Four Central Valley shops must shut down their repair centers after being found guilty of false advertising.
The Grizzlies have just started of another season of family fun in Downtown Fresno. The team has a lot to brag about this year.
Is the recent drought a start of a "new normal?"
Merced's Applegate Zoo is celebrating a special birthday.
Lawmakers have proposed new legislation that will regulate massage parlors in the state.
Some high school and junior high students are using their spring break to help the community.
Both local fire departments and crews from Cal Fire collect money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The drought is putting a strain on food pantries in the Valley. The lack of rain has decreased work at packing houses and in the fields. In Tulare County, it's driving more people to seek food assistance and supplies are dwindling. Fortunately, the state is stepping in to help.
Two men involved in the November, 2012 shooting of an off-duty deputy as he cycled along Friant Rd were both sentenced.
A man was taken to the hospital after crashing his car into a building.
Fresno Police need your help to find three suspects accused of stealing an ATM.
The California Highway Patrol said the driver of a pickup was killed when he missed a turn and rolled his vehicle.
A Fresno police K-9 is back on duty after he was punched repeatedly by a suspect. It happened on Second Street and Thomas in southeast Fresno. The suspect had barricaded himself inside a home with a small child.
State safety inspectors say Butler Amusements is facing over $100,000 in fines.
Students held candles, and watched a black and white documentary about a mother's survival story.
CHP officers safely hoisted an injured man off a ledge inside Yosemite National Park.
The study shows those who eat seven servings of fruits and vegetables a day live longer.
There are many reasons to celebrate Earth Day here in the Cenral Valley.