Fresno Police are are on the hunt for a man accused of vandalizing a wedding chapel, which police say he once had ties to. Investigators say the suspect vandalized a Fresno wedding chapel, but works at a Kingsburg wedding chapel. They say the chapel feud has been going on for a couple years, but came to a head this week.
Students at a local elementary school get an exciting visit from a handful of former Fresno State football players,who also went pro. It's a lesson for the children, about the power of reading. Watch the above video to find out how a program is inspiring young kids to hit the
Shots were fired just before 10 Thursday morning on Linwood near Tulare. That's about a block away from an elementary school. When officers arrived, they found a man dead in the middle of the street. It was a scary situation, the shots were fired near
Mosquitoes are already buzzing around the Valley. Fresno's Mosquito and Vector Control District says they're already seeing higher numbers than last year. "Everybody hates mosquitoes, they bite, it's irritating," says Control Technician Tim Morgan. Morgan tackles a pool in the backyard of an abandoned home on Thursday. He says it's not the worst mosquito breeding situation he's ever seen, but
There's a few wild and extreme ideas that could help us survive the drought, or perhaps even thrive when mother nature leaves us high and dry. Fresno's Wastewater Treatment Facility takes in up to 80 million gallons of liquid waste every day. "That's a lot of water. that will fill up bulldog stadium a number of
With drought conditions throughout California, conserving water is a necessity. KSEE 24 talked with a local grower about what you can do to keep your yard looking great while also using less water.
Following President Obama's visit to the Central Valley last week, the real work begins on solving California's water crisis. Critics, though, say the president's drought relief focuses on buying our way out of the problem and doesn't bring in more water. "We're not looking for welfare, we're looking for water," Valley Congressman Devin Nunes told KSEE24 Sunrise anchors Tuesday morning
Lawmakers gathered in Bakersfield today to pitch a piece of legislation aimed at combating the drought.
Wednesday morning House Speaker John Boehner will join Rep. Devin Nunes of Tulare, Rep. Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield and Rep. David Valadao of Hanford to introduce an emergency drought bill. The bill is expected to include provisions that would allow more water to be pumped from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and stop the San Joaquin River Restoration project, put in
The store owner who sold the Mega Millions winning ticket in California gave a priceless interview upon learning the news. One of at least two winning tickets from Tuesday night's Mega Millions lottery drawing was sold at Jenny's Gift Store in San Jose. The store owner, Thuy Nguyen, was at home when he got the call from Lottery officials. He