More Videos

Accident at HSR construction site injures two 0:41

Accident at HSR construction site injures two

4,500-calorie meals and other fun Thanksgiving facts 1:35

4,500-calorie meals and other fun Thanksgiving facts

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 12:44

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade

Take a boat ride on the San Joaquin River bordering Fresno 2:00

Take a boat ride on the San Joaquin River bordering Fresno

Sights and sounds from Fresno City College football game against Butte 1:41

Sights and sounds from Fresno City College football game against Butte

Highlights from Day 1 of the Pismo Beach Open surf competition 1:08

Highlights from Day 1 of the Pismo Beach Open surf competition

Jeff Tedford on Josh Allen: 'He's a special player' 0:56

Jeff Tedford on Josh Allen: 'He's a special player'

What is REAL ID? 1:02

What is REAL ID?

Red Wave gives their thoughts on the Fresno State season 1:27

Red Wave gives their thoughts on the Fresno State season

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

  • Apartment family lives with roaches, mice, mold and neglect. Why will no one help?

    Luis Decubas, his wife and children live in a southeast Fresno apartment that is infested with roaches and mice. He says he has called his landlord and city government but the conditions persist. The family is part of Fresno's entrenched problem with blighted housing, a crisis that affects the pocketbooks and standards of living of everyone in the city.

Luis Decubas, his wife and children live in a southeast Fresno apartment that is infested with roaches and mice. He says he has called his landlord and city government but the conditions persist. The family is part of Fresno's entrenched problem with blighted housing, a crisis that affects the pocketbooks and standards of living of everyone in the city. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee
Luis Decubas, his wife and children live in a southeast Fresno apartment that is infested with roaches and mice. He says he has called his landlord and city government but the conditions persist. The family is part of Fresno's entrenched problem with blighted housing, a crisis that affects the pocketbooks and standards of living of everyone in the city. Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee

Fresno apartments crawling with mice, roaches but fearful tenants stay quiet

May 08, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED June 03, 2016 07:59 AM

More Videos

Accident at HSR construction site injures two 0:41

Accident at HSR construction site injures two

4,500-calorie meals and other fun Thanksgiving facts 1:35

4,500-calorie meals and other fun Thanksgiving facts

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade 12:44

Human trafficking: Slaves of the sex trade

Take a boat ride on the San Joaquin River bordering Fresno 2:00

Take a boat ride on the San Joaquin River bordering Fresno

Sights and sounds from Fresno City College football game against Butte 1:41

Sights and sounds from Fresno City College football game against Butte

Highlights from Day 1 of the Pismo Beach Open surf competition 1:08

Highlights from Day 1 of the Pismo Beach Open surf competition

Jeff Tedford on Josh Allen: 'He's a special player' 0:56

Jeff Tedford on Josh Allen: 'He's a special player'

What is REAL ID? 1:02

What is REAL ID?

Red Wave gives their thoughts on the Fresno State season 1:27

Red Wave gives their thoughts on the Fresno State season

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

  • Fresno's first substandard housing takeover is rehabbed and ready for resale

    Mayor Lee Brand is committed to fixing Fresno's blighted housing problem.