More Videos

Accused rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad found fit to stand trial 1:03

Accused rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad found fit to stand trial

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program 2:03

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program

Thousands march for social issues during second annual Women's March Fresno event 1:53

Thousands march for social issues during second annual Women's March Fresno event

Squirrel to police officer: A nut? For me? Thanks! 0:26

Squirrel to police officer: A nut? For me? Thanks!

From one Jim to another: Rep. Costa says The Bee's Boren 'set the bar very high' 0:51

From one Jim to another: Rep. Costa says The Bee's Boren 'set the bar very high'

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson 2:35

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco 3:49

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco

'Lost Boy' of Sudan escaped war in Africa to start life helping others in Hanford 2:10

'Lost Boy' of Sudan escaped war in Africa to start life helping others in Hanford

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug 3:23

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus 0:44

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus

  • Fourth-graders sample Native American life

    Native Americans from the Valley teach their music, culture and traditions to students from Willow Glen Elementary School at Three Rivers Historical Museum on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. The three-day event was part of California Native American Student Days.

Native Americans from the Valley teach their music, culture and traditions to students from Willow Glen Elementary School at Three Rivers Historical Museum on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. The three-day event was part of California Native American Student Days. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
Native Americans from the Valley teach their music, culture and traditions to students from Willow Glen Elementary School at Three Rivers Historical Museum on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016. The three-day event was part of California Native American Student Days. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee

Fourth-graders sample Native American life

September 15, 2016 04:48 PM

More Videos

Accused rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad found fit to stand trial 1:03

Accused rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad found fit to stand trial

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program 2:03

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program

Thousands march for social issues during second annual Women's March Fresno event 1:53

Thousands march for social issues during second annual Women's March Fresno event

Squirrel to police officer: A nut? For me? Thanks! 0:26

Squirrel to police officer: A nut? For me? Thanks!

From one Jim to another: Rep. Costa says The Bee's Boren 'set the bar very high' 0:51

From one Jim to another: Rep. Costa says The Bee's Boren 'set the bar very high'

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson 2:35

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco 3:49

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco

'Lost Boy' of Sudan escaped war in Africa to start life helping others in Hanford 2:10

'Lost Boy' of Sudan escaped war in Africa to start life helping others in Hanford

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug 3:23

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus 0:44

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus

  • Accused rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad found fit to stand trial

    Fresno County Superior Court Judge Jonathan Conklin ruled Jan. 22, 2018, that accused Fresno rampage killer Kori Ali Muhammad is competent to stand trial. The crime spree last April left four people dead.