More Videos

Reza Assemi has plans for the historic Craycroft house in northwest Fresno 1:40

Reza Assemi has plans for the historic Craycroft house in northwest Fresno

It's only temporary - smartphone blindness 1:00

It's only temporary - smartphone blindness

Boy, 13, injured in drive-by shooting outside Fresno condo building 1:29

Boy, 13, injured in drive-by shooting outside Fresno condo building

San Joaquin River Conservancy Board meeting on river access 1:09

San Joaquin River Conservancy Board meeting on river access

Fresno Bee carrier and wife killed in alleged DUI crash 0:43

Fresno Bee carrier and wife killed in alleged DUI crash

Fresno drivers are bad, survey says 0:52

Fresno drivers are bad, survey says

'Operation Alpha Dog' busts Bulldog Gang leaders in trafficking, gun and drug sales 0:45

'Operation Alpha Dog' busts Bulldog Gang leaders in trafficking, gun and drug sales

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 12:44

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade

See a trailer for a new, Central Valley-focused real estate show 1:31

See a trailer for a new, Central Valley-focused real estate show

How America's big and small counties differ 1:17

How America's big and small counties differ

  • Nearly 1,000 new U.S. citizens sworn in at Fresno ceremony

    California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a son of immigrant parents, welcomes the new citizens at a naturalization ceremony at Fresno Convention Center on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Laura Weimer, a native of Mexico, reacts to becoming a U.S. citizen.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a son of immigrant parents, welcomes the new citizens at a naturalization ceremony at Fresno Convention Center on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Laura Weimer, a native of Mexico, reacts to becoming a U.S. citizen. John Walker The Fresno Bee
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, a son of immigrant parents, welcomes the new citizens at a naturalization ceremony at Fresno Convention Center on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Laura Weimer, a native of Mexico, reacts to becoming a U.S. citizen. John Walker The Fresno Bee

California leader, a child of immigrants, welcomes 1,000 new U.S. citizens

May 16, 2017 02:57 PM

UPDATED May 17, 2017 06:10 AM

More Videos

Reza Assemi has plans for the historic Craycroft house in northwest Fresno 1:40

Reza Assemi has plans for the historic Craycroft house in northwest Fresno

It's only temporary - smartphone blindness 1:00

It's only temporary - smartphone blindness

Boy, 13, injured in drive-by shooting outside Fresno condo building 1:29

Boy, 13, injured in drive-by shooting outside Fresno condo building

San Joaquin River Conservancy Board meeting on river access 1:09

San Joaquin River Conservancy Board meeting on river access

Fresno Bee carrier and wife killed in alleged DUI crash 0:43

Fresno Bee carrier and wife killed in alleged DUI crash

Fresno drivers are bad, survey says 0:52

Fresno drivers are bad, survey says

'Operation Alpha Dog' busts Bulldog Gang leaders in trafficking, gun and drug sales 0:45

'Operation Alpha Dog' busts Bulldog Gang leaders in trafficking, gun and drug sales

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 12:44

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade

See a trailer for a new, Central Valley-focused real estate show 1:31

See a trailer for a new, Central Valley-focused real estate show

How America's big and small counties differ 1:17

How America's big and small counties differ

  • Reza Assemi has plans for the historic Craycroft house in northwest Fresno

    The 1927 home that once belonged to the pioneering brick-making family needs a lot of work, but Assemi hopes to restore it and use it as a mixed-use space.