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It all started as a way to help one of the directors get into graduate school. After submitting their film to the Fusion Doc Challenge, the team won a TV deal, and hopes to expand the film to 26 minutes.
After a heart transplant 15 years ago, one Fresno man is helping former inmates in their own second chances.
After nearly 30 years of sharing her passion for music, one Fresno State music professor is ending her teaching career. Helene Joseph-Weil has worked with hundreds of students, even KSEE24's A.J. Fox.
"Up-cycling" and repurposing has become a big trend.
Here's a Fresno history lesson for you: a three-story building in downtown Fresno was originally a car showroom back in 1915. Now, 100 years later, it's reopening its doors to a new kind of technology.
Thanks to one Fresno State student, you can now have date night shipped to your door. It's all part of his business, "Date in a Crate."
Heart of The Horse Therapy Ranch in Clovis uses horses to help people with disabilities and traumatic injuries. The program is set to expand, but directors say, they need community help to make it happen.
One Fresno art studio is helping even the most hopeless painters create their own works of art. The owner says opening the shop was a big risk, but says, seeing people reach personal victories is worth it.
One amateur nature photographer has been making trips to Yosemite all her life. Months ago, her talents were discovered. Today, she's selling her work in the place she loves.
A special education class in Caruthers is specializing in the art of coffee making. It's transforming kids with disabilities into baristas and bookkeepers.