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Kings River Closed to Recreational Users

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FRESNO COUNTY - Effective immediately, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is closing the Kings River from Pine Flat Dam to the Tulare and Kings County lines. Sheriff Margaret Mims has made this orde [ ... ]


A Victory for Digital Privacy: AB 165 Halted in California Assembly

SACRAMENTO - Facing staunch coalition opposition, Assembly Member Jim Cooper has pulled AB 165 from consideration by the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee. More than 60 leading civi [ ... ]


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Edison's Matt Johnson to Lead Madera South's Football Program

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MADERA - Less than a month after the resignation of Dane Cook, former Madera South High School Varsity Football Coach, the Stallions have a new leader. Matt Johnson, former varsity football coach from [ ... ]


Fresno State Announces New Ticketing Option: The Bulldog Pass

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FRESNO - Fresno State Athletics announced the unveiling of the Bulldog Pass on Monday, a new mobile ticketing option exclusively available for Fresno State Young Alumni and Fresno State Faculty/St [ ... ]


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Massive Cash Jackpot Winner Celebrates Table Mountain's 30th Anniversary With Huge Win!

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FRIANT -- Table Mountain Casino Player's Club member Raymond, of Visalia, is celebrating Table Mountain Casino's 30th Anniversary as the latest winner of Table Mountain Casino's totally rand [ ... ]


Twitter Announces Live Streaming Event for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter today announced it is collaborating with Disney and People to live stream exclusively a special Rogue One: A Star Wars Story event. The live stream, hosted by People, will feat [ ... ]


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Be Safe This Saint Patricks Weekend

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EDITORIAL - St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the nation’s favorite holidays to celebrate and party. Unfortunately, too many people are taking to the roads after drinking, making the holida [ ... ]


Madera County Supervisor takes water war to D.C.

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EDITORIAL - During the annual legislative conference in Washington D.C., Madera County Supervisor David Rogers let lawmakers and supervisors from across the nation know he means business when it comes [ ... ]


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Local Race Car Driver and Farmer Bobby Trigueiro Passes Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 03 May 2017 20:33
CARUTHERS - Robert “Bobby” Edward Trigueiro was born January 2, 1942 in Fresno, Ca. and passed away May 1, 2017 in Caruthers, his hometown his entire life. Bobby at the time of his death, was the owner of Bob Trigueiro Custom Farming specializing in Hay Harvesting. Previously, Bobby was partners with his brother Larry, who preceded him in death in December of 2000. They farmed their own ground, as well as doing custom work for various customers for 40 years.

Bobby and Larry also had Trigueiro Brothers Racing, which was famous first in California short track racing then in the later years on national circuits. Their cars were famous for their color orange, and the #1 they carried. The Trigueiro Bros. cars were known to be fast and look as good as any of the cars in the pits.
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New Recording Studio and Plain White T’s Concert at Madera South High Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 May 2017 15:13
MADERA - High School Nation, the country’s largest secondary school touring music festival, will be coming this year with two goals in mind: donating funds to the school’s music and arts program and providing an entertaining and engaging festival for local students.

Madera South High School will be hosting High School Nation on Thursday, May 11th with a question and answer forum with a few hundred MSHS students and hold a concert from 1pm-3pm at the MSHS practice track.

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Fresno State Announces New Ticketing Option: The Bulldog Pass Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 May 2017 00:00
FRESNO - Fresno State Athletics announced the unveiling of the Bulldog Pass on Monday, a new mobile ticketing option exclusively available for Fresno State Young Alumni and Fresno State Faculty/Staff.

The Bulldog Pass allows fans to select from four different packages and guarantees admission to every regular season home game or match for the sports included in the selected package. All passes represent at least a 25 percent savings; the larger the package, the greater the savings. Fresno State will only be offering a limited number of tickets through the Bulldog Pass, so fans are encouraged to purchase quickly.
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Fresno County Sheriff’s K-9 Chases Down Fleeing Suspect Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 May 2017 14:30
FRESNO - At 12:30 pm on Monday, a Fresno County Sheriff Deputy K-9 handler was in southeast Fresno following up on a stolen car case. While the deputy was in the area of Tulare and Peach Avenues, he saw a vehicle matching the description of the stolen car.

As he began to follow the Nissan Altima, the driver (later identified as 42 year old Ricardo Mendoza of Fresno) sped away at a speed of up to 70 mph, weaved in and out of lanes and ran a red light. The deputy began to pursue the suspect and radioed for other patrol units in the area to assist him.
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2016 Fresno Murder Suspect in Custody Print E-mail
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Monday, 01 May 2017 00:00

FRESNO - On April 5, 2016, at approximately 2:39 pm, Fresno Police Department dispatch received a 911 call of a deceased subject lying behind the dumpster near the Starbuck’s parking lot at 1100 “U” Street. Patrol Officers arrived on scene and found a male victim later identified as John Holiday, a 51 year old transient male, lying on the ground inside a concrete enclosure for trash bins. Holiday was pronounced deceased on scene and was found to have been strangled and stabbed.

Homicide Investigator’s worked extensively on this case over the past year and spent dozens of hours following up on potential leads in the case. Through evidence collected at the scene, during the original homicide investigation, a possible suspect’s name surfaced. The possible suspect was identified as 28 year old Norberto Cortez, a transient living in the Fresno area.

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Thomas Eugene Goodwin (77)
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Thomas Eugene Goodwin (77) was born on August 6, 1939 to Vivian Franklin and Laura Lee Goodwin in East Prairie, Missouri. He passed away peacefully in Fresno, CA on May 24, 2017 at the age of 77. T [ ... ]


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Joe D. Coelho (80) passed away on Monday, May 22, 2017, surrounded by his family at home, at the age of 80. Joe was born in Riverdale, CA, to Joe C. Coelho and Ida Coelho, who were both Portuguese A [ ... ]


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