Ashleigh Panoo, EdSource

Ashleigh Panoo

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Central California, CA, United States

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Past:
  • EdSource
  • The Fresno Bee
  • The Modesto Bee
  • The Sacramento Bee
  • The Tribune
  • MercedSunStar
  • Officer.com
  • Bradenton Herald
  • TriCityHerald
  • The Ledger-Enquirer

Past articles by Ashleigh:

Later start times present new challenges for school leaders

As school bells across the state ring at a different time than usual this year for middle and high school students due to a new law mandating later start times, administrators have had to tackle some new challenges, including navigating student and parent needs. → Read More

Books from Valley authors: A book series for Indy, History of Russian Christianity set

Two authors and an illustrator with ties to Central CA have published books: Teresa Adamo and Jennifer Williams-Cordova’s “Indy, Oh Indy” series, and Daniel Shubin’s 4-volume set of the History of Russian Christianity. → Read More

‘I don’t want to pack and go.’ Oakhurst business owner in danger of closing

Oakhurst, CA business owner Amir Sade fears he may have to close his celestial gift shop, Heavens, if business doesn’t pick up soon. → Read More

Second son dies in hospital after drowned by mother, sheriff’s office says

Jacob Ray Telnas died July 7, a week after his mother, Sherri Telnas, was accused of drowning his brother and attempting to drown him in Porterville, CA. She allegedly tried to drown the child previously. → Read More

Police: Burglar steals phone, GPS used to track him down

Visalia, CA police say they tracked down a burglar who stole a cash and a phone on July 6 using the GPS feature on the cell phone. → Read More

Teen arrested on suspicion of DUI after morning crash

A 16-year-old boy is suspected of drinking and driving after a crash near Terra Bella, CA on the morning of July 5. → Read More

Emergency repairs underway on major highway after Ridgecrest quake. Could cost millions

Caltrans crews on Sunday began repairing damage to Highway 178 caused by the recent earthquakes that rocked the Ridgecrest area and beyond, allocating $3.1 million for needed repairs to Highway 178. → Read More

Emergency repairs underway on major highway after Ridgecrest quake. Could cost millions

Caltrans crews on Sunday began repairing damage to Highway 178 caused by the recent earthquakes that rocked the Ridgecrest area and beyond, allocating $3.1 million for needed repairs to Highway 178. → Read More

Emergency repairs underway on major highway after Ridgecrest quake. Could cost millions

Caltrans crews on Sunday began repairing damage to Highway 178 caused by the recent earthquakes that rocked the Ridgecrest area and beyond, allocating $3.1 million for needed repairs to Highway 178. → Read More

Emergency repairs underway on major highway after Ridgecrest quake. Could cost millions

Caltrans crews on Sunday began repairing damage to Highway 178 caused by the recent earthquakes that rocked the Ridgecrest area and beyond, allocating $3.1 million for needed repairs to Highway 178. → Read More

Emergency repairs underway on major highway after Ridgecrest quake. Could cost millions

Caltrans crews on Sunday began repairing damage to Highway 178 caused by the recent earthquakes that rocked the Ridgecrest area and beyond, allocating $3.1 million for needed repairs to Highway 178. → Read More

What drove new Mercedes-Benz dealership owner to success? He credits grandparents

After a long career in Fresno’s auto industry that began with him dropping out of college, Scott Biehl became owner and dealer principal of Mercedes-Benz of Fresno in April. He’s already set his next goal. → Read More

Can’t see KSEE24 or CBS47 on DirecTV? Here’s why, plus how you can still see your shows

DirecTV and AT&T U-verse users lost access to Nexstar stations on July 4, 2019, after the two companies failed to reach a contract agreement. KSEE24 and CBS47 in Fresno, CA, were affected by the outage. → Read More

Did you feel that? Earthquake rumbles in California, felt in Fresno

A magnitude 6.6 earthquake rattled the Central San Joaquin Valley on Thursday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey. → Read More

‘It kind of scared me.’ Fresno gets shaken by Southern California quake

The Central Valley felt the 6.4 earthquake which struck Thursday morning near Ridgecrest, 224 miles southeast of Fresno, according to U.S. Geological Survey. It shook Southern California and parts of Nevada. → Read More

Wounded Fresno County Sheriff’s deputy ‘healing up’ after being shot, department says

Deputy John Erickson, who was shot during an intense gunfight in Tollhouse, CA on July 2, is on the road to recovery, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office shared. → Read More

Excessive force? Police chief says Facebook video isn’t the full story

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer addressed a Facebook video showing police in Fresno, CA striking a man believed to be high on methamphetamine and armed with a knife on July 3. → Read More

Law enforcement officer shot in Fresno County. Emergency responders scrambling

Emergency responders are scrambling to the Tollhouse area in rural northeast Fresno County after reports of gunshots fired at law enforcement. At least one law enforcement officer was reported to have been shot. → Read More

Armed standoff ends in arrest after tense day. Fresno County deputy shot, in surgery

Fresno County Sheriff’s Office deputy John Erickson was shot in the leg responding to a property dispute near Tollhouse in rural Fresno County in California. The search for a gunman continued on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. → Read More

Fallen Sacramento officer’s family wants to honor her with police dog

The family of fallen Sacramento police officer Tara O’Sullivan hopes to raise $20,000 to purchase, train and care for a K-9 dog in her honor. The California officer was killed during a domestic violence call. → Read More