Some speakers at Wednesday night's Fresno Unified school board meeting supported board President Brooke Ashjian's controversial remarks about sex education and LGBTQ, while others asked for his removal.
Fresno Unified Interim Superintendent Bob Nelson uses Facebook to announce his support for all students and commits to providing resources for LGBTQ students. This video was posted on Fresno Unified School District's Facebook page @fresnounifiedpage Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 23, 2017.
Are they sharing a teal hoodie? The City of Madera Police Department used its Facebook page @MaderaPD to post this video of two suspects trying to pry open a steel door to the Madera Medical Pharmacy in Madera. When one suspect fails, the other gives it a shot. If you can provide information about the incident call CrimeStoppers at 559-498-STOP.
You may be buying notebooks, erasers and crayons to prepare your kids to go back to school, but you should be thinking about preparing them from the inside out, too. Here are some healthy adjustments you can make to ensure your child gets off to a good start.
Nearly 800 Computech Middle School students were outside watching the sun over Fresno Monday morning as it was eclipsed by the moon. The four science teachers from Computech arranged the event, making sure the students had protective solar glasses.
"Sales dropped down a lot," says Parsley Garden Cafe's Blanca Partida, who greets customers and takes orders while her husband and co-owner Carlos cooks. “This is the only income we have. It was a lot of stress.”
A fire burning in Yosemite National Park in California closed campgrounds and roads on Wednesday, August 16. The South Fork Fire has burned nearly 2,400 acres and stood at 7 percent contained on August 17. According to Yosemite Fire Management there are 449 people staffing the fire.Timelapse video of the fire shows smoke covering a large area as the sun rose on Thursday.
Photography students at Sunnyside High School in Fresno demonstrate how to make pinhole cameras out of common household items like Pringles cans. They're led by teacher Tamela Ryatt. It's not safe to look directly at the sun during an eclipse, and these viewers can protect your eyes.
While you're looking at the eclipse, PG&E analysts will be keeping watch over the central San Joaquin Valley's power consumption and making adjustments to the falloff in solar power. PG&E's Southern District Control Center manager Steve Roland explains.