More Videos

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus 0:44

Fresno police show surveillance video of hit-and-run by city bus

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson 2:35

Jim Boren's questions deserved an answer, says former California Gov. Pete Wilson

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco 3:49

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug 3:23

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program 2:03

Mendota's Salvadoran residents worry about Trump's pledge to end protective program

Gearing up for cricket season in the Valley 1:12

Gearing up for cricket season in the Valley

Curb Appeal: Custom-built Sugarloaf Ranch is a labor of love nestled in the foothills 1:30

Curb Appeal: Custom-built Sugarloaf Ranch is a labor of love nestled in the foothills

The bizarre way alligators behave when their swamp is frozen over 2:02

The bizarre way alligators behave when their swamp is frozen over

Virtual beekeepers help save the honeybees 2:45

Virtual beekeepers help save the honeybees

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them 1:31

Breathtaking view of fall colors in the Sierra as birds would see them

  • CMC inmates take a different approach to training service dogs

    The New Life K9s program at California Men's Colony uses inmates to teach service dogs 104 skills and responses that will help their future owners deal with stresses such as anxiety, depression, sleeping difficulties and nightmares, or perform physical tasks like retrieving shoes. Inmate Kris Blehm describes the difference between the choice training method used at CMC and other training methods.

CMC inmates take a different approach to training service dogs

The New Life K9s program at California Men's Colony uses inmates to teach service dogs 104 skills and responses that will help their future owners deal with stresses such as anxiety, depression, sleeping difficulties and nightmares, or perform physical tasks like retrieving shoes. Inmate Kris Blehm describes the difference between the choice training method used at CMC and other training methods.
David Middlecamp The Tribune