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California shifts water from farms, cities to fish. But a Jerry Brown compromise plan isn’t dead
The State Water Resources Control Board will hold two days of hearings on a proposal to leave more of the water in the lower San Joaquin River and its three tributaries, the Tuolumne, Merced and Stanislaus.
Homeless encampment cleaned of trash, debris
HANFORD — A homeless encampment cleanup in Hanford that started Dec. 3 and lasted several days left crews to clean up a staggering 62 tons of trash and debris. The encampment along the railroad at 12th Avenue, north of Highway 198, served as the dwelling place to around 40-50 homeless people, Hanfor
Police seek information on injury hit and run
HANFORD — The Hanford Police Department is looking for any information in regards to a suspected hit and run collision that left one victim in the hospital with serious injuries.
Modesto man raped teenage girl in Ceres. He’s been found suitable for parole.
A 57-year-old Modesto man who raped a teenage girl at knifepoint 20 years ago in Ceres has been found suitable for parole. Jose Rodriguez was sentenced to serve 15 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting the 17-year-old girl after offering her a ride.
A drunken Uber ride leads to two arrests in Lemoore, police say
Two people were arrested after a drunken Uber ride in Lemoore, in which a passenger allegedly threatened the driver with a knife. Tanner Oliveira, 33, and Destiny Hamilton, 24, both of Hanford, were picked up by an Uber driver around 8 p.m. Saturday on East Bush Street in Lemoore, police said.
Three men arrested after suspected gang-related shooting
LEMOORE — Three men have been arrested in what Lemoore Police Department officials said was a gang-related shooting that injured two people. Just after 2:30 p.m. Friday, Lemoore officers were dispatched to the 200 block of F St. in regards to shots being fired in the area. As officers were respondin
District recognized by College Board
The Kings Canyon Unified School District is one of 373 school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 9th Annual AP® District Honor Roll.
Faraday Future running on fumes
HANFORD — After promising to have its first production vehicles out the door by late 2018/early 2019, it seems Faraday Future will be in dire straits for at least the next several months.
Tigers shut out in home opener
LEMOORE — In a battle of unbeatens, Lemoore found themselves on the short end of the stick in a 6-0 non-league loss to Mission Oak at Tiger Stadium on Tuesday. The loss was their first of the season and the home opener quickly went south for the Tigers. Starting goalkeeper Ashley Eller was injured w
Supervisors Vote To Buy A Fresno Home – But Don’t Know What To Do With It
FRESNO (KMJ) — Fresno County Board of Supervisors has approved the purchase of a home in Southeast Fresno, but has no firm plans what it will be used for. The property at 6870 E Kings Canyon is listed as a four bedroom, three bathroom, home. Real estate website Zillow estimates it to be worth approx
Representatives needed to serve on the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council
Lemoore – Terri King, Executive Director of the Kings County Association of Governments (KCAG), announced on Dec. 6 that KCAG is actively recruiting representatives for the Social Services Transportation Development Act (SSTAC) to review and comment on the transit needs of the elderly, disabled, and
Kings County offices closed for Christmas
Most County of Kings’ offices will be closed to the public from end of business on Friday, Dec. 21 until Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019 at 8 a.m. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE – 680 N. CAMPUS DRIVE, SUITE B, HANFORD.
After TJ Cox Wins Congressional District 21, Forecasters Ask What They Got Wrong
Leading up to the November election, forecasters predicted that Republican incumbent David Valadao would win the 21st Congressional District. The District includes all of Kings County, and parts of Fresno, Tulare, and Kern Counties.
30 students sign up to be teachers with the Fresno Unified School District
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- It was a monumental morning for a group of student teachers. They took the next big step in their career and made it official by signing on to the Fresno Unified School District.
Charges filed against student for alleged threats at Clovis North High School
Fresno, Calif. - Charges have been filed against a student who allegedly used graffiti and social media to make threats against students at Clovis North High School. CUSD spokesman Kelly Avants says an investigation involving Clovis Unified police, The FBI and the Fresno Police Department led to the
Children First: Social media etiquette - the do's and don'ts
At a time when devices have become an extension of ourselves... it's harder and harder to decipher between human interaction and social media connection. Some teens find it hard to tell the difference.
Latino-led Valley groups to benefit from thousands in grants funds
Five central San Joaquin Valley organizations are set to get new funding from the Latino Community Foundation as part of what the foundation describes as “historic” investments.
Man to face attempted murder charges after shootout that killed K-9 Bane, injured officer
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Visalia man is expected to face charges as soon as Tuesday for his alleged role in a police shootout that injured a Tulare officer and killed his canine partner.
Men sentenced in cocaine-for-guns undercover operation in Oregon
A California man who sold cocaine to undercover federal agents in exchange for guns was sentenced Tuesday to 15 years and eight months in prison. Gonzalo Manzo Jr., 33, of Fresno was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute cocaine and possession of a firearm in
Visalia man pleads guilty in security guard scheme
A security firm employee pleaded guilty Monday in a scheme to supply unqualified armed guards to the IRS in Fresno. Scott T. Carlton, 49, of Visalia was an employee of E&A Protective Services, which had a government contract to supply 24-hour-a-day armed security to the IRS campus in Fresno. When it