A Fresno man has a second chance at life after receiving a much-needed organ donation. Ted Niemi, 44, had been diagnosed with stage-four liver disease a year ago and was on a waiting list for an organ transplant. "I was convinced that I had maybe a day left," Niemi said. Niemi, a pastor, had made his peace with God and was resigned to the
Parlier Police along with the help of several agencies conducted a gang sweep Friday in response to the shooting of a 16-year-old girl two weeks ago. Brianna Ramirez was caught in suspected crossfire and shot in the eye February 12th. "This is our response our active role to suppress gangs and gun violence in our community and we are going
Several women are in custody, accused of solicitation for prostitution. It's part of an investigation by the Merced Police Department. The arrests were made over the past several weeks. Those in custody were offered services such as counseling and support from the Merced County Human Services.
"Sweet slumber, like pure happiness you come." Some may remember this appearance in 2005. Leonard Nimoy visited Downtown Fresno he read poetry as a guest of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra.
With rising water rates, people are looking for ways to save water and money. Joining us today is Nora Larkin with the City of Fresno to talk about some free services to help.
Five years ago, Stanford University students built a robot that could scale vertical surfaces. The robot weighed ten pounds and got students wondering, could they use the same technology to help humans climb walls? In their quest, engineers at Stanford chose an unusual muse, the gecko. The students developed a substance, that like gecko feet, can easily attach and detach
Congress has just hours to avoid a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, and it's just the latest example of Washington gridlock. Republicans included a measure to repeal the president's recent immigration orders inside the Homeland Security funding bill, but that has not worked. Today, GOP leaders in the house tried but failed to pass a bill that
For the first time, the Nevada Gaming Commission is allowing gamblers to bet on Olympic events, but the commission isn't allowing people to bet on every sport. Sports where winners are determined by judges, like figure skating, will probably not be allowed. Tony Miller, of the Golden Nugget, expects there to be a lot of bets on things that aren't directly
Investigators in Texas County, Missouri are trying to piece together the details of a shooting spree that left seven people dead in five different locations. The suspect in the shootings is also dead. The highway patrol held a news conference this morning to talk about the tragedy. It all started last night when young girl ran to neighbor's home and called
Uber riders can now rate their drivers on how good, or bad they are, but what many people don't know is the drivers can also rate passengers. Emily Tarran relies on a 3 a.m. cup of coffee to get her going and a ride from Uber to get to work by 4 a.m., but that ride suddenly became less reliable