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Man dies in accident at Olam processing plant
LEMOORE — One man is dead after a workplace accident Thursday at the Olam Tomato Processing Plant, Lemoore Police Department officials said.Just after 5:30 a.m., officers with the Lemoore Police Department responded to a report of a traffic collision at the processing plant, which is located in the
BREAKING: Two found dead inside Tulare home, deputies investigate
A neighbor had called worried that they had not seen their neighbors for some time, officials said.Upon arrival, sheriff's deputies made their way into the home and discovered the bodies of two people.Deputies have not said how the people died and their identities have not been released.Detectives a
Police: Worker run over and killed at tomato plant in Lemoore
The collision is still under investigation and anyone with information is encouraged to call the Lemoore Police Department, Corporal Kyle Reynolds, at 559-924-9574.
Blink-182 to preform at Surf Ranch in Lemoore
LEMOORE, California - The World Surf League has announced that blink-182 will perform at Kelly Slater's Surf Ranch Pro. in Lemoore for the World Surf League Championship Tour.They will be performing Saturday, September 8th; the event runs from September 6th through the 9th.The California natives hav
Employee killed in gruesome accident at South Valley processing plant
A tomato plant employee is dead after being ran over by a tomato truck Thursday morning in Lemoore.Just after 5:30 a.m., officers received a report of a traffic collision at the Olam Tomato Procession plant in the 1100 block of South 19th Avenue, according to Lemoore Police Department.
New downtown business: The Ivy
HANFORD — Downtown has a new boutique that promises to bring something new that Hanford has never seen before.The Ivy, located at 201 N. Douty St., had a soft opening the night of the Taco Truck Throwdown in May, but had its official grand opening toward the end of June.“I grew up here, so this is h
Tulare man facing 240 in prison after being found guilty of 24 counts of child molestation
According to the Tulare County District Attorney, a Tulare man, Anthony Myers, 36, was found guilty on 24 counts of child molestation on Thursday.
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Police: Three people caught buying alcohol for minors
HANFORD — The Hanford Police Department is hoping to reduce underage drinking by carrying out several operations to ensure people aren’t buying alcohol for minors.In June, officials said the department received a $90,000 grant from Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) that was part of the Alcohol Polici
This Hanford man just won the lottery, then she hit a jackpot
Two people in love hit the jackpot on one lottery ticket, the California Lottery said.Fred Bastardo of Hanford — seen smiling ear to ear in a photo provided by the California Lottery — visited a local market to buy lottery tickets.He bought one Scratchersticket but it wasn’t a winner, and neither wa
Man arrested for motorcycle theft
LEMOORE — A Hanford man was arrested in Lemoore for allegedly stealing a motorcycle, Lemoore Police Department officials said.Around 1:20 p.m. on July 23, officials said Lemoore officers received a report of a stolen motorcycle from the 100 block of North 19th Avenue. Police said the victim reported
Missing some horse equipment? Tulare County deputies might have what you're looking for
Horse tack can include saddles, stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, and a breastplate. In photos released by detectives, there are a number of decorative pieces along with saddles and bridles.
Former Exeter Police officer, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., charged with the 1975 murder of Claude Snelling in Visalia
Tulare County has charged Joseph James DeAngelo Jr., 72, with one count of murder with a special allegation that a firearm was used. File photo.
Hanford barn dance is a do si do
HANFORD — Monthly dance parties are showing that barn dancing is anything but “square.”Hanford Parks and Recreation hosts another installment of its monthly $5 Barn Dance from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. The events take place every third Wednesday of each month at the Hanford Civic Auditorium.“Some people l
Suspected drunken driver crashes into parked cars
HANFORD — A suspected drunken driver lost control of his car Tuesday morning and crashed into parked vehicles, said Hanford Police Department officials.Around 9:30 a.m., officials said officers and emergency personnel were dispatched to the 300 block of North Green Street regarding a single vehicle
5 Juvenile Robbers Arrested for Ivanhoe and Monson Crimes
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It could be years before the Golden State Killer returns to Visalia
While prosecutors believe the crime started in Visalia, it could be a while before DeAngelo, 72, is back in town to faces the charges filed Monday — 44 years after he is suspected of pulling the trigger.
Probation search nets six arrests, one citation
LEMOORE — Complaints of suspicious activity in one Lemoore neighborhood led to the arrest or citation of seven people for various firearm and drug charges, Lemoore Police Department officials said.Just before 1 p.m. on Aug. 7, the Problem Oriented Policing Team, with the help of the Lemoore detectiv
One person injured in solo car crash
HANFORD — A solo-vehicle crash in Hanford on Thursday left one person injured, said California High Patrol officials.Around 11:45 p.m., officers from the Hanford area CHP responded to the area of Avenue 19 ½, south of Hanford Armona Road, for a report of a traffic collision.
DA: Visalia Ransacker is Golden State Killer, East Area Rapist
Police said the Visalia Ransacker, later identified as Joseph DeAngelo, 72, would break into homes and collect keepsake items, leaving behind valuables. He often made himself a meal before sneaking out into the night.