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Sheriff’s Office Working to Identify Human Remains Found in an Orchard

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RAISEN CITY - On Friday, May 15th, a farmworker discovered a pair of pants containing human remains while doing irrigation work.  The orchard, which was recently replanted, is located west of Rai [ ... ]

Crime Stoppers Reward For Armed Bulldog Gang Member

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FRESNO – Alejandro Perez is a Bulldog gang member who is in possession of stolen guns and is wanted on felony domestic violence and weapons charges. He has also been stalking the victim and terroriz [ ... ]

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Fresno Grizzlies Frankenslice Gets National Attention

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FRESNO - The Fresno Grizzlies took over the internet and national media outlets once again, this time with the announcement of the Frankenslice, which is a hot dog stuffed crust pepperoni slice tha [ ... ]

Youth on Course Partner with First Tee Amid National Expansion

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PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Youth on Course will partner with The First Tee home office and specific chapters in Youth on Course markets as part of its national expansion. Youth on Course provides afford [ ... ]

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What's New In San Luis Obispo County: Hotels, Attractions, Restaurants and Wineries to Entice Travelers

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SAN LUIS OBISPO - San Luis Obispo (SLO) County, located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on California's naturally beautiful Central Coast, offers new reasons to visit this summer and f [ ... ]

Disneyland Resort Launches Diamond Celebration

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ANAHEIM, Calif - Disneyland Resort tonight premiered a spectacular new nighttime parade and innovative fireworks-and-projection show for the "Disneyland Diamond Celebration" that marks 60 years of ma [ ... ]

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Opinion / Editorial

Has the MUSD Board of Trustees Violated the Brown Act?

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EDITORIAL - Just a few days after the law firm of Garcia, Hernandez, Sawhney & Bermudez, LLP held an 'Ethics Laws and Legal Principles for Public Service and Board Governance' workshop for the Mad [ ... ]

Little League President Threatens Legal Action Against BVN

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Parks Admin Ignore ADA Issues With Baseball Complex Remodel EDITORIAL - People should really not thrust themselves into the public arena unless they can stand the spotlight. A person cannot  [ ... ]

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Big Valley News & Photo
Sequoia Shuttle Summer Season Kicks Off - Round-Trip Tickets Only $15 Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:41
Take the Fun, Car-Free Way to Sequoia National Park!

VISALIA - The summer season has kicked off.  Sequoia Shuttle is offering round-trip tickets for only $15. It’s the most convenient, comfortable and car-free way of travelling to Sequoia National Park. Taking the Sequoia Shuttle will save you money on gas and reduce congestion in the park.  Visiting the majestic Sequoia National Park has never been so easy and hassle free.

The 2015 Sequoia Shuttle season runs from May 21st through September 27th, with round-trip tickets for only $15. The Sequoia Shuttle is your first and last stop to Sequoia National Park. The shuttle departs from various convenient locations throughout Visalia and Three Rivers before traveling to the Giant Forest Museum.

Animal Cruelty Suspect Arrested in Southwest Fresno Print E-mail
News - Local
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Saturday, 23 May 2015 09:35

FRESNO - Early Friday morning, the Fresno Police Department received information on a story the media  was working on regarding a video posted on a Facebook page which showed a man in a wheelchair beating his dog.

The video depicted the man pulling the dog close to his wheelchair by the leash so he could repeatedly strike the dog in the head with a closed fist. On Wednesday, May 20th, at 1 pm, a witness say the beating in progress and used his cell phone to capture the crime on video at Kern and B Street. When officers arrived on scene the suspect was gone from the area.

Three Shoplifters Nailed at Fallas Discount Store Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 May 2015 13:22
FRESNO - Northwest patrol officers from the Fresno Police Department were dispatched Wednesday to West Avenue and Ashlan Avenue for a commercial robbery in progress. According to store employees, three adult females entered the department store and began concealing merchandise inside their purses.
The females then ran out the store without attempting to pay for the merchandise. As they were confronted by a loss prevention officer, all three females attacked the store employee as one of the suspects produced a stun gun and threatened to use the device to aid her escape.
Two Convenience Stores Hit in Early Morning Robberies Print E-mail
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Friday, 22 May 2015 11:50

FRESNO - Early Friday morning Northwest officers from the Fresno Police Department responded a Seven/Eleven Store on the 2400 block of North Fruit Avenue regarding an armed robbery.

On arrival officers contacted the victims and took their statements. The two suspects entered the store and suspect #1 approached the clerk as he was behind the counter. Suspect #1 pointed a gray revolver at the clerk and ordered him to give him money, cigarettes and swisher sweet cigars.

Carjacking Suspects Arrested After Early Morning Attack Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 May 2015 11:08

FRESNO - The Fresno Police Department received a call early Wednesday morning,regarding an armed carjacking which occurred in the Denny’s Restaurant parking lot, located near Abby and Divisadero. The victim had assisted the suspects with the use of the victim’s phone.

When the victim requested his phone be returned, the male suspect produced a knife and demanded the victim exit his 1997 Saturn. The victim exited and the two suspects entered the vehicle. A witness had observed what had occurred and followed the suspects.


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Longtime Maderan and Bodyshop Owner Passes: Theodore Sanderson (95)

Longtime Maderan Theodore "Ted" Sanderson, age 95, went to be with the good Lord and join Grace, his wife of 58 years, May 15, 2015. Ted was the former owner of Ted's Body Shop and original owner of A [ ... ]

Former Captain of Ferko String Band Dies: Joseph Blass Jr. (94)

Joseph H. Blass, Jr. (94) of Havertown, PA, formerly of Philadelphia, PA, passed away on May 13, 2015. Born in South Philadelphia on February 1, 1921, he was the son of the late Joseph H. Blass,  [ ... ]


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