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Fresno County elections officials have counted all the ballots from the June 5 primary, save for a possible straggler here and there as a canvass of each voting precinct continues. "Unless something very bizarre happens, this should be it," Fresno
Text Size: tool goes here The dogs start barking around 6 a.m., the neighbors say. And if there's a morning breeze, the scent of animal waste can be nauseating...If this was in rural California, the makeshift sanctuary for some 200 unwanted pets that'
Text Size: tool goes here California's growers of processing tomatoes are getting a pay raise this year as export markets are rebounding and the industry is set to produce one of the biggest crops in history.
16 PM Text Size: tool goes here The Central Valley Crime Summit on Wednesday night was supposed to be a chance to give the public answers to crime in the city of Fresno and in the rural cities of Fresno County.
Fresno Co. supervisors protest courthouse closures Fresno Co. supervisors protest courthouse closures Fresno County supervisors are waging a last-ditch effort to save seven satellite courthouses slated for closure, agreeing Tuesday to send a letter
21 PM Text Size: tool goes here A Fresno 26-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of repeatedly sexually assaulting a 9-year-old relative, the Fresno County sheriff's spokesman said Wednesday. The girl told her parents that the man, who showed up at
11 PM Text Size: tool goes here The California Secretary of State's Election Fraud Investigation Unit is evaluating complaints against embattled Fresno Unified Trustee Tony Vang to determine whether he violated the elections code.
Text Size: tool goes here Fresno County's retirement system burden may soon get a bit more costly. The California State Controller's Office has informed the county that, in three years, state and federal funds no longer will help pay down debt on
Man assaults Tulare County employee at work Man assaults Tulare County employee at work A man attacked an employee of the Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency at the employee's Visalia workplace Monday. Fresno company fined $45,000 Fresno
tool goes here Big gains in farm employment were augmented by increases in the number of nonfarm jobs to drop the unemployment rate in Fresno County in May to under 15% -- the first time in nearly three years. Figures released Friday by the state