Kayla Wilson, Fresno County Office of Education's sex educator, refutes the concept that some parents and even school board members hold that sex ed will lead to more sexual activities among students. The goal, she says, is to be able to offer teens the options of making healthy decisions, and encouraging discussions between them and their parents or a trusted adult.
PJ Kuzmitski, 14, whose leg was amputated after a practice injury, had his spirits lifted with a visit from his teammates and Clovis High players on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, at Valley Children's Hospital.
Steve Moua said he pitched the plan for a Hmong homeland on TV because “we are the indigenous people of Asia. That is our home.” He denied taking advantage of anyone: “People have a right to donate. We never harmed anyone.”
The Fresno businessman, speaking in Hmong, says that despite the conviction of his Minnesota colleague for what federal prosecutors said was a scam, Moua plans to reunite with Seng Xiong once he's free again and keep working toward the homeland goal.
Woodlake resident Clarissa Renteria shares a moving story about her struggle to afford pads and tampons, including feeling like a burden to her family. She has used toilet paper or newspaper in the place of menstrual products
Virginia La Salle, with Linda Crowder, offer prayers for anyone walking or driving by the canopies they set up at Van Ness and Belmont avenues. La Salle is leading a campaign to have 100 prayer tents around Fresno this weekend. The purpose: To help anyone who wants prayer.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said he was “stunned” and “broken-hearted” by the comments made by Rep. Frederica Wilson on the President’s phone to the widow of a fallen soldier during the Thursday’s press briefing.