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. Video b
Because today is #givingTuesday, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Fresno County produced this video to show you and its supporters how thankful the kids are for the community’s support. Not only do the children have a safe place to go after school, they can get a healthy snack or meal, help with their homework and learn they are valued. You can read more at https://www.bgcfresno.org.
Virginia La Salle, with Linda Crowder, offer prayers for anyone walking or driving by the canopies they set up at Van Ness and Belmont avenues. La Salle is leading a campaign to have 100 prayer tents around Fresno this weekend. The purpose: To hel
While working as an intern for Southern California Edison, Fresno State electrical engineering student Matthew Stilwell, 20, came up with a novel solution to reduce power outages in Visalia. His $450,000 proposal was approved by the electric utili
The way Yosemite's Burrel “Buckshot” Rambo Maier tells it, he's living the good life. He's made visitors happy driving them around Yosemite as the the only stagecoach driver/park ranger in the National Park Service.
Derek Carr greets his fans via Instagram @derekcarrqb saying, "When my business manager told me this was happening it was cooler than anything I dreamed of. It was perfect! Can't wait to spend that night with all of the RedWave! #GoDogs."
He cut the hair of John Lennon, his favorite celebrity. Now Nick Palomares, a fixture at Fresno Yosemite International Airport, celebrates a 45-year career barbering at the airport. He reminisces about cutting Lennon’s hair when he barbered in San
While officers were taking fire and had just rescued a family of five children and four adults from the residence in the 300 block of West Dakota Avenue Wednesday morning, June 7, 2017, one sergeant took time to calm a frightened dog fleeing the g
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
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 to
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.