Robert Williams, a former outlaw biker who rode with the Five Diamonds, has filed a defamation lawsuit in Fresno County Superior Court after he was evicted out of the Riverbend Mobile Home Park on East Kings Canyon Road in Sanger. He contends the mobile home park manager Rocky Munson defamed him by calling him a child molester. In the biker world, that is a death sentence, Williams said. Video by John Walkeremail@example.com
Former outlaw biker sues to clear name
'I am the first official kill' of far-right writers, Fresno State lecturer says
If you filled the boot, then you've contributed to the Muscular Dystrophy Association
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Coach Jeff Tedford recaps Fresno State's final camp scrimmage - and eclipse plans
Get in shape like football players at Fresno State
Suspects sought in Fresno jewelry store murder
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Fresno State's Jeff Tedford on fall scrimmage 2 and new QB Marcus McMaryion
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Burglary suspects caught on camera. Do you know these people?
A few Fresno State football players lost significant weight and body fat this offseason, which they believe will help their performance for the 2017 season. The Bulldogs talk about their struggles to lose weight and their journey and methods used to slim down.
Fresno police Chief Jerry Dyer identified two suspects in the slaying of a shopkeeper's son during a robbery of a jewelry store in southeast Fresno on Aug. 5, including the 18-year-old believed to have fired the fatal shot.
Tom Steyer, the San Francisco billionaire and environmentalist, came to Fresno to promise his support for a proposed Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund to help communities with contaminated water in the San Joaquin Valley.
Fresno State coach Jeff Tedford on fall scrimmage No. 2 on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. The first-year coach also discusses the arrival of Oregon State transfer Marcus McMaryion, likely to move into contention for the starting quarterback job as fast as he can learn the Bulldogs' system.
Dr. Phil Hyden, a pediatrician at Valley Children's Hospital and the director of the Guilds Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Center, talks about some of the possible causes behind the rise of severe child abuse cases in the valley.
Store surveillance cameras caught two burglary suspects in action Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. The Fresno Police Department posted this video to its Facebook account @FresnoPoliceDepartment seeking your help in identifying the suspects. Tips can be phoned into Crime Stoppers at 559-498-STOP.