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A California man has been sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for killing the mother of his children and stabbing his lawyer in the face. The Fresno Bee reports (http://bit.ly/18aIDUw) 30-year-old Rafael Mendoza of Watsonville was sentenced
Competitive California races Likely Republican CA-10 (Modesto) Republican Rep. Jeff Denham Lean Republican CA-21 (Tulare) Republican Rep. David Valadao Democratic toss-up CA-07 (Sacramento) Democratic Rep. Ami Bera CA-36 (Riverside) Democratic Rep.
The Fresno Bee A Madera man and former transit union secretary-treasurer pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $41,000 from the union and to access device fraud...Raimer, 43, was the former secretary-treasurer of Amalgamated Transit Union
The Fresno Bee For 40 years, Debra Hollingshed has made her home in Matheny Tract, where the water is contaminated with arsenic and nitrates. "It's still drinkable, but gets less and less drinkable," said Hollingshed, a board member of Pratt Mutual
Kuipers has been appointed to HealthCare California's Professional Advisory Committee. The committee is mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide community recommendations to home health agencies The Guarantee Good Will
The Santa Rosa Press-Democrat The man who died Saturday after being found unconscious in a kayak off of the Sonoma coast was a Tulare County resident...Ehnisz was found Saturday morning off of Shell Beach in The Sea Ranch. Firefighters were called at
Is there a chemical that would kill it without killing the ivy? So far, nurseries have suggested that I cut the ivy down to the roots and use a pre-emergent...I am told you are the best authority, and I really want your wisdom and recommendations.
No damage was reported or expected. The earthquake was less than one mile beneath the earth's surface at 35.479N 118.284W; or 12 miles south of Weldon, 25 miles north-northeast of Tehachapi, 29 miles northwest of California City
The Fresno Bee Marquess Wilson, at age 14, never liked sitting at home and doing chores. So he did something about it, deciding along with some friends to go out for the football team at Tulare High. "I just wanted to play," Wilson said, " and hang
6 p.m., Kerman High School Stadium, 205 South 1st St. $5, $3 ages 4-10...Orange Cove: 6 p.m., fireworks at dusk, Orange Cove Community Center, 1705 Anchor Ave...Selma: 5:30 p.m., fireworks at dusk, Selma High School, Staley Stadium, Thompson Avenue