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Caught on camera: Man targets cars in Hanford

HANFORD, Calif. (KMPH) — A Hanford homeowner is now warning others to be on the lookout for a man targeting cars in driveways. Surveillance video shows the man checking random car door handles in the area of Myrtle and Brown on Friday.

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Rosa Brothers launches new product

Tulare-based Rosa Brothers Milk Company has launched a new product — all-natural coffee creamers. The product, which can be found in grocery stores starting today, comes in three flavors: signature vanilla, simply salted caramel and vintage hazelnut.

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20-year-old Latina on Kingsburg council inspired by Ocasio-Cortez, women leaders

After 20-year-old Jewel Hurtado got elected to Kingsburg’s City Council, some negative comments on social media – including accusations she had cheated – tried to discredit her victory.

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Kuppa Joy is expanding to other parts of the Valley

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- It's a busy morning at Kuppa Joy Coffee House in Old Town Clovis. Baristas are pumping out lattes as people wait in line for a chance to get their hands on a hot cup of coffee.

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Family of five asleep while their home caught fire in Visalia

VISALIA, California - A family was asleep Sunday morning when their home caught fire in Visalia. It happened around 9:19 a.m. in the 3000 block of West Cypress Avenue, according to a Visalia Fire Department news release.

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Week-long fundraiser kicks off for those who lost job in downtown fire

VISALIA, California - It's been nearly a month since a fire destroyed three downtown Visalia businesses. Now, the community again is showing how much they want to support their own. Starting Sunday, a number of downtown businesses are taking part in the We Are Downtown Visalia Benefit -- raising fun

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California basketball team told to 'tone it down' after 116-10 victory

HANFORD, Calif. -- The Hanford High Bullpups are a traditional girls basketball power. They won state in 2001. But the team's been told to tone it down a bit after a 116-10 blowout win over Mt. Whitney last week.

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Carson Macedo’s Recipe For Success

Carson Macedo, a 22-year-old fourth-generation racer from Lemoore, Calif., is the latest addition to the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series’ roster of full-time competitors.

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Suspect burglarizes Fresno storage units, stealing more than $25,000 worth of items

FRESNO, California - More than $25,000 worth of items were stolen from storage units in Fresno, and the suspect responsible has been arrested, police say. On Jan. 9, several burglaries were reported at the Derrel's Mini Storage location at 3330 E. Tulare Ave. Eight storage sheds were burglarized ove

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SPHS breaks ground on new facilities

HANFORD — Students and staff of Sierra Pacific High School grinned widely Friday afternoon as they broke ground on what will eventually be the site of the largest pool in Kings County.

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Elderly man found deceased in southeast Fresno and deputies call it suspicious

An elderly man on Friday afternoon was suspiciously found dead inside his home around southeast Fresno, deputies said. Around 2:30 p.m., Fresno County Sheriffs were called to Turner and Helm avenues for an injured person.

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23 arrested in Tulare County for alleged welfare fraud, according to the D.A.

Tulare County, CA (Fox26) — Twenty-three people were arrested on suspicion of welfare fraud in Tulare County, the district attorney's office announced Thursday. Criminal investigators from the district attorney’s bureau of investigations served 23 felony arrest warrants for several suspects who alle

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Sanchez scores 17 points, Tigers dispatch Pioneers

LEMOORE — Lemoore trailed for a total of 43 seconds on Tuesday. The rest of the game saw a focused and dominant Tigers team. Amaya Sanchez’s game-high 17 points set the tone early for Lemoore and guided them to a 59-19 West Yosemite League victory over Mt. Whitney at home. It was their second consec

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Suit Reveals Tulare City Hall Conspiracy

An alleged plot by two Tulare councilmen to fire employees at city hall is the latest revelation in the ongoing wrongful dismissal case brought by the city’s former chief of police. Also detailed are circumstances leading to the chief’s firing.

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Homeless center plan comes to a halt

HANFORD — After four months of meetings and back and forth discussions, a plan to purchase a downtown building for a proposed homeless service center is now officially off the table.

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Hanford Takes First Steps to Sell the Bastille

City Council Cancels Town Hall Concerning Buying 6th Street Building for Homeless Services. Hanford City Council voted January 15 to declare the Bastille and the land surrounding the historic building as surplus. The vote was 5-0.

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Educator of the Week: Riverdale High School's Lindsay Boren

RIVERDALE, Calif. - This weeks Educator of The Week took KSEE24 to Riverdale High School to honor Special Education Teacher Lindsey Boren. This weeks Educator of The Week has been brought to you by these exceptional sponsors: Educational Employees Credit Union | EECU, Fresno Coin Gallery Jewelry &

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Michael previews "We Are Downtown Visalia"

VISALIA, Calif. (FOX26) — Fire ripped through some popular businesses in downtown Visalia on December 26th. Those businesses are boarded up now. The community is coming together to raise money for the businesses and their employees with a full week of fundraising, kicking off with a concert on Sunda

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Next Selma City Council meeting is Jan. 22

SELMA – The next Selma City Council meeting is taking place on Tuesday, Jan. 22. Normally, the meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of each month, but are moved to a Tuesday in case of a holiday. Jan. 21 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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Crucifixes stolen from Del Rey home

DEL REY., Calif — Who would be heartless enough to not only break into a home but steal a stranger's religious figures? That's what a man in Del Rey now wants to know. To feel closer to loved ones who have died Frank Munoz found comfort in keeping coffin crucifixes that belonged to his mother, fathe

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