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The structural integrity of a rooftop is checked as Fresno, Clovis and Fresno County fire departments conduct a training exercise Monday, June 2, 2014 in Fresno, Calif.
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Who finished second to Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin in primary balloting for the state controller job -- Betty Yee, left, or John Perez? Questions and criticism loom in a historic recount for the state controller primary election that involves 15 counties, including Fresno.
The body of a man presumed drowned Friday at Hume Lake in Fresno County has been found, said Chris Curtice, sheriff's office spokesman.
Former Fresno County supervisor Doug Vagim is leading a move to put the city's water rates to a vote, possibly in November..
Officers say around midnight, a Fresno County sheriff's deputy was driving in the area of Highway 168 and Auberry Road when he saw a person on the road.
A detail from a photo released by the Fresno County Sheriff's Office shows a team at the site where the body of a drowned man was recovered at Shaver Lake on Saturday, July 5, 2014.
A Riverdale man was arrested early Monday morning for allegedly threatening to kill family members with what the Fresno County Sheriff's Office is calling a "Rambo" knife.
A Kerman man was arrested on charges of assaulting a Fresno County Sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop Friday night in Kerman, the Fresno County Sheriff's Office reported.
Authorities say they've recovered the body of a man who drowned in a Central California lake over the holiday weekend, and they are continuing to search for a second man who disappeared in another Central California lake.
A southwest Fresno man is the first person in Fresno County to be infected with West Nile virus this year, county health officials said Monday.
An 18-year-old man and a juvenile, 17, are in custody after a collision during a street race, Clovis police report.
After a fairly busy Fourth of July night, Fresno, Clovis and Fresno County fire officials on Saturday had one main piece of advice for the public: Be safe when using fireworks.
The blueprint for growth over the next two decades was five years in the making and still has some bureaucratic hurdles ahead.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:50 pm
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