| Aug 5, 2009
Two young Fresno-area men accused of stabbing to death a sailor in the victim's Spring Valley apartment over money last spring were expected to be arraigned in El Cajon Wednesday on murder charges.
Jeffrey Jin Dunn and Robert Navarro Jr., both 22, were...
| Aug 6, 2009
A Fresno-based beef company is recalling hundreds of thousands of ground beef products that may be linked to a salmonella outbreak, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.
The 825,769 pounds of ground beef...
| Aug 9, 2009
| 12:19 PM
FRESNO -- Seven people, including four young children, were killed in Fresno Saturday after a car fleeing police ran a stop sign and slammed into a pickup.
The crash occurred at the intersection of Avenue 424 and Road 120.
The California Highway...
| Aug 10, 2009
Two brothers were found shot to death in a rural section of Fort Bend County.
Their bodies were discovered in two locations near the 2900 block of Trammel- Fresno and California. One of the victims was found in a car parked in an empty lot. The other...
| Aug 11, 2009
Newly opened, Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty is one of the hottest and priciest restaurants in town. But starting next week, you can have a three course taste of the specialties for only $35.
Executive Chef Sarah Johannes says, "We have a bunch of...
| Aug 11, 2009
A California beef processor that voluntarily recalled tons of hamburger meat due to salmonella fears last week was slapped with animal handling citations last year in a government review of meatpacking plants, records show.
At least 28 people in three...
| Aug 13, 2009
Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims is warning that she'll probably have to let more inmates out of jail early because of budget cuts.
Mims said Wednesday that with the layoffs of 35 correctional officers scheduled for Aug. 24, she'll have to close...
| Aug 26, 2009
The California Highway Patrol makes special efforts to inspect trucks that haul tons of freshly harvested tomatoes/ August is the height of the harvest season which means trucks are making thousands of runs from fields to processing plants all hours of...
| Mar 2, 2009
More and more consumers are forgoing standard milk in favor of "raw" milk, milk that's unpasteurized and unhomogenized, essentially straight from the udder of the cow.
Some seek out raw milk for its reportedly creamier, richer taste, but more choose it...
| Mar 3, 2009
The latest refrain in Sacramento's inner wonkdom is that it's time to eliminate the "big five" system, under which the governor and the majority and minority party leaders in each house of the Legislature disappeared behind closed doors to cook up the...
| Dec 19, 2009
| 2:44 PM
| Dec 21, 2009
The budget crisis afflicting California State University could not have come at a worse time for Berenice Vite and Rafael Curiel, whose son Alonso is a sophomore at Cal State Long Beach. As the university was imposing a 32% student fee hike this year,...