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Campaign finance loopholes need to be closed
Russian trolls just spent at least $100,000 on political ads on Facebook during the 2016 election. This is a serious, serious issue and just the tip of the iceberg. It is imperative that we close all campaign finance loopholes that give foreign governments and agents the opportunity to use shell cor
Several people sprayed with 'noxious substance' at London shopping center
(CNN) - A number of people were injured after a group of males sprayed them with what appears to be "a noxious substance" near Stratford Shopping Centre in East London, London Metropolitan Police said Saturday night. It's believed six people were hurt in the incident at 8 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET)
Pedestrian hit and killed on Highway 198
ARMONA - A pedestrian who was on the shoulder of Highway 198 was hit and killed by the driver of a truck traveling on the highway, according to California Highway Patrol officials. CHP officials said when officers arrived on scene, they determined the victim, a Hispanic male in his 70s from Lemoore,
Lemoore High will perform 'The Jungle Book'
LEMOORE - The Lemoore High School Players will take on the adaptation of "The Jungle Book" by Joseph Robinette from Rudyard Kipling's "The Mowgli Stories" Oct. 2-4 in the LHS Auditorium. Each show will begin at 7 p.m. with two other additional shows on Oct. 5 and 6 that will be during school hours
High-speed rail construction to start in Kings County
HANFORD - The California High-Speed Rail Authority announced new construction work in Kings County will begin Monday and includes overpass, embankment, utilities and bridge construction at Kent Avenue and Kansas Avenue, between State Route 43 and 9 Avenue. Work is scheduled to continue through 2018.
Five Things To Do Today, Friday, Sept. 22 | Murder mystery, zoo at night and more
The guitar legend has played with Paul McCartney, George Harrison, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, to name a few. He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 as a founding member of Traffic. Hanford Fox Theatre, 326 N. Irwin St., Hanford, 559-584-7423, www.foxhanford
Council sets date for Ramirez recall election
HANFORD - The Hanford City Council met Tuesday and discussed a date for the recall election of Councilman Francisco Ramirez and possible zoning changes to allow medical offices outside of the downtown area. A group of Hanford residents recently petitioned for the recall of Ramirez because they belie
Apartment fire may have been arson
HANFORD - Five people are now displaced from their homes after an apartment fire occurred Tuesday evening, leaving over $10,000 in damages, according to officials. At around 6 p.m., Hanford Fire officials said crews responded to a dispatch call reporting an apartment fire in the 800 block of North G
Faraday Future executive visits Hanford
HANFORD - After announcing plans to locate an electric car manufacturing facility in Hanford, Faraday Future has been relatively mum about definite plans; but one of the car company's executives paid a visit to Hanford Thursday to give an update on the company. Dag Reckhorn, Faraday Future's senior
A half-century later, Delta water bypass still just a notion
I first heard the term "peripheral canal" more than 40 years ago, during a forum of state water officials in Stockton. It came from the lips of William Gianelli, who had returned to his birthplace to tout a canal to carry Sacramento River water around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the head of
Annual STEM event encourages girls to expand their horizons
STOCKTON - Christina Booker sat on the edge of her chair tinkering with the Legos scattered in front of her as two of her teammates discussed how the robot was supposed to come together. "This thing goes something like that," the 11-year-old told them, holding a piece of Lego over the top of the rob
Farmers rejected the Delta tunnels, but the battle ain't over. Here's what Brown should do next.
Westlands Water District underscored a basic truth in rejecting a decade-long effort to construct a $17.1 billion twin tunnel project to transfer water from the Delta to farms and cities to the south and west: Without clear financing, the project will collapse. But the vote by seven Westlands board
What's next for Brown's Delta tunnels now that a big chunk of funding has disappeared?
Shellshocked by an influential farm irrigation district's refusal to help pay for the Delta tunnels, advocates of the $17.1 billion project were scrambling Wednesday to salvage it or conjure up a Plan B. Three possible options were floated by California water policymakers for reviving the proposal.
Rain showers a day ahead of fall's arrival
Cooler weather and rain showers arrived in the central San Joaquin Valley on Thursday, a day ahead of the start of fall. Fresno received about 0.04 of an inch of rain overnight, Madera 0.07 and Visalia a trace. There is a 50 percent chance of more showers until noon. There was a report of flooding
The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens celebrates National Grandparents Day
On Sunday, Sept. 10, 151 handmade cards were presented to residents at The Terraces at San Joaquin Gardens in honor of National Grandparents Day. Held on the first Sunday following Labor Day, National Grandparents Day is designated to honor grandparents. It was founded by Marian McQuade in Oak Hill
Michigan cider mills open for business
Cider mills are a tradition in Michigan and with cooler weather upon us it's the perfect time of year to enjoy cider, doughnuts, desserts, family and friends. Around southeastern Michigan there are multiple cider mills in Macomb, Oakland, Livingston, Washtenaw and Wayne counties where individuals an
King of Vintage: Shopping tips from Cameron Silver
Embed x Share CLOSE TODAY'S TOP STORIES Divers explore sunken S.S. Clifton | 10:12 During the summer of 2017, David Trotter and his team of technical divers managed to perform nine different expeditions to the S.S. Clifton wreck site in Lake Huron. Divers were able to document the historic vessel bo
Man charged in hash oil fire
An Adrian man has been charged with maintaining a drug lab after it caught fire in April. Jacob Ronald Perkins, 28, was arraigned Friday in Lenawee County District Court on a felony charge of operating or maintaining a lab near specified places. According to a police statement in the court file and
The Plymouth VFW Post Will Host Vietnam 50th Commemorative Ceremony & Picnic
The Plymouth-Canton Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 528 would like to announce a very special event. The 50th Commemorative Veteran Event, which will take place on Saturday, September 30th at the Plymouth VFW Post 6695, located at 1426 S. Mill Street. This event is free to all Vietnam Veterans,
Lions, Caldwell already agreed to extension
Allen Park - All those questions, all the coy answers, it turns out the cat-and-mouse game between the local media and Lions coach Jim Caldwell was an unnecessary dog-and-pony show. Caldwell has signed a multi-year extension to remain the Lions coach, and the deal was done months ago, according to E