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"Israel: A Light on the Land" will be on display March 22 to May 10 at Temple Beth Israel, 6622 N. Maroa Ave. The exhibit is presented by the Jewish Federation of Central California, courtesy of the Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion Museum in New York.
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Former Fresno kindergarten teacher Dorothy Ramirez has pleaded no contest in Fresno County Superior Court to felony possession of drugs and bringing a knife onto the Easterby Elementary School campus in September 2011.
Swearengin plans to introduce herself to convention delegates and party leaders as she attempts to build campaign momentum for the June primary election.
A vehicle burns on the Highway 180 connector to Highway 41 in Fresno on Friday, March 14, 2014.
Emergency workers tend to people injured in a car-vs.-SUV crash at the intersection of Fruit and California avenues in west Fresno on Friday afternoon, March 14, 2014.
The chatter among top Fresno County officials is that the building could become the new home for District Attorney Elizabeth Egan and her crew.
That's among the recommendations by Police Auditor Rick Rasmussen in his 16-page report for the three-month period of October through December 2013.
Assemblyman Henry Perea, chair of the Insurance Committee, listens to testimony during an oversight hearing at the Capitol concerning problems in the Employment Development Department on Nov. 6, 2013.
Golden LivingCenter chef and soup judge Darin Leonardson blows on a spoonful of soup before tasting during the inaugural Soup Challenge held at Golden LivingCenter Thursday, March 13, 2014 in Fresno, Calif.
A 16-year-old Fresno boy admitted Thursday he participated in the home-invasion robbery of 92-year-old World War II veteran Josef Martin, who was pistol-whipped, beaten and shoved into a closet while a group of kids ransacked his home.
Sikh students living in Fresno County say they are regularly bullied at school, and many of them say educators do nothing about it when such aggression is reported, according to a national survey being released Thursday.
Nearly 500 Fresno Teachers Association members dressed in black packed into the Fresno Unified School District board meeting in protest Wednesday night and returned hundreds of copies of the CORE waiver that will let the district set accountability measures for itself.
Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say they've arrested two people suspected of growing more than 600 plants in Ono Wednesday.
An August 2013 file photo shows a shopping cart with a homeless person's belongings in it at the edge of Courthouse Park near the Fresno County Courthouse.