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At 6:10 a.m. on Oct. 15, a medical technician handling the morning "pill pass" at Pleasant Valley State Prison in Fresno County spotted inmate David Scott Gillian hanging inside cell No.
Coburn Farms foreman Jose Gonzales walks along an empty field near Firebaugh , among the many that will be left unplanted this year because of the water shortage.
Two men who work for "We Be Sober" -- a taxi service with a mission to drive people home safely after they've been drinking in the Fresno and Clovis areas -- were struck by a suspected drunk driver while headed to pick up a customer in Fresno's Tower District in the early hours of Saturday, said Fresno Police Sgt.
A huge fire in Downtown Fresno destroyed an abandoned warehouse. The fire happened in an industrial area at the corner of Orange Avenue and Church Avenue in an old cotton mill.
Vicki Crow was first elected in 2002 as Fresno County's Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector.
A Fresno man whose long rap sheet inspired California's Three Strikes law is back in the Fresno County Jail, charged with corporal injury to a spouse and violation of probation.
Fresno Coin Gallery will present a check for $25,000 to support Fresno County schools at the CIF Central Section Basketball Finals on Saturday, March 8th.
A drop in the number of jobs, combined with a growing number of people looking for work, combined to drive Fresno County's unemployment rate up by 1.5 percentage points between December and January.
Fresno County sheriff's deputies seized 260 marijuana plants southwest of Fresno and arrested two Fresno men in connection with the drugs.
The death involved a middle-aged man. He had medical problems that put her at higher risk for complications, and he had not gotten a flu shot, county health officials said.
Fresno County's Blossom Trail, a self-guided motor and bicycle tour of 80 miles of blossoming orchards on country roads, is the topic of this week's Seven cover story.
On Tuesday, deputies found 540 marijuana plants and nine pounds of processed marijuana at a hothouse behind the home of Matthew Crippen at a rural address on Annadale Avenue southwest of Kerman, Fresno County Sheriff's Office spokesman Chris Curtice said.
A Fresno County fire captain is suing Foster Farms and Costco Wholesale Corp., saying he got severely ill last fall after eating chicken he bought from the Costco store in Clovis.
The Fresno County sheriff's helicopter, Eagle 1, had to make an emergency landing Thursday morning at an elementary school.
Fresno County is paying for medical care it should not have to under state law, a lawyer for the county argued while defending a county policy that would end medical services for Fresno County's poorest residents.