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  • High-speed rail workers move massive girders into place for new bridge

    Contractors for the California High-Speed Rail Authority installed the first of 42 massive girders for the new Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno on Thursday, June 16, 2016. The bridge will span both existing freight railroad tracks and new high-speed passenger-train tracks.

Contractors for the California High-Speed Rail Authority installed the first of 42 massive girders for the new Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno on Thursday, June 16, 2016. The bridge will span both existing freight railroad tracks and new high-speed passenger-train tracks. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Contractors for the California High-Speed Rail Authority installed the first of 42 massive girders for the new Tuolumne Street bridge in downtown Fresno on Thursday, June 16, 2016. The bridge will span both existing freight railroad tracks and new high-speed passenger-train tracks. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
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Police hold suspect for witnesses after report of central Fresno gunfire 0:19

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Meet the advocates who help trafficking victims rebuild their lives 1:58

Meet the advocates who help trafficking victims rebuild their lives

Central Section crowns its Division I girls and boys cross country champs 0:56

Central Section crowns its Division I girls and boys cross country champs

YHS homecoming parade 7:21

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  • Fresno protesters criticize proposed federal budget

    At a protest in Fresno, Daniel O’Connell, executive director of the Central Valley Partnership, criticizes the federal budget passed by the House on Thursday, Oct. 26 for its massive cuts to health care affecting vulnerable seniors, people with disabilities, hungry children and families.