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Past articles by Carmen:

Cancer patients are being denied drugs, even with doctor prescriptions and good insurance

Cancer patients are being denied drugs prescribed by doctors, even with good insurance. Pharmacy benefit managers, known as PBMs, can trump a doctor’s medical judgment. A Fresno CA woman is fighting for her life. → Read More

Arrest made after illegal fireworks caught Visalia home on fire, killing elderly man

A Visalia, CA man was arrested for allegedly igniting illegal fireworks on July 4, 2019 that caught an elderly man’s home on fire. Ramon Fierro, 86, died in the blaze. Detectives are asking for information. → 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

Livy Garcia has a rare disease. Her aunt, a Clovis teacher, used a tiger to help her heal

Children’s book “Tiger Livy” is about a girl with juvenile dermatomyositis, a chronic illness. It was co-authored by a high school English teacher in Clovis, California. Proceeds go to the Cure JM Foundation. → Read More

Man nearly drowns in closed portion of Kings River in Fresno County

A man nearly drowned in a closed portion of the Kings River near Pine Flat Lake in Fresno County, California on June 28, 2019. The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office offers tips for swimmers to stay safe. → Read More

Tioga Road, Yosemite’s only route over Sierra, to fully reopen without restrictions

Tioga Road (Highway 120), Yosemite National Park’s only route over the Sierra Nevada, will fully reopen with no restrictions July 1, 2019. Some campgrounds and Tuolumne Meadows services aren’t yet available. → Read More

Renowned Fresno State professor researched perceptions of time, kindness, around the world

Fresno State professor and social psychologist Robert “Bob” Levine died June 22, 2019. He is the author of international best-seller “A Geography of Time.” He won awards for his research, writing and teaching. → Read More

Fresno County teen is missing. Reedley police ask for public’s help to find her

Harley Tuttle, 15, has been missing from Reedley in Fresno County, California, since June 24, 2019. Police are asking for the public’s help to find the missing girl. Friends say the teen might be in Clovis, CA. → Read More

People really want to find this couple to give them their glorious Yosemite love photo

The internet is looking for a couple to give them a photo taken at Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park of light shining on them. It was shared on social media and retweeted on Twitter thousands of times. → Read More

Miss California competitions draw 62 candidates for week of events at Saroyan Theatre

The 2019 Miss California competition is back in Fresno this week for the 26th straight year, culminating with a crowning Saturday evening. The schedule includes preliminaries and Miss California Outstanding Teen. → Read More

Camp Fire destroyed their Paradise home. They finally got a new one — fully-furnished

The Camp Fire in Paradise, California destroyed the home of a family of four. They moved into a new house in Clovis, CA in June 2019. It was sold with furniture thanks to an elderly couple. → Read More

Tioga Road, only route over Sierra in Yosemite, to reopen with limited access

Tioga Road (Highway 120 East), the only route over the Sierra Nevada in Yosemite National Park, California, will reopen Friday, June 21, 2019 with limited access to vehicles and bikes as snow plowing continues. → Read More

Yosemite glamping: Tent cabins, yurts, Airstreams and RVs in and near the national park

Where can you go glamping in Yosemite National Park, California? Options include luxury tents, yurts, Airstream trailers, RVs and private campgrounds in areas like Half Dome Village and Tuolumne Meadows. → Read More

Hiker who planned to summit Mount Whitney is missing. Search underway, information wanted

A search is underway to find missing hiker Ling Dao of Virginia who planned to summit Mount Whitney in California last week. The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office is asking for additional information. → Read More

Man died behind Fresno County church. Homicide detectives search for person of interest

Fresno County Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives are looking for person of interest Jose Rangel, believed to have information about a deadly shooting near a Catholic church in the Three Rocks/Cantua Creek area. → Read More

Girl, 10, youngest to climb El Capitan’s Nose in Yosemite. Parents’ love story inspired her

A 10-year-old girl just rock climbed El Capitan’s Nose in Yosemite National Park. Selah Schneiter became the youngest recorded person to climb the famous route up the granite monolith in California. → Read More

When will Yosemite’s Tioga Road reopen? Here’s what we know about the road over the Sierra

Tioga Road (Highway 120) over the Sierra Nevada in Yosemite National Park remains closed due to snow. Highways 108 and 4, which go over the Sierra north of Yosemite, are open. Other Yosemite roads are open. → Read More

Visalia man guilty of molesting young girls in Tulare and Fresno counties, jury says

A Visalia CA man convicted of molesting girls in Tulare and Fresno counties between 2008 and 2017, the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office announced June 12, 2019. He faces 132 years-to-life in prison. → Read More

Steam locomotives near Yosemite offer train rides into past, including ‘moonlight special’

Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad near Yosemite National Park, California, offers historic steam train rides. It’s located off Highway 41 between Oakhurst and Fish Camp, and night rides include BBQ dinner. → Read More