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Confirm or deny: Highway 99 expert buckles up into my lie detector

Highway 99 and I have been a commuter couple for 40 bumpy years. We have driven each other crazy for thousands of miles through Fresno virtually every workday of my adult life. I love that road for keeping me stoplight-free as I race like an automaton from my northwest neighborhood to downtown. Awri

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-19 12:19:00

Lawsuit Claims TCSO Deputies Ambushed Innocent Man

Deputies of the Tulare County Sheriff Department beat a Strathmore man unconscious, denied him medical care, held him overnight, then forced him to walk home, according to a lawsuit filed against those deputies and the Department last month in federal court. The beating, the suit alleges, resulted f


YMCA's Camp Sequoia Lake gets big donation

The $325,000 will allow Golden State YMCA to establish an endowment fund to support ongoing improvements. Golden State YMCA is one of four organizations that will receive a generous donation from the estate of John Alltucker, former owner of the Kaweah River Rock sand and gravel operation in Woodlak


Tulare Regional Medical Center Begins Recruitment Process for Hospital Employees

The Tulare Local Healthcare District Board of Directors announces that recruitment for hospital employees is underway in preparation for the reopening of Tulare Regional Medical Center (TRMC) in the near future. "We are excited that we are moving forward with the recruitment and interview process to

OURVALLEYVOICE.COM - 2017-11-18 00:19:52

Friday Night Live Varsity High School Football - Quarterfinals

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - 23FNL has all your scores, highlights and top plays from quarterfinals of high school football. Final scores for November 17, 2017: Delano 13, CVC 42 Riverdale 28, Rosamond 42 North High School 36, Selma 35 St. Anthony 7, Burroughs 32 Garces High School 12, Tulare Union 42 Kenn

BAKERSFIELD CHANNEL - 2017-11-18 07:45:22

Domestic violence on the rise in Tulare County

It's late at night when the 911 operator gets the call. A neighbor can hear yelling from the home next door. They've called law enforcement before. Within minutes, Tulare County sheriff's deputies are headed toward the home. The deputies have no idea what they may face when they arrive. "There are

VISALIA TIMES-DELTA - 2017-11-18 15:44:13

Burglars took everything from a hospitalized veteran. Then the volunteers showed up

It was during a four-month stint in the hospital that 84-year-old Korean War veteran Felix Lopez learned his home was burglarized. "They took everything, I mean everything," the Visalia man says. "My pillow, my shoes, my stereo system - they took everything." Burglars even took his two dogs - German

FRESNO BEE - 2017-11-17 20:55:00

Tulare firefighters' salary among lowest in the Valley

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Tulare firefighters will get a 2 percent salary increase starting in June 2018, making it at least four years in a row the city's bravest have seen their paycheck increase. But, even with the bump in pay, Tulare firefighters are among the lowest paid in the Valley

VISALIA TIMES-DELTA - 2017-11-17 20:05:58

A Different Drummer: From the blues to rock 'n' roll

We've come ashore. The Gibbses and the Kittrells, retirees at sea for seven days in October when we used to be working, have stepped again on Florida soil. We've been on a Caribbean blues cruise, the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise, to be exact. And to be exact, I'm spoiled. I want music on every

BENICIAHERALDONLINE.COM - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Solano DA charges probationer with multiple felonies after Benicia incident

FAIRFIELD - Solano County sheriff's deputies conducted a felony probation compliance check Tuesday in Benicia during which probationer Chase Talon Wiley, 25, armed himself with an assault rifle and fired at the deputies, the District Attorney's Office reports. Wiley has been charged in a complaint w

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-11-18 11:22:30

Benicia Council to review dogs in parks, water discounts for disabled customers

BENICIA > > Tuesday's City Council meeting has a fairly light load, with discussion of allowing dogs on leash in most parks and extending a water discount to customers with a medical disability. For being such a dog-friendly town, Benicia currently prohibits them in most city parks. Tuesday would m

VALLEJO TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Offshoot of Vallejo donut shop opens in Benicia

Mmm...donuts. Daily Donuts brings one of America's favorite sweets to Benicia. (Facebook) Somewhere, Homer Simpson is making plans to travel from Springfield to Benicia. The town finally has its own donut shop on Columbus Parkway. Daily Donuts, which aims to bring glazed and sprinkled treats to Ben


Inmate In Custody After Leaving Solano County Prison

SUISUN CITY, CA - Police in Vacaville this morning apprehended a prison inmate who walked away from the Delta Conservation Camp in Solano County on Saturday. On Sunday morning, police took 27-year-old Rashad Vaca into custody after he turned himself in to the Vacaville Police Department, according t

PATCH - 2017-11-19 14:20:55

Bob Livesay: Making enemies out of friends

Over the past 14 years (this will end in 2020), Mayor Patterson has had great success in making enemies out of friends. Mayor Patterson's biggest achievement on this has been Valero - the refinery in Benicia that has been called by many a very "good neighbor." I have to give her credit on that achie

VALLEJO TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Grief from suicide given a voice on Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

FAIRFIELD - The process of grieving a suicide can takes years to work through, coupled with feelings of guilt. Sometimes, it might seem like the pain never will end. Lori and Michael Espinosa lost their 24-year-old son, DeVon, to suicide six years and one month ago. They have been working with a sup

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-11-19 08:16:32

High schools march in Tournament of Champions

FAIRFIELD - Students practiced Saturday on drums in the quad, ran to have pictures taken with their band mates and straightened sashes and hats. All for the annual Tournament of Champions, which is hosted each year by the Scarlet Brigade at Fairfield High School. Bands from as far away as San Jose s

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-11-19 08:39:06

CA Eureka CA Zone Forecast

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SFGATE - 2017-11-19 11:36:00

MendocinoCounty to apply for debris and hazardous waste grant

In the wake of approval of an urgency ordinance outlining steps for the removal of fire debris generated by the October fires, the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors, at its meeting Nov. 21, is set to act on a directive from state emergency leadership asking for a list of properties to be include

UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Biz Buzz: Regional Alliance launches new jobs website

The Workforce Alliance of the North Bay (Alliance) has launched its regional brand and a new website to inform job seekers and businesses about how they can tap into workforce services and benefit from various workforce-related initiatives. The Alliance website, WorkforceAllianceNorthBay.org, is an


Rotary District 5130 starts grant program to help businesses recover from fire

The Rotary District 5130 Fire Relief Fund has made available a grant program to businesses located in the areas of Sonoma, Napa Mendocino and Lake counties affected by the recent devastating fires. The goal of this grant program is to assist in fire recovery with an emphasis on getting store front,

UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 08:00:00