More Videos

Uncle Harry's closes its Fig Garden bagelry doors for good 0:36

Uncle Harry's closes its Fig Garden bagelry doors for good

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above 1:30

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above

Trump is 'stalled,' says Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa 1:30

Trump is 'stalled,' says Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa

'Crazy' Florida policewoman barehands an anaconda, places it into custody 2:26

'Crazy' Florida policewoman barehands an anaconda, places it into custody

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn 1:15

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn

Impressed yet? Fresno State off to 3-0 start in conference play 2:38

Impressed yet? Fresno State off to 3-0 start in conference play

Fiestas Patrias at Manchester Center, but returns to downtown next year 1:30

Fiestas Patrias at Manchester Center, but returns to downtown next year

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

Muy travieso, y un poco serio: Mira a Larry Hernández en concierto en la feria de Fresno 4:14

Muy travieso, y un poco serio: Mira a Larry Hernández en concierto en la feria de Fresno

Jeff Tedford on Ronnie Rivers: 'He's got football savvy' 1:17

Jeff Tedford on Ronnie Rivers: 'He's got football savvy'

  • Keith Foster attorney calls drug conviction a tragedy

    E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down.

E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down. John Walker The Fresno Bee
E. Marshall Hodgkins, Foster’s lawyer, called the result “a tragedy.” He said Foster was offered a plea deal of four years in prison during the trial, but turned it down. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Is convicted cop Foster delusional? Or just trying to dodge prison?

June 06, 2017 7:01 PM

More Videos

Uncle Harry's closes its Fig Garden bagelry doors for good 0:36

Uncle Harry's closes its Fig Garden bagelry doors for good

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above 1:30

Fire's devastation in Santa Rosa seen from above

Trump is 'stalled,' says Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa 1:30

Trump is 'stalled,' says Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa

'Crazy' Florida policewoman barehands an anaconda, places it into custody 2:26

'Crazy' Florida policewoman barehands an anaconda, places it into custody

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn 1:15

Thieves are targeting pharmacies for codeine-based cough syrup, Fresno police warn

Impressed yet? Fresno State off to 3-0 start in conference play 2:38

Impressed yet? Fresno State off to 3-0 start in conference play

Fiestas Patrias at Manchester Center, but returns to downtown next year 1:30

Fiestas Patrias at Manchester Center, but returns to downtown next year

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

Muy travieso, y un poco serio: Mira a Larry Hernández en concierto en la feria de Fresno 4:14

Muy travieso, y un poco serio: Mira a Larry Hernández en concierto en la feria de Fresno

Jeff Tedford on Ronnie Rivers: 'He's got football savvy' 1:17

Jeff Tedford on Ronnie Rivers: 'He's got football savvy'

  • Worn Poverello House warehouse leaks, in need of repairs

    Poverello House Executive Director Cruz Avila looks over donations that are in danger of being damaged because the warehouse roof leaks during rain storms and is in need of major repairs. The Raise the Roof fund drive hopes to help make the necessary repairs.

About Bill McEwen

Bill McEwen

@fresnomac

Bill McEwen writes about the people and events impacting the San Joaquin Valley. He is The Bee's editorial page editor. Email: bmcewen@fresnobee.com/b>.