More Videos

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn 1:15

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above 1:30

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above

How you can help prevent sexual assaults 8:20

How you can help prevent sexual assaults

California sex offender registry: Is there an unfair standard? 0:48

California sex offender registry: Is there an unfair standard?

Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts 0:24

Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts

Fulton Street turns back time with opening of traffic 1:49

Fulton Street turns back time with opening of traffic

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

Fresno city council clerk gets an emotional apology from Councilman Oliver Baines 2:07

Fresno city council clerk gets an emotional apology from Councilman Oliver Baines

  • Domestic violence victim tells how she used alarm to alert rescuers

    Katie Anderson speaks at a news conference Thursday, June 8, 2017 outside the Marjaree Mason Center in downtown Fresno. Anderson tells how she used a remote alarm to alert rescuers while she was being held against her will.

Katie Anderson speaks at a news conference Thursday, June 8, 2017 outside the Marjaree Mason Center in downtown Fresno. Anderson tells how she used a remote alarm to alert rescuers while she was being held against her will. Jim Guy The Fresno Bee
Katie Anderson speaks at a news conference Thursday, June 8, 2017 outside the Marjaree Mason Center in downtown Fresno. Anderson tells how she used a remote alarm to alert rescuers while she was being held against her will. Jim Guy The Fresno Bee

She kicked him out, but he came back and held her against her will. An alarm brought help

June 08, 2017 1:49 PM

More Videos

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn 1:15

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above 1:30

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above

How you can help prevent sexual assaults 8:20

How you can help prevent sexual assaults

California sex offender registry: Is there an unfair standard? 0:48

California sex offender registry: Is there an unfair standard?

Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts 0:24

Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts

Fulton Street turns back time with opening of traffic 1:49

Fulton Street turns back time with opening of traffic

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

Fresno city council clerk gets an emotional apology from Councilman Oliver Baines 2:07

Fresno city council clerk gets an emotional apology from Councilman Oliver Baines

  • Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn

    At a news conference Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, Fresno police Capt. Burke Farrah details a rash of burglaries at Valley pharmacies. The target: codeine-based cough syrup, which is used to make a drug known on the street as "lean," "purple drank" and "sizzurp."