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Fresno Police says man armed with gun detained by resident with gun
FRESNO, California - A man was detained by a resident with a gun until police arrived on Wednesday after there was a report of a man on a bike with a gun, the Fresno Police Department said.
Nasty, threatening emails sent to Fresno County board candidate
Fresno County Board of Supervisors candidate Nasreen Johnson received two anonymous emails Monday threatening sexual violence against her, and police have been notified. This video contains explicit language.
Fresno County Sheriff detectives make arrests in 2018 murder
Fresno County - Fresno County Sheriff’s homicide detectives said they arrested 62 year old Roger Johnson of Squaw Valley for the murder of 46 year old Gary Smith. Roger Johnson’s arrest stems from an investigation that began on July 19, 2018. Deputies took a report from a family member who said 46 y
Rain moving into Southern California Wednesday evening
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see a day of chilly conditions and partly cloudy skies before another storm system moves into the region. A winter weather advisory is in effect until 10 p.m. Thursday for many mountain and valley regions in SoCal. A frost advisory is also in effect for
DNA leads to arrest in half century-old cold case murder of 11-year-old California girl
Colorado authorities arrested a suspect in connection with the slaying of an 11-year-old Southern California girl in 1973, authorities said Wednesday. James Alan Neal, 72, was picked up in Colorado on Tuesday and charged with the murder of 11-year-old Linda O'Keefe in 1973, Newport Beach police and
Stanley on Sanger: 'They mean so much to me'
Cameron Stanley knelt down and touched the oversized arrowhead logo painted on the newly refurbished hardwood at center court in the Coach Dean Nicholson Gym. His Apaches had just lost in the second round 69-57 to a tight-playing squad from North High of Bakersfield on Feb. 15. Stanley, a senior, to
Latest location of California bikini-barista coffee shop encounters criticism: 'Just disgusting'
The opening of a new bikini-barista coffee stand in California’s Bay Area is drawing the eyes – and the ire – of nearby residents. The latest location of Pink Pantherz Espresso, a coffee chain that employs bikini- or lingerie-clad servers, is being criticized as “disgusting” and “disrespectful” afte
Trains hitting people: Fresno County very high on list
FRESNO, California — Fresno County is on the top 10 list of counties where people were hit by trains between 2013 and 2017, according to a new report by the Federal Railroad Administration.
3 men shot to death in Southern California gated community were ‘targeted,’ police say
A suspect who shot three men to death inside a Porter Ranch home was known to at least one of the victims, police said Tuesday, but a detective declined to explain what may have prompted the killings.
California Lawmakers Pushing Ban On Extra-Large Sodas, Other New Regulations On Sugary Drinks
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – “Big Gulp”-style sodas may be a thing of the past, if California lawmakers get their way. Democratic lawmakers are pushing bills that include a ban on extra-large sodas, warning label requirements and a prohibition that would keep sugary drinks from being displayed in the grocer
Trump is using high-speed rail as a weapon against California. Will it work?
California’s $77-billion high-speed rail project has long been troubled, beset by cost overruns, delays and signs of mismanagement. But in the last week, it also became a political football on the national stage, pitting new Gov. Gavin Newsom against President Trump, who has relished using the proje
Funnel cloud sighted near Sanger
The National Weather Service said there was a funnel cloud seen east of Sanger on Friday afternoon. A funnel cloud is a rotating funnel-shaped cloud and differs from a tornado because it has not touched down, according to the NWS.
Patient sexually assaulted by nurse at Saint Agnes reaches settlement in court
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- What was supposed to be opening statements in a civil trial surrounding a sexual assault at Saint Agnes Medical Center, turned into a $650,000 settlement.
These four chain stores are bankrupt. So what’s next for these Fresno and Clovis retailers?
A flurry of familiar chain stores in the Fresno area has filed for bankruptcy. Some are closing. The future of others are still up in the air. But the retailers are facing many of the same challenges: Competition from online shopping, crushing debt and an inability to adapt to the changing retail wo
Bye, Bye Big Gulp; California Tries To Ban Cups That Hold More Than 16 Fluid Ounces
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The days of the Big Gulp and other large soda cups may be done soon in California. A new bill would ban retailers from selling or giving away cups with removable lids that can hold more than 16 fluid ounces. Many times these cups are used for fountain soda or frozen sugary drink
Murder arrest at Squaw Valley drug operation ends months of agony for missing man's family
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- An arrest for murder brings resolution for a Squaw Valley mother who reported her son missing seven months ago. "If all this is true, my son was murdered," said Linda Dixon. "What can any parent say? You never expect your son to be murdered."
Experts say rare mega-storm to hit California will be 3 times as damaging as San Andreas earthquake
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A warning for California: get ready for the "other big one." That's what scientists are calling the rare mega-storm, which is predicted to cause three times as much damage as a major earthquake that would hit along the San Andreas Fault.
Two people shot in Northwest Fresno; investigation underway
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno Police have confirmed two people were shot in Northwest Fresno. It happened at 9:35 p.m. on W. Fairmont Avenue. An investigation is now underway.
California Has Gotten So Much Rain, but Most of It Has Been Wasted
California’s wet winter has dumped an estimated 18 trillion gallons of rain in February alone. But much of it is simply going down the drain. In what has become a source of much concern in a state prone to droughts and water shortages, the vast majority of rainwater in urban areas flows into storm d
Gov. Newsom talks housing with California mayors, ‘can’t promise’ not to sue another city
Since his swearing in just over a month ago, Gov. Gavin Newsom has made no secret of his intent to buckle down on California’s housing crisis. He has already sued Huntington Beach for its alleged failure to build enough affordable housing. But the governor isn’t pursuing a purely combative approach