special group of Fresno teens are getting that experience. Juanita Stevenson shows us how movie making is changing their lives.
An investigation is now underway.
Tex McDonald is getting released tomorrow.
Meteorologist Lauren Wallace shares pictures of her travels from Michigan to the Central Valley
Craft expert shows us more easy, do-it-yourself centerpieces for your July 4th party
Craft expert shows us easy, do-it-yourself centerpiece ideas for July 4th parties
Mobile journalist pictures capture the storm as it happened.
"Doug Died" is all it took for this family to get the word out.
Dr. Chris Dobbins from Pet ER explains why the holiday can put pets at risk, and how you can keep them safe.
Crews are battling a house fire on Robertson Blvd off of Avenue 22 1/2 in Chowchilla.
Religious leaders and law enforcement leaders shared one stage in Fresno Wednesday night. They came together to address concerns over the terror group ISIS. A forum was held at the Islamic Cultural Center. The goal was to address the difference between ISIS and Muslims who live in our area.
Madera police are investigating an unusual attack and robbery of a store employee caught on surveillance video. Police say the man in the video threw a soda at the clerk, reached into the cash register, fumbled with the cash, then jumped behind the register to grab more cash.
Wednesday night officers tried to make a traffic stop on Clovis Avenue near Park Circle in Southeast Fresno. The driver of the car police were trying to stop got out and ran, starting an evening of chaos for the surrounding neighborhood.
The first day of July had many seeing some wild weather in the Valley with thunder, lightning and rain, while other areas remained completely dry.
Prescribed burns are better protecting some of Yosemite's most fragile forests.
Multiple cars were set on fire on Wednesday morning in Merced. Now the Merced Fiire Department is on the hunt for more clues on how these arson fires got started and by whom. The fires were spread out amongst three different areas in the city.
The summer heat is causing problems for those with health issues, and experts say the effects of that heat on your body can be very dangerous.
It's National Hot Dog Month, and where else would we go to talk about hot dogs? of course Brown Bear's Hot Dogs in Fresno. In fact, this is the only place in California where you can go to get more than 40 flavors of hot dogs, really... more than 40 toppings. It's known that the 4th of July weekend, hot dogs are the most consumed food. We spoke with Brown Bear's Hot Dogs owners about their gourmet hot dogs and fun facts.
The VA Central California Health Care System is connecting the veteran community by a series of events set for July. These events provide resources for benefits and care for vets and their families.
California could soon be the first state in the country to ban farmers, from using over-the-counter antibiotics in livestock and poultry.
The 4th of July is a time for food, fun, family and fireworks. But for some those small explosives can trigger a big reaction.
Despite the drought, the cities of Fresno and Clovis actually want you to water your yard this Saturday.
Central Valley residents are being asked to reduce electricity use between 2pm and 9pm because high temperatures increase the demand for power and not enough is being generated, especially when it's overcast.
Merced Fire investigators are looking for suspects in a string of early morning arson fires, all happening less than a mile apart in Downtown Merced.
Marty Mazorra takes a closer look at the markets, and how Greece going into default could impact you.
A new law takes effect today that will require businesses to offer paid sick time to all employees, either full or part-time.
Dr. AM Aminian shares advice for allergy and asthma sufferers, to avoid health problems this 4th of July.
Rising heat as Mother Nature turns up the thermostat in Central California. The hottest days of the year so far. It's pushing the power grid to the limit and forcing people to search for ways to stay cool.
Investigators arrested two men who are charged with cooking drugs inside a Fresno apartment. One of the men is being treated for burns after the apartment they were in exploded. Both men will face felony charges.
California now has one of the strictest vaccinations laws in the country. Gov. Brown approved the controversial law. It requires that children be vaccinated before attending public or private school and day care. Those who aren't vaccinated will have to be homeschooled. Only those with serious health issues will be exempt.
$4.8 Million Dollars in Cap and Trade funds may jumpstart the renovation plans for the Hotel Fresno.
On the national park's 125th anniversary, we look into the ways Yosemite is protecting itself for future generations.
Parents no longer have the choice to vaccinate their children. Tuesday morning, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 277.
From forms, to phones, the city of Fresno getting a technology boost Tuesday, rolling out it's latest project, FresGO, the mobile app.
California's controversial vaccine bill is now state law
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