The annual Fiestas Patrias was held Sunday to celebrate Mexico and other Latin American countries' independences. Due to construction downtown the event was held at Manchester Center, but plans are to return to downtown next year.
The forecast from the National Weather Service in Hanford shows temperatures dropping to the mid-70s this week in Fresno and other parts of the Valley. However, the heat is expected to be back next week.
Batter Up Pancakes in Fresno served up a huge catering order Wednesday that included 200 pancakes, 200 strips of bacon, 200 links of sausage and 400 eggs. They posted this video on Facebook of the order being made.
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 utility company this summer and will be implemented next year. Here’s how it works.
Two days after Kuldip Chatha recorded a downpour near Chestnut and Floral avenues at his raisin vineyard west of Selma, the ground appears to be dry. The state of his raisin crop, however, is still at the mercy of the weather.
Fresno Unified board member Elizabeth Jonasson Rosas reads a proclamation, approved unanimously Sept. 13, 2017, declaring DACA students are safe in the district and encouraging Congress to take action to ensure safety for all Dreamers.
The Fresno County Sheriff's Office is looking for three men who committed a burglary in Squaw Valley. They were captured on a video doorbell security system. At least two of the suspects are shown holding handguns.
Fresno Unified School District superintendent Bob Nelson, serving in an interim role since Michael Hanson's departure, was approved for the permanent role 7-0 on Wednesday night, Sept. 13, 2017 in Fresno.