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Past articles by Pedro:

Madera woman brutally beaten during carjacking attempt

A quick trip to the grocery store quickly turns into an attempted carjacking for one Madera woman. According to Madera Police Sergeant Mark Trukki, the crime happened in July but the agency released the video and images on Wednesday asking the public to help identify the two suspects. Trukki said investigators were able to obtain […] → Read More

Bonsai Theft: Central Fresno nursery robbed of two trees worth 8,000 dollars

A Central Fresno nursery was burglarized over the weekend, the crooks took off with some unique bonsai trees. Grey Anderson is a master at work with his pruning sheers, with each cut he shapes these miniature marvels into a living work of art. He has owned Nee-Hai Bonsai for 26 years. He takes care of […] → Read More

Fresno police seek help in identifying 3 women in 7-Eleven robberies

Fresno police officers are looking for three women who allegedly robbed several 7-Eleven stores around the city. The latest happening early Tuesday morning, the store clerk at the 7-Eleven located on Fresno and Bullard shaken up after a female suspect showed a gun to the clerk. “A single female had entered the store did some […] → Read More

Two Fresno City Councilmembers asking Cal Trans to pick up highway trash or get sued

Two city council members are fed up with the trash that can be found on the side of any Fresno highway. “It’s a disgrace,” Garry Bredefeld, District 6 Councilman said. Bredefeld said Cal Trans is responsible at maintaining the highway and the embankments. He said Cal Trans has not done it’s job, leaving many Fresno […] → Read More

Friant Dam operators release water into San Joaquin River, Millerton Lake at capacity

A massive flow of fresh water being released from Friant Dam on Tuesday as Millerton Lake reached capacity. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Deputy Area Manager Duane Stroup said the reservoir has seen above average snow melt this year compare to years past. Stroup said when the lake reaches full capacity, it gives officials an opportunity […] → Read More

58 shots fired into crowd celebrating Fourth of July in Southeast Fresno, one dead, three injured

A Fourth of July block party turns deadly as a vicious gun battle erupts in Southeast Fresno. The gun fight was reported on Thursday on East Hamilton and South Recreation Avenues just after 10:00 p.m. “This was a shoot out,” Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said. On Friday, Chief Dyer updated the public about the […] → Read More

Dozens of farm workers exposed to pesticide south of Kerman

Gerawan farm workers out harvesting fruit were exposed to a pesticide just south of Kerman Thursday morning. According to the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office, a contractor in a vehicle was spraying a pesticide nearby, he didn’t realize these farm workers were working in a field. “When we arrived we had a report of 75 people […] → Read More

Southwest Fresno to get new youth center and park

A new youth center and park will be coming to southwest Fresno by the end of the year. On Tuesday, community leaders broke ground on the $1.4 million project, which was paid for through private and public funding. “Thank you, because you’ve opened up a door of dreams, aspirations, peace and hope for us youth […] → Read More

West Nile virus found in mosquitoes in NE Fresno

West Nile virus was detected in a northeast neighborhood after a mosquito trap tested positive earlier this week. Kathrine Ramirez told Your Central Valley the virus arrived sooner this year compared to last year, when the West Nile virus was detected in mosquitoes in July. “So with all of the rain and our temperatures spiked. […] → Read More

Central Fresno neighbors fed up with property crime, homeless problem

People living in Central Fresno are coming together to speak out against a recent spike in property crimes. → Read More

Lower Kings River closed to recreational users in Fresno County

The Fresno County Sheriff's Office announced the closure of lower Kings River to all recreational users on Tuesday. → Read More

Several companies drop Fresno Grizzlies sponsorship amid Memorial Day video controversy

Several companies announced Thursday they are cutting ties with the Fresno Grizzlies after the minor league baseball team aired a Memorial Day video, which some found offensive. → Read More

10 tons of trash collected after event on Virginia Beach

Ten tons of trash was left behind following a Memorial Day weekend event. → Read More

State senate bill would require clergy to report child abuse

SB 360 focusing on clergy members across California would require Catholic priests to report other priests or co-workers, who have admitted abusing of neglecting a child, even if the abuser said it in the confessional. → Read More

Police search for driver in fatal hit-and run in Madera

Madera Police are looking for the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian with their truck. → Read More

High Speed rail project to cost taxpayers more money.

Taxpayers could be reaching into their pockets again to make the high speed rail project a reality. → Read More

Homeless man vandalizes Visalia Fire Station with a gardening tool

Visalia Firefighters are cleaning up after their fire station was vandalized overnight. → Read More

Fresno woman charged with targeting immigrants in real estate scam

Several people were scammed out of their own money after a Fresno woman posed a real estate agent in Parlier. → Read More

Fresno woman charged with targeting immigrants in real estate scam

Several people were scammed out of their own money after a Fresno woman posed a real estate agent in Parlier. → Read More

Merced Police cracking down on drivers rolling through stop signs

Police officers in Merced are cracking down on drivers rolling through stop signs around the city. → Read More