Toting -- and playing -- about 19 different instruments, Eric Haines of Everett, Washington, is a one-man band as he works the midway at The Big Fresno Fair, performing a ragtime standard, “Ain't She Sweet.”
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Meet The Big Fresno Fair's one-man band
Goat yoga has made it to the Valley
Watch how fires are put out up close
Watch a 5-year-old play Cops and Robbers with a real cop
Parents of teen in live-streamed Los Banos crash in disbelief
Iconic Jan Thomas Swim School will close after nearly 60 years
Relive the good times at the Jan Thomas Swim School
Teenage driver livestreams fatal car wreck and sister's last moments
Fresno police chase ends with crash at Simonian Farms
Fresno firefighters battle two-alarm blaze
Woman shares Detwiler Fire evacuation experience
Clovis welcomes thousands for the North American Pole Vault Championship
Fresno Starbucks customer fights robber armed with a knife
Yoga instructor Amber Herzog-Lyman teamed up with Tracy Jensen of Dream Big Ranch in Sanger to bring goat yoga to town. They host both mom-and-me and adults classes with the goats, who are also therapy animals.
The Madera County Sheriff's Office posted a video on Facebook of a plane dropping flame retardant. Cal Fire reported Tuesday morning that the Detwiler Fire did not grow overnight, remaining at 78,900 acres,
At a church block party July 23, 2017, Fresno police officer Nick El-Helou spent more than an hour playing "catch the bad guys" with a 5-year-old identified only as Patsy on Fresno Police Department's Facebook page.
Nicandro and Gloria Sanchez discuss the heartache after learning their daughter, Obdulia Sanchez, 18, was behind the wheel and live-streaming before the vehicle she was in crashed, killing her 14-year-old sister Jacqueline Sanchez. (KFSN-TV/Fresno)
Jan Thomas and her daughter Becky Thomas looked at each other recently and decided it was time to end the Jan Thomas Swim School. The swim school along North Willow Avenue has taught children for almost 60 years.
18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez was shooting live video with her cell phone while driving near Merced, California. She was rolling when the car went off the road and flipped, killing her teenage sister. She kept shooting video after her sister died. The California Highway Patrol has not confirmed the validity of the video, but Sanchez's family confirmed to a local TV station. Sanchez faces charges of DUI and vehicular manslaughter.
Hunters Valley resident Janet Kirkland, 72, recounts the uncertain, frantic first moments after learning of the Detwiler Fire. "All of a sudden the blue sky and the bright sun disappeared," she said, "and everything turned yellow."
Surveillance video shows the frightening moments as a Fresno Starbucks customer fights a robber armed with a knife. The incident happened Thursday, July 20. The suspect, who was stabbed himself during the fight, got away but was later captured.
The 129th Rescue Wing shows its recent firefighting efforts in Northern California. The crew on the Pave Hawk helicopter, included Major Nate Nowaski, Capt. Tyler Gibson, Staff Sgt. Christian Meyers and Senior Airman Ryan Dumatol. Video was posted July 17, 2017.
The 70,000-plus-acre Detwiler fire burning near Yosemite National Park west of Mariposa can be seen from a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite above. The satellite imagery shows wind pushing the smoke.
A 14-week-old panther -- they're actually melanistic leopards -- named Jet is adjusting to his new home at Project Survival's Cat Haven in the eastern Fresno County foothills. Roscoe the dog is helping.
Clovis Mayor Bob Whalen welcomes visiting pole vaulters during a luncheon Thursday before the 23rd annual North American Pole Vault Association Championships. The event returns to Old Town Clovis on Friday starting at 4:45 p.m. and running to about 9:15 p.m. Admission is free.