Author: Desiree Lopez

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Dozens of immigration rights advocates rallied outside of Fresno County Hall of Records asking for Sheriff Mims to stop cooperating with ice. [Read More]
For almost three years inmates at all four of the Tulare County jails have been able to enjoy the taste of organic eggs, collected from... [Read More]
Repulsed, that is how one of the employees who did not want to be identified of Cali Ink in Visalia said she felt after finding... [Read More]
Since Governor Jerry Brown declared of sate of emergency in Mariposa County last week, fire crews and the California Air National Guard have been working... [Read More]
The summer heat, the air pollution, and a cloud of smoke covering the valley are what air quality experts call the perfect recipe for serious... [Read More]
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In a unanimous decision last Tuesday, Livingston city council voted to oppose the "is this person a citizen of the united states," question from the... [Read More]
Authorities continue to investigate two unrelated shootings in Reedley, the incidents occurred last night one in the area of Parlier and Frankwood and the second... [Read More]
In his third attempt for office on Sunday Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador become Mexicos newly elected president. [Read More]
Mary White Fowler said she she was parked right where the victim's SUV crashed just moments before it plowed into a fence and flipped. [Read More]
Many in the local Muslim community say that today's supreme court ruling casts the U.S in a negative light on the world stage. [Read More]
Human trafficking is a crime that affects many in the central valley. As a way to put an end to this ongoing issue, officials at... [Read More]
The summer sizzle was no obstacle for the more than 200 Pom Wonderful employees in Del Rey who spent their Friday giving back to their... [Read More]
The president shows no signs of backing down on the zero tolerance policy that triggered a crisis for his administration, and said it's time for... [Read More]
The application can be easily found at USA dot gov... [Read More]
When disaster strikes wireless and other communications systems can quickly be overwhelmed. That's why the Fresno county sheriff's department is becoming the first county in... [Read More]
One of Fresno's most historic downtown churches St. John's Cathedral located on Tulare and R. was the target of a fiery arson attack, Friday. [Read More]
Ashley Jaramillo believes you have to look good to feel good, especially on prom night. But for cash strapped students renting a tuxedo or buying... [Read More]
Great news for those who are looking for a job. Amazon's Fresno distribution center is now accepting online applications for hundreds of job openings. [Read More]
Maria Guadalupe Cervantes president of the nonprofit El Despertar Del Sueño Americano has turned her garage into a warehouse. [Read More]
A tilted palm tree and piece's of the metal belonging to the vehicle of 32-year-old Brittney Taylor of Fresno was all that was left near... [Read More]
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