"When it happened I was at school. And my mom told me and it made me want to cry a little," Alex Cash said. A package for the little boy was stolen from the front porch of his home. The brazen theft caught by the family's security cameras.
A group is leading the recall effort against three school board members after they voted to let go of former Superintendent Andy Alvarado last month.
After 4 months of falling prices, gas is getting a lot more expensive. Many are blaming production problems at refineries. There was an explosion at one in California and another one closed down for routine maintenance. At a gas station in Hanford on Tuesday, a regular gallon of gas was $3.45, up 36 cents from a week ago.
Fresno County Sheriffs busted a second cockfighting operation in the last three weeks. This time it happened at a golf course.
Playland opened its doors back in 1955, and Storyland in 1962. The two joined forces in 1994, but the last three years have been difficult for the theme park.
Way to go Fresno Community!!! "Drive Out Hunger" Food drive: Community Food Bank received a $5,000 check and over 2,000 pounds of food from Fresno, check presented by Fresno Clovis New Car Dealers Association. Local dealers collected food over the span of three weeks.
Meet our Educator of the Week, Christine Hallett of Ranchos Middle and Liberty High School in Madera, with Principal Rock.
Construction crews shut down parts of the street at Broadway and Mono avenues Monday. They're working to relocate a storm drain, all in preparation for the California High-Speed Rail.
A suspected thief is behind bars, accused of breaking into an auto shop and trying to sell stolen goods on facebook. Deputies say Brock Kincaid stole tools, stereo systems and vehicle programmers from LK Unlimited in Lemoore on Thursday. They say he unknowingly contacted a shop employee on Facebook and set up a meeting to sell. The employee agreed, took the sheriff's department with him and deputies made the arrest.
Two people are under arrest for the murder of a 16-year-old boy in Merced. Benito Aguirre was found shot to death on the campus of Tenaya Middle School near 7th and N Street on February 15th. A 17-year-old is behind bars along with his 20-year-old alleged accomplice. The motive behind the senseless killing - jealousy over a girl.
Police are investigating what caused a driver to strike a 20-year-old bicyclist, critically injuring him, then slam into a northwest Fresno home. Police say the driver may have had a seizure.
In Education Matters, Juanita Stevenson reports on a local school bringing back homecoming.
A lecture by a controversial pastor was held Monday at Fresno State. The university invited Reverend Jeremiah Wright Jr. to speak as part of a series on Black Popular Culture.
The recent storms have allowed the state water project to give some of its customers extra water.
In South Valley news, a Bakersfield pilot is taking to the skies despite not having arms.
The Merced Police force says they're frustrated with the lack of resources within the police department. An officer involved shooting over the weekend is making matters worse.
A former Fresno Police officer accused of stealing a vehicle was back in court this morning for arraignment.
Sanger's Fairmont Elementary is no stranger to STEM. After recently winning a $10,000 grant, the school says, it can now give all students science, technology, engineering and math opportunities.
A parolee is under arrest for driving under the influence and running into a Fresno Police car.
A second officer involved shooting over the weekend as a suspect was shot by an officer in Chowchilla after a chase.
New information this morning on an officer involved shooting in Merced that left a police officer and a suspect wounded.
Meet Educator of the Week Mrs. Christine Hallett of Liberty High School and Ranchos Middle School.
Nonprofit Eco Village Project of Fresno revealed its prototype eco shelter Sunday. Organizers say the space, made possible through donations, is built with recycled materials and made with sustainability in mind.
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.