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Kings County Health Department Clinic schedule for April
Flu shots are now available at the Health Department. The Health Department offers all recommended vaccines for children. Vaccines for adults are also available, including travel vaccines (call for prices). Children’s immunizations are: $8 per vaccine or Medi-Cal for children and adolescents 0–18 ye
P.A.T.Y'Studio, St. Peter's team up
LEMOORE — Next weekend, dancers will use their talents to “give back” to their community and to their faith. P.A.T.Y’Studio dance students and children from St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Lemoore will perform a dance recital and some may give testimonies as to how their faith and their dancing abili
Sheriff: Tulare County man arrested for possession, distributing child pornography
TULARE COUNTY, California - After a three-month investigation, a Tulare County man is behind bars after detectives say he possessed and distributed child pornography. Eduardo Gonzalez Reyes was arrested Thursday night during a search warrant in the 300 block of Sacramento Street in Tulare.
Gov. Newsom Considering Plan to Prohibit New Death Sentences in California
A week after issuing an executive order imposing a blanket moratorium on the execution of California death row inmates, Gov. Gavin Newsom said he is considering a plan to prohibit any new death sentences in local criminal cases.
STEM ambassadors visit Akers Elementary
NAS LEMOORE — In the halls of Akers Elementary School, newly-anointed “STEM-mates” could be seen giving each other high-fives. Thursday, students at the school were visited by two University of Alabama in Huntsville/NASA engineers and two STEM education staff members from the Missile Defense Agency.
Suspected DUI driver causes head-on collision, sending two others to the hospital
HANFORD, California - A suspected DUI driver caused a head-on, wrong way crash in Hanford early Friday morning, according to California Highway Patrol. Just before 3:30 a.m., a report of a two-car collision was reported to CHP in the area of westbound Highway 198, east of Houston Avenue.
Loud explosion heard in and around Lemoore was from military jet
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- If you were in Lemoore on Friday afternoon and heard a loud explosion, there's no reason to be alarmed. Naval Air Station Lemoore says the sound was a military jet that accidentally broke the sound barrier during a routine training mission.
CVS is now selling CBD products in California
Select CVS locations in California and seven other states are now selling hemp-derived CBD products. The national drugstore chain will be marketing the topical cannabidiol products as “an alternative source of relief,” CVS said in a statement to NBC News. The chain also will be partnering with anoth
Lemoore Council to discuss water project
LEMOORE — The Lemoore City Council will meet Tuesday to discuss only one item of new business. Besides items on the consent calendar, Council will talk about a contract with Vanir Construction Management, Inc. to assist the city in construction phase management services for total trihalomethane (TTH
California added 14,600 jobs in February as more people returned to the workforce
After a slow January, California employers boosted hiring in February as workers moved more rapidly off the sidelines into the job market to expand the labor force. Payrolls rose by 14,600 positions, accounting for nearly three quarters of an unusually low 20,000 jobs added nationwide last month, st
California Waives Environmental Rules for Fire Season Prep
California Gov. Gavin Newsom will allow state fire officials to bypass some environmental regulations to clear dead trees and other vegetation ahead of the next wildfire season.
See Southern California's Wildflowers from Space
If driving to Lake Elsinore to see the wildflower Superbloom sounds like a headache, you can always just share the view from above. The before and after images shown here are from satellite images published on the Sentinel Hub. The "before" is from March 2018 with the after, showing all the color of
Former Northern California man sentenced in mail threats to Trump, ex-presidents
SACRAMENTO — A former Oroville resident was sentenced Thursday in a case where he was accused of sending threatening letters targeting President Donald Trump and other former presidents and government officials, prosecutors said.
Simulated drunken collision takes place at Hanford West
HANFORD — As the school bell rang at 9 a.m. Thursday, students exited their classes to find a horrific scene of violence in the Hanford West High School parking lot – or so it seemed.
Police: Man attacks two women, one pulls out a handgun and shoots at him several times
FRESNO, California - Fresno Police are investigating a shooting in a market near downtown Fresno Thursday, and a question of self defense arises. At around 7 p.m. officers responded to a shooting at Kearney Center on Fresno and A streets, off of Kearney Boulevard, according to Lt. Bill Dooley with t
Hunt on for Visalia man who jumped into frigid river to escape cops
VISALIA, Calif. (KFSN) -- Tulare County Sheriff's deputies are searching for 47-year-old Andrew Sedillo on the ground, in the river, and by air. Sedillo was last seen going underwater in the south fork of the St. John's River at around 8 a.m.
Rep. TJ Cox hosts first town hall in Hanford
HANFORD — Congressman TJ Cox (D-Fresno) will host his first town hall of 2019, which will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 23, at Hanford West High School. Rep. Cox said he believes members of Congress have a responsibility and obligation to hold regularly scheduled town halls to meet and hear
Caldera solid in first start, Tigers take down Redcats
LEMOORE — In his first start of the season, Lemoore pitcher Jimmy Caldera delivered. The junior right-hander fired five innings and allowed one run on six scattered hits against Fowler in a 3-1 non-league victory on Thursday. Caldera had six strikeouts and walked two batters, while lowering his ERA
'STOP' ordinance shutdown by Fresno City Council, giving money to panhandlers is OK
FRESNO, California - An ordinance proposed by a Fresno City Council member to fine those who give money and/or food to panhandlers was voted on, and rejected Thursday night. After a more than three-hour meeting, including dozens who spoke in public comment, the vote had two council members in suppor
Hanford council makes U-turn on cannabis
Visalia/Tulare: Another O’Reilly Auto Parts store is planned at a former motorcycle store at 1745 E Mineral King in Visalia, east of Downtown and visible from Highway 198. it is the fourth for the chain in the city. In Tulare, O’Reilly Auto Parts has purchased 1.3 acres of land at 315 North J St. wi