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1 hr ago | The Fresno Bee
The Fresno City Council and the administration of Mayor Ashley Swearengin on Thursday renewed their fight over the proposed Bus Rapid Transit system.
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5 hrs ago | The Fresno Bee
The National Weather Service is forecasting overnight lows in the mid-30s for the rest of the week, following a series of sub-freezing temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley.
9 hrs ago | KMPH-TV Fresno
The Fresno County Sheriff's Department says Ryan Rodriquez, 32, was found alive tonight near Kerman.
Good news for snowboarders and skiers heading to China Peak this weekend; the Huntington Lake resort expects to open two more lifts by Saturday -- Chairs 1 and 2 -- thanks to excellent snowmaking conditions.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer leaves the dais after answering questions about the police deparment budget during budget hearings at Fresno City Hall Tuesday, June 11, 2013.
In 1948, a plane carrying 28 passengers, mostly Mexican migrant workers, crashed near Fresno, Calif.
Initial reports were than two men, one armed with a handgun, robbed the Parkway Mini Mart at Shaw and Polk avenues.
A look around Fresno and Clovis proves the popularity of master planned development.
The Fresno Fire Department honored more than three dozen of its firefighters and some police officers and community members for heroic acts during a ceremony Tuesday at City Hall.
Everyone is an education expert - we all went to school and we remember it being better.
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, far right, speaks at the northeast Fresno water treatment plant about the need for water rate hikes on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
Greyhound Lines Inc. has reportedly settled several lawsuits filed against it by passengers over a 2010 pileup in Fresno that claimed the lives of six people -- including the bus driver.
Fresno paralegal Brian Waldron, right, with his attorney James Lambe, left, during Waldron's trial in Superior Court, Tuesday afternoon, November 19, 2013.
The trial of a man accused of trying to kill a PG&E worker in Fresno will start Tuesday without its key witness -- Kai, the home-free hatchet-wielding hitchhiker who went from hero to murder suspect.
A former Fresno police officer testified Monday in a federal civil rights trial that he and and his police partner fired at Stephen Willis first before Willis returned fire with his revolver.