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The hunt is on for a thieves who stole a KMPH FOX 26 News credit card and used it to fill up a number of cars in Fresno.
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If you need an ambulance in the Fresno area, get ready for sticker shock. It turns out ambulance bills are expensive and there are several reasons why.
Fresno Building Healthy Communities and the Fresno Police Department will host championship night of the Midnight Basketball League at 8 p.m. Friday at Romain Neighborhood Park.
A 3-year-old boy was shot and seriously wounded Thursday in a drive-by shooting in southeast Fresno that police said was gang-related.
About 25 people got tips Thursday on how small businesses can do business with the state during a seminar in downtown Fresno.
Police disclosed some details Thursday about a violent incident that took place Sunday evening at a Starbucks coffee shop in central Fresno, where a woman was attacked and sustained facial injuries and a man who came to her aid was severely bitten by the assailant.
Sunlight International will be traveling North-bound, on Highway 99 with its Pretty Lady for the Summer POS campaign and Green Emerald seedless grapes.
In 2000, it was the disputed "hanging chads" on Florida ballots that exposed major failings in the mechanics of how America voted.
Sheriff's officials in Central California say a house fire that claimed the life of a woman was started by gang members who mistakenly thought a gang dropout was there.
Police are asking for help in identifying a man who robbed a northeast Fresno Bank of the West branch at gunpoint Wednesday.
A preview launch for a 2015 exhibit honoring Hmong immigrants will be held Friday from 5-7 p.m. The mixer is free and open to the public.
Fresno police crime-scene investigators scour parked vehicles including this one van which was parked next to Stephen Willis' own vehicle and which he used for cover at the scene of a shooting on March 28, 2009.
Hundreds of people became American citizens during a Naturalization Ceremony in Downtown Fresno on Tuesday.
Beginning August 1st in Fresno, you will only be allowed to water your lawns twice a week during the summer, and once a week during the winter.
During a recent Fresno visit, state Senate president pro tem-elect Kevin de Len listed some reasons that his fellow senator, Hanford Republican Andy Vidak, shouldn't be reelected.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 11:58 am
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