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  • Child Abduction Response Plan Training

    Child Abduction Response Plan Training
    It's a terrifying scenario - your child snatched by a stranger. It just happened in California. Luckily that child is safe tonight. But the fact is kidnappings can happen anywhere. That's why this week law enforcement agencies across Louisiana are...
  • Vaqs get mixed results

    GLENDALE — On a loopy, grassy course near the outskirts of Sea World and the Pacific Ocean, the Glendale Community College men's and women's cross-country teams tuckered out. Glendale college Coach Eddie Lopez saw it unfold during each race at the...
  • KiKi's Corner: Man Scores $200 Million at Garage Sale

    KiKi's Corner: Man Scores $200 Million at Garage Sale
    Okay, its official! The next time I see a sign that reads "Garage Sale" I am stopping. A Fresno, California painter Rick Norsigian has scored big with this one. Back in 2000 at a garage sale he purchased 65 glass negatives at a bargain price of $45. Today...
  • Walinowicz, Wheelock advance

    WOMEN'S TENNIS Southern California Regional Individuals EL CAJON — Orange Coast College's Anna Walinowicz qualified for the state championships in singles and doubles, with partner Lianne Wheelock, after reaching the quarterfinals Friday at...
  • Man Arrested After Driving Stolen Car to Probation Office Meeting

    Man Arrested After Driving Stolen Car to Probation Office Meeting
    Sacramento County officers arrested a man who drove a stolen car right to their front door. Clifford Amey was taken into custody after license plate scanners recognized his vehicle. "Bing. Stolen vehicle," warns a mechanical voice. Meet Robocop- an...
  • Vaqs duo in state semis

    GLENDALE — Alex Sarkissian and Trevor Campbell have extended their seasons for as long as they can possibly go. Sarkissian continued to dazzle in singles before teaming up with Campbell, achieving equally impressive results, as Glendale...
  • San Diego ranks 2nd in well-being study

    San Diego ranks 2nd in well-being study
    SAN DIEGO - San Diego ranks second among major California cities in a newly released study that rates the well-being of residents' health, education and income.    On a 0-10 scale, San Diego's rating was 5.8 in the American Human Development Index,...
  • Maxine Schlenker Johnson

      Maxine was born December 2, 1925, in Fresno, California. She passed away April 22, 2011, at the age of 85. She graduated from South Gate High School in 1943. She graduated from California Hospital where she became a Registered Nurse. While a student at...
  • Second-straight honor

    Burroughs High cross-country and track and field Coach John Peebles has helped train his share of accomplished runners in his more than a decade with the Indians programs. He coached Carolyn Brown to a CIF Southern Section title in the girls' 800 meters...
  • Controversial Hmong Leader Dies

    Controversial Hmong Leader Dies
    A leader in the Hmong community has died Thursday. General Vang Pao passed away after being admitted to Clovis Community Medical Center on December 26th. He was 81 years old. A friend told the Fresno Bee General Vang was suffering from pneumonia and...
  • 14 Computers Seized in Statewide Child Porn Bust

    14 Computers Seized in Statewide Child Porn Bust
    Four people were arrested, and 14 computers seized during a state-wide operation to find suspected traders and possessors of child pornography. Operation "Gigabite" involved 20 law enforcement agencies from Los Angeles, north to Redding; about 150...
  • California's EBT System Hacked, Local Accounts Tapped

    California's EBT System Hacked, Local Accounts Tapped
    Someone has hacked into California's welfare system, and at least two-dozen incidents have been reported in the Sacramento area. Thieves have taken hundreds of thousands of dollars meant for California families. The Department of Social Services isn't...