Cat yoga: The purrfect new yoga class in San Luis Obispo
Kittens caused giggles as they skittered around yoga participants in a new "Yoga with Cats" class at Woods Humane Society in San Luis Obispo. The class is held on Sundays. The first class held Sunday, July 2, 2017 was sold out. For more informatio
Stacey Gonzales, whose daughter Janessa Ramirez, 9, was killed in the crossfire of a gang shooting in 2015, speaks on how she can forgive her daughter's killer, Brian Cook, who was sentenced for the crime last week.
Norah Kerr, 4, with the help of her mother, Amanda, raises money by recycling to help rescue shelter dogs. Her donations help the Fresno Humane Animal Services prepare and send adoptable dogs from Fresno to areas with fewer adoptable dogs.
A small protest was held Friday, July 20, 2018, outside of the T-mobile store off Shaw and Blackstone avenues to demand an apology for Dorian Johnson, the young, black man who had a gun pointed at him while shopping for a cell phone June 25, 2018.
Although Joey Chestnut skipped out on this year, it was a close race to see who can put away as many tacos as they can in 8 minutes during the World Taco-Eating Championship, part of the Taco Truck Throwdown event at Chukchansi Park in Fresno.
Dubbed "The Ocho," the eighth annual Taco Truck Throwdown at the Fresno Tacos game gave visitors more than 30 taco trucks to taste from. On Friday, another taco truck event will feature The World Taco Eating Championship as well as DJ Quik and Ayala.
UC Merced Chancellor Dorothy Leland celebrates Fred Ruiz, recipient of the 2018 CASE Fisher Award for Distinguished Service to Education. Ruiz, co-founder of Ruiz Foods, has been a friend to both UC Merced and Fresno State.
Linda Birnbaum, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, visited Fresno on Thursday. She held a community forum with regional environmental advocates and toured sites of environmental concern.