Second-seeded Clovis High is headed to the CIF Southern California Regional Division II championship match after defeating No. 3 Calabasas 25-23, 23-25, 20-25, 25-17, 15-11 on Thursday, May 25, 2017. Top-seeded Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks is the opponent at 3 p.m. Saturday in Huntington Beach.
Sheriff Margaret Mims Wednesday ordered the Fresno County portion of the Kings River closed for the Memorial Day weekend and indefinitely after that because of surging, ice-cold water roaring out of Pine Flat Dam.
First Lade Melania Trump seems to flick away her husband's hand when President Trump reached out for her at the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. The event was a welcome ceremony by Israeli President Rueben Rivlin and Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, May 22, 2017.
The Clovis West girls placed second in both the 200-yard and 400-yard relays at the CIF State Swimming & Diving Meet at the Clovis Aquatics Center on the Golden Eagles campus. The relays were comprised of Caitlyn Snyder, Jordan Gruce, Abby Samansky and Skylar Elkington.
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There’s a new energized member of Hearst Castle’s dazzle of zebras. Passerby Michele Sherman of Cambria captured on video the dizzying foal, who ran in circles for nearly 30 minutes. The famous zebras were once part of William Randolph Hearst’s private zoo and now roam freely on the ranch’s 82,000 acres.
A report of a man walking down a southwest Fresno street armed with a shotgun sent Fresno police scrambling Monday morning, but the suspect turned out to be a highly inebriated man with a BB gun in his pants, Sgt. Pete Boyer said. The report came weeks after another man who had already killed one man embarked on a shooting spree that left three dead near downtown Fresno.
The Clovis Police Department swore-in new police dogs on Monday, May 15, 2017, as the department relaunched its K-9 unit after a six-year hiatus. The dogs, Corda and Jax, were presented with their badges during a small ceremony at the police department community room. The dogs were acquired after a community drive raised more than $125,000 to restart the program.
About 50 gathered outside Fresno County Courthouse on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, as an arraignment was scheduled to begin for the first of four people charged after a demonstration against Mayor Lee Brand's refusal to designate Fresno as a sanctuary city.