Clovis Community Medical Center held its 5th reunion party for former patients and staff of the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Designed as fun day for the unit’s staff, including doctors and nurses, to reconnect with their former patients and families who they cared for in trying, early stages of their lives, to see them healed and happy.
California High-Speed Rail Authority board chairman Dan Richard and vice chairman Tom Richards discuss issues that have delayed progress on construction of the statewide bullet-train project. Video by Fresno Bee reporter Tim Sheehan.
Bulldozers worked to demolish Boomers! Fresno, which included attractions such as mini golf, go-kart racing, bumper cars, laser tag and arcade games, on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. The park, which was located near Blackstone Avenue for 20 years, closed earlier this month after losing its lease.
Such a beautiful day! We took to the skies over the Millerton Lake, Mariner's Point and the San Joaquin River Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017 to say good bye to summer and hello to fall. The autumn equinox begins at 1:02 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22.
The Big Fresno Fair added three more signs to its collection of historic Fresno signs around the Paul Paul Theater. The 1950s signs represent Eddie’s Speed Shop, the Louie Kee Market and the Fresno Motel. Fresno Fair CEO John Alkire explains.
Champion surfers and members of the World Surf League came to Surf Ranch in Lemoore, Calif. Tuesday to watch and surf on waves created by a state-of-the-art machine that produces the perfect wave every time in its 2,000-foot-long pond.
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.