Family, friends, dignitaries and folks of all kinds turned out to welcome home 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee champion Ananya Vinay at Fresno Yosemite International Airport. It capped a whirlwind week that included national TV appearances for the 12-year-old from Fugman Elementary.
Ananya Vinay of Fresno is asked to spell the word "anabolic" in round two of the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Wednesday, May 31, 2017. She likes finding the story behind the words, she says.
Members of Students for Life at Fresno State say other students erased their sidewalk messages and a faculty member confronted them. In the video, Assistant Professor of Public Health Greg Thatcher tells the group their work is outside the free speech area of campus. The group claims they had permission for the messages.
Soren Jacobsen, a sixth grade student at Liddell Elementary, shares his story of defeating cancer, for which he won Exemplary Middle School Poem or Narrative at the Fresno County Young Authors' Faire on Thursday, May 4.
Watch Fresno Unified students compete in the 10th annual Middle School Tournament of Technology technology-based competition that consisted of 14 events in three categories, Robotics, Video Productions and Design, at Gaston Middle School on Saturday.
Hundreds of teachers attended the town hall-style meeting at People’s Church alongside the Fresno Teachers Association on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. The event was intended to signal a new era of open dialog in Fresno Unified School District.
Students from St. Anthony's School in Fresno on Friday, March 24, 2017, help load 15,276 donated diapers for the Saint Agnes Holy Cross Center for Women. The center benefits homeless and underserved women and their children in Fresno.
Students join Every Monday Matters founder Matthew Emerzian to help veterans, the homeless, animals, families and children at You Matter Day on Saturday, March 18, 2017, at Chukchansi Park in downtown Fresno. Emerzian shares what inspired him to create the nonprofit that hopes to inspire people to know how much they matter and to get involved and make a difference.
Volunteers at Mendota High School gather at a cutting party to cut shoe piece shapes from donated denim for Sole Hope, a charity organization which makes shoes for needy children in Africa. Volunteers will be bringing their charity projects to display at You Matter Day at Chukchansi Park on Saturday.