More Videos

Fresno Unified's Bob Nelson announces 'all are welcome' 2:25

Fresno Unified's Bob Nelson announces "all are welcome"

Eclipse viewers use glasses, homemade gadgets 1:26

Eclipse viewers use glasses, homemade gadgets

 Lawyer quizzes Brooke Ashjian about LGBT online comments 8:31

Lawyer quizzes Brooke Ashjian about LGBT online comments

Tri-River Athletic Conference football coaches preview the season 1:11

Tri-River Athletic Conference football coaches preview the season

Fresno State's nap pods offer a relaxing way for students to recharge 0:55

Fresno State's nap pods offer a relaxing way for students to recharge

Here's how to protect your home with defensible space 4:32

Here's how to protect your home with defensible space

Thieves use forklift to crash bank, steal ATM 0:35

Thieves use forklift to crash bank, steal ATM

Timelapse: Solar eclipse darkens sun over Washington State Capitol 0:19

Timelapse: Solar eclipse darkens sun over Washington State Capitol

Watch as Fresno Unified trustees clash over controversial LGBT remarks 3:20

Watch as Fresno Unified trustees clash over controversial LGBT remarks

Black Lives Matter banners greet drivers on Alluvial Ave. in Fresno 1:05

Black Lives Matter banners greet drivers on Alluvial Ave. in Fresno

  • San Joaquin River on the rise

    Snowmelt and subsequent releases from Friant Dam puts the river at a healthy flow.

Snowmelt and subsequent releases from Friant Dam puts the river at a healthy flow. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Snowmelt and subsequent releases from Friant Dam puts the river at a healthy flow. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Farmers and water districts hope storm runoff can help replenish underground supplies

January 10, 2017 5:03 PM