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Police arrested four people on suspicion of driving while intoxicated at sobriety checkpoints Friday night and early Saturday in Fresno and Visalia.
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A Fresno woman was sentenced Friday to a year in jail and five years of probation for her role in a 2011 fatal crash on Highway 180 between Fresno and Kerman.
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The heavy pinewood bowling lanes from Cedar Lanes Bowling Center will get a new lease on life after the iconic building is demolished to make way for a Wal-Mart grocery store.
In a stunning turnaround that caught the local political world completely off guard, Hanford Republican Andy Vidak -- the apparent winner in a 16th State Senate District special election -- will now likely face a runoff.
The California Air National Guard's 144th Fighter Wing in Fresno hosted a community covenant signing at the Fresno Air National Guard Base on Friday.
Authorities have been looking for 23-year-old Jose Mata in connection to a shooting from March 1st, 2010.
Steve Lewis fell in love with a nearly century old, U-shaped house in southeast Fresno when he learned it was designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene -- the brothers who designed the Gamble House in Pasadena.
The former Bob Wills house in east-central Fresno, which some had hoped would win historic designation, apparently has another month for a patron to step forward and save it from demolition.
The Fresno City Council on Thursday awarded a contract for $1.48 million to Floyd Johnston Construction of Clovis to build the Sugar Pine Trail pedestrian undercrossing at Shepherd Avenue west of Millbrook Avenue in northeast Fresno.
Fresno County is continuing to see sluggish employment growth, at only about 1.2% this year, according to the latest quarterly economic forecast issued Thursday by the University of the Pacific in Stockton.
When the cast of "New Wrinkles Turns Silver" gathers Friday night to sing "Another Opening, Another Show," it will be a fitting way to kick off an all-out celebration.
The Fresno City Council on a 4-3 vote Thursday morning rejected proposed bicycle lanes on Fruit Avenue in northwest Fresno.
A man was recorded stealing two cameras from outside of a central Fresno dentists office and now police are asking for help in finding the thief.
He was a gregarious, spontaneous child, his father said, a handful at times who loved music and playing the guitar.
Hanford Republican Andy Vidak shares a Texas Tech sign with family friend Weston Anderson, who currently attends Vidak's alma mater.
A Fresno family that lost everything in an arson fire is beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel.
The appointment of Joseph Castro as Fresno State's new president Wednesday wasn't the only change in the university's administrative ranks.