More Videos

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers 1:32

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape 6:39

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape

Low water levels blamed for stuggling fish in Sierra reservoir 0:24

Low water levels blamed for stuggling fish in Sierra reservoir

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida 1:03

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida

What makes Fresno State's George Helmuth go? Jeff Tedford has an answer 1:13

What makes Fresno State's George Helmuth go? Jeff Tedford has an answer

Fresno State coach Tedford on playing Boise State back-to-back 1:15

Fresno State coach Tedford on playing Boise State back-to-back

Gearing up for Black Friday in 2016: It's a lot of work 0:53

Gearing up for Black Friday in 2016: It's a lot of work

Highlights from No. 7 Clovis against No. 2 Clovis West in their D-1 playoff game 1:47

Highlights from No. 7 Clovis against No. 2 Clovis West in their D-1 playoff game

Charles Manson mythology and pop culture 5:01

Charles Manson mythology and pop culture

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains 1:39

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains

  • Fresno State anti-abortion group had its sidewalk messages erased

    Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them in May 2017. In the video, Greg Thatcher, assistant professor of public health, tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group says they had permission to create the message.

Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them in May 2017. In the video, Greg Thatcher, assistant professor of public health, tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group says they had permission to create the message. Fresno State Students for Life
Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them in May 2017. In the video, Greg Thatcher, assistant professor of public health, tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group says they had permission to create the message. Fresno State Students for Life

Fresno State prof says he did nothing wrong, won’t ‘pay a dime’ for erasing anti-abortion messages

November 10, 2017 02:59 PM

UPDATED November 13, 2017 12:52 PM

More Videos

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers 1:32

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape 6:39

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape

Low water levels blamed for stuggling fish in Sierra reservoir 0:24

Low water levels blamed for stuggling fish in Sierra reservoir

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida 1:03

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida

What makes Fresno State's George Helmuth go? Jeff Tedford has an answer 1:13

What makes Fresno State's George Helmuth go? Jeff Tedford has an answer

Fresno State coach Tedford on playing Boise State back-to-back 1:15

Fresno State coach Tedford on playing Boise State back-to-back

Gearing up for Black Friday in 2016: It's a lot of work 0:53

Gearing up for Black Friday in 2016: It's a lot of work

Highlights from No. 7 Clovis against No. 2 Clovis West in their D-1 playoff game 1:47

Highlights from No. 7 Clovis against No. 2 Clovis West in their D-1 playoff game

Charles Manson mythology and pop culture 5:01

Charles Manson mythology and pop culture

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains 1:39

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains

  • Vision Mobile Unit helps kids see clearly at Del Mar Elementary

    The Tzu-Chi Buddhist Foundation’s vision mobile unit visited Del Mar Elementary School in central Fresno on Wednesday morning. Fresno Unified is partnering with the foundation, CalViva Health and Fresno County Superintendent of Schools to provide a comprehensive vision exam to all students referred and glasses for those who need them. The See 2 Succeed program provides an optometrist who conducts a full eye exam and prescribes glasses on the spot, all for free. The program targets students who did not pass their school’s vision screening.