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Authorities say a Central California man has been sentenced to six months in prison for flashing a large laser pointer at a California Highway Patrol plane last year, briefly damaging the pilot's eyes. The Fresno Bee reports Tuesday that 35-year-old Jeremy Scott Danielson of Clovis was also sentenced to three years of supervised release Monday. Comment?
A man who was shot by Clovis police officers after they attempted to serve warrants has died of his injuries. The Fresno Bee reports that officers shot the suspect Thursday after attempting to serve at least one felony warrant. Comment?
The Fresno Bee reports that investigators believe 23-year-old Candice Ooley of Clovis may have passed out behind the wheel on Friday night, leading to a fatal crash in Madera County. Madera County District Attorney David Linn says Ooley had a blood alcohol level of 0.32, four times the legal limit, at the time of the crash. Comment?
The owner of horse training and riding lesson business in Fresno County is seeking a settlement after 13 of her horses died as a result of contaminated cattle feed. The Fresno Bee reports that 13 horses at Black Fence Farm boarding stables in Clovis died or had to be put down and 36 horses suffered permanent neurological damage in September after eating feed that was contaminated with monensin. Comment?
Residents of the Fresno County city of Clovis will no longer be fined if they use too much water after this month. The Fresno Bee reports that Clovis City Council members voted to increase awareness of conservation programs using the money from fines and reduce landscape watering to one day per week beginning Nov. 1. City officials say they are suspending the fines because they are less likely to be effective now that residents are reducing water use as temperatures drop. Comment?
A preliminary accident report says a floatplane that crashed in Alaska struck the surface of a lake after takeoff before going down, killing three of the 10 people on board. The National Transportation Safety Board says the de Havilland DHC-3 turbine Otter took off in dark night conditions at about 6 a.m. Sept. Comment?
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