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You're in the Sports section Fresno City rallies past NorCal No. The Fresno Bee Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 11:00 PM Text Size: tool goes here Fresno City College football coach Tony Caviglia, unhappy about how his team competed last week in a loss to
00 PM Text Size: tool goes here Six months after passage of a $280 million bond measure in 2010, Fresno Unified School District changed the way many of its construction contracts were awarded. The traditional practice of choosing the lowest bid was
Rushed 24 times for 337 yards and three TDs in victory against Yosemite. Gregory Quezada, Reedley: Clinched Pirates' win over Roosevelt with fourth TD of the game...Jacob Hernandez, Lindsay: Helped Cardinals clinch share of ESL title with 50-yard TD.
Led by a talented sophomore class, the Merced College football team appeared to have the pieces in place to return to NorCal relevance. The Blue Devils (0-2 Golden Gate Conference, 2-6) had hopes of producing the first winning season since 1997 and
The former Merced High star showed off his dual-threat ability passing for 306 yards and four touchdowns and rushing for 60 yards and another score. Most importantly for Merced College, he did it all without turning the ball over. The only thing
Vinson said that football helps take away the pain for a while but it also serves as a reminder of the life his brother won't get to live. "We were very close," Vinson said. "I feel like he's out there watching me when we play, so I try to go out and
Two recent Fresno fatalities are being called homicides Two recent Fresno fatalities are being called homicides Two bodies found in Fresno on Tuesday and Wednesday are being investigated as murders, Fresno police Lt...The body of Gabriel Nunes, 51,
Despite consecutive subpar showings to close out nonconference play, the goals for the Merced college football team remain the same. The Blue Devils want to win the Golden Gate Conference title and record the school's first winning season since 1997.
tool goes here An Iraq war veteran was found guilty Tuesday by a Fresno County Superior Court jury of trying to kill his estranged wife, her brother and mother in their Reedley home in 2009, despite his claim of post-traumatic stress disorder.
tool goes here Reedley gang members are expected to turn on each other in testimony this week at the trial for a 2-year-old murder. Opening arguments began Monday in the case against the alleged shooter, Ricardo Villanueva, 21, and Juan Hernandez, 23,