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California death-row inmate’s story of innocence will be shown in an unlikely place

In 2017, French journalist Agnès Buthion, right, posed for a picture with Keith Zon Doolin of Fresno, center. Buthion and cameraman Christopher Robson, left, went to San Quentin State Prison where Doolin has been on death row since his 1996 conviction for shooting six sex workers in Fresno.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom brings his campaign for governor back to Fresno
Fresno council’s new leader is proud of the role. But her relationship can silence her
Fresno shop gives away buttons in honor of Florida teen’s rallying speech
Student says a science fair competition was rigged. Critics say his lawsuit is ‘bogus’
ICE targeted at least three more Valley farms with employee audits, nonprofit says
Suit says nursing home to blame for man losing an eye. Critic calls it a ‘shakedown.’
Grizzly Fest finally reveals daily lineups and tickets. Here’s who’s playing when

Entertainment & Living

He’s young. He’s awkward. And he’s selling out clubs
Five Things To Do Today, Sunday, Feb. 18 | Lee Ann Womack, tattoos & succulents
Former Tahoe Joe’s to become new-to-Fresno Mexican chain restaurant
Caution: Cleaning this way is like smoking a pack a day, study says


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