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It's been a part of North Fork for years, and it's even been the site for movies and music videos. Now the old western-style town off Road 226 is getting a fresh feel; thanks to a new owner with big ideas.
Founders call Fresno Ideaworks, a 10,000-square-foot space filled with machines and tools, a place for all builders and thinkers to turn their ideas into realities.
The cities first airport is now a diner that fliers frequent.
Local record shops say vinyl is back and more popular than ever. So popular, owners say, they're experiencing record sales.
The man behind four of the beautifully decorated Meux Home trees has almost twice as many Christmas trees in his own home.
One Fresno nonprofit is helping women all over Fresno, and chapters of the organization are starting to pop up around the country.
Marion Karian has given more than 30 years to Exceptional Parents Unlimited, the nonprifit she began in the '70s while working with parents of children with down syndrome. Now, she's passing on the reigns.
One Clovis Unified teacher will soon be Google Certified, but students say, his already innovative methods make them love learning.
It's the main event in every western, but one Fresno man is bringing fast draw to life.
We Are Fresno: A look at one of the oldest buildings in Fresno county.