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Memorial services for two California Highway Patrol officers killed in a crash south of Fresno have been scheduled. CHP Officer Axel Reyes says Brian Law and Juan Gonzalez will be honored at a ceremony next Monday at the Save Mart Center in Fresno.
The officers, who have not been identified, collided with a white pickup truck on southbound Highway 99 about 6 a.m., the CHP said. Southbound Highway 99 is shut down at Bethel Avenue north of Sierra Street near Kingsburg Monday morning following the
Two California Highway Patrol officers were killed in an early Monday morning multi-vehicle crash on a Central Valley freeway, authorities said. According to reports, the crash happened on Highway 99 in the Central Valley town of Kingsburg at about 6
Road work will be performed Sunday morning on the slow lane of northbound Highway 99 between Kingsburg and Selma, the California Department of Transportation said. The slow lane will be closed near Bethel and Kamm avenues from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m...
Dinuba 11 4 2 16 33 Kingsburg 7 10 13 14 44 D: Kelsey Casas 12, Danyel Lujan 6, Julianna Swilley 4, Nani Gomez 4, Leah Lopez 3, Jessica Martinez 2, Nani Gomez 2. K: Megan Willis 10, Ally Flores 6, Julia Burge 6, Remy Hamada 5, Paige Wilson 4, Sophia
The northbound Traver exit on Highway 99 will temporarily close due to the Goshen to Kingsburg 6-lane widening project in Fresno and Tulare counties, the California Department of Transportation said. Caltrans said the Traver exit will close for about
Kingsburg High football coach Dave Steele gathered his offensive line for an impromptu meeting before school let out Friday. His message? "I really challenged them to step up," Steele said. "We had to run the ball and be physical up front...Left
The meet was separated by graduating class and gender, although younger runners had the option to participate in the Senior Sweepstakes race. The course was slightly different than the Kingsburg 2-mile track the Eagles ran in 2012. Junior Aaron
Ellis, who had been stoic throughout most of the three-week trial, wept uncontrollably once the verdict was announced in Fresno County Superior Court. "I didn't do this," a trembling Ellis told her lawyer, Antonio Alvarez, who hugged and consoled her
Some Canadian athletes are funding the pursuit of their Olympic dreams by giving away mementos, experiences and their own time in exchange for money. Signed race bibs and equipment, snowboard and diving lessons, personal phone calls, hand-knitted