Craig Scharton’s dog is his pet peeve. Or rather, his pet, Peeve. Scharton adopted the shepherd-boxer mix from the SPCA when he moved into the Lowell neighborhood five years ago. He named the dog Peeve because he thought the pun was funny.
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Fresno Famous: 'Everybody's Pet Peeve'
Cystic fibrosis patient postpones lung transplant for graduation
Central Valley Honor Flight veterans John Arambel and Ervin Toews reminisce
First Kids Day cover patient thankful for Valley Children's Hospital
Clovis North English Teacher dances after return from Ellen show appearance
Saburo Masada visits site of his internment for first time since 1942
Meet the adorable Victor E., Fresno State's real-life bulldog mascot
These old 'Dogs show there's still plenty of go in their halftime show
Fresno's enthusiasm over horse racing infuses trainer Jonathan Wong
16-year-old Fresnan Cayla Rivas setting motorcycle records
50 artists, 50 interpretations of one woman
40-year anniversary of the Bee Four: Two recall jail time
Sloth bears Sahaasa, Rajani attract crowds at Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Blaire Strohn’s bright personality belies the disease she carries with her - cystic fibrosis - that limits her lung capacity to one-fifth of normal. In a decision she made with her pulmonologist, Dr. David Lee, center director of the UCSF, Fresno cystic fibrosis program, she postponed signing up for lung transplant surgery until after she could graduate from Fresno State.
Korean War veteran John Arambel, 87, of Los Banos and fellow Korean War Army veteran Ervin Toews of Dinuba reminisce at the Air Force Memorial in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, April 26, 2017. The pair realized after spending three days traveling together as part of the Central Valley Honor Flight that they were members of the same military unit – the SCARWAF or Special Category Army Reassigned with Air Force.
Melissa Ferdinandsen, a Clovis North High English teacher dances to Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" at the start of her Friday morning English class in Clovis. Ferdinandsen was featured on the "Ellen" show this week for her dancing moments.
Saburo Masada, a Japanese American who was 12 when he and his family was held at the Fresno Assembly Center, visits the infield at the Fresno Fairgrounds racetrack where his barracks of block F stood. It was the first time he had stood on that ground since 1942.
Victor E., the real-life mascot of Fresno State athletics (as compared to TimeOut, the person in the dog suit), is capturing the hearts of fans across the central San Joaquin Valley. Did we mention Victor E. has his own Snapchat account? It's victore_bulldog
Twenty members of The Senior Dog Squad, ages 82 to 93, will take the field at Bulldog Stadium during halftime Friday, October 28th, to perform a dance routine to Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling." The seniors, residents at the Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in Fresno, have been working and rehearsing with Fresno State Cheer in anticipation for the big night.
Early mornings and long days are routine for horse trainer Jonathan Wong. His job is to make sure his horses get the care and exercise they need to run a good race in the afternoon for race fans at The Big Fresno Fair.
Cayla Rivas, the 16-year-old daughter of a former NHRA motorcycle racer Chris Rivas, has followed her father’s path onto the bike and is one of the world’s fastest motorcyle land speed racers, setting records upwards of 130 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats. -- Kelsey Grey
Crystal Hodges spent the past four months working with 50 artists from around the world seeing how they would depict her in regard to the port wine stain birthmark on her face. She says the "Embrace You" social experiment allowed her to help others feel comfortable as they are, to see how everyone sees us differently and to understand how everyone is beautiful.
Former Fresno Bee reporter Joe Rosato and former executive editor George Gruner talk about going to jail after refusing to reveal the source of grand jury testimony in 1976. Rosato, Gruner, reporter Bill Patterson and former city editor James H. Bort Jr., known as the Bee Four, were jailed for 15 days until the judge decided the newsmen would never reveal their source.
The Fresno Chaffee zoo's sloth bears are a relatively new attraction that are fun and entertaining to watch when they're not sleeping. Bee reporter Marc Benjamin and photographer Craig Kohlruss spent time getting to know more about these active, lively editions to Fresno's zoo.
During World War II Marjorie Arnold helped construct B-17s in Fresno. On a recent visit to Castle Air Museum in Atwater, California, to view a Flying Fortress she reminisced about working on the bomber.
After suffering from severe leg pain and other health problems, doctors were forced to amputate Veronica Pizana's right leg below her knee. The young woman soon found a purpose in her disability. She began training in CrossFit and looks to inspire those around her through competition. Video: Craig Kohlruss / The Fresno Bee
Eric Layton, 31, is a professional bullfighter who lives in Red Bluff. He attended West Hills College’s rodeo program for two years. He started riding bulls at 15, but he left competition when he realized he wouldn’t make it in the big leagues. Now his passion is protecting riders from angry bulls.
Here’s a look at a day in his life at the Clovis Rodeo.
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