It will be the topic at church services on Sunday morning, at least in Southwest Fresno - the arrest of Fresno's Deputy Chief of Police, Keith Foster. Foster was not only a high ranking officer in the department, he was also a prominent figure in the African-American community of Fresno. He was arrested Thursday on drug charges. Foster has
As federal agents conduct a drug investigation on Keith Foster, deputy chief of the Fresno Police Department, some of Fresno's top leaders are expressing their support for Police Chief Jerry Dyer and the department he leads. "When asked whether or not again this incident has shaken my confidence in Chief Dyer, let me reiterate, the answer is no," said Fresno City
Fresno Police Deputy Chief Keith Foster walked out of the federal courthouse this afternoon through the back doors. While he and his family are having to cope with the federal drug charge allegations, the Fresno Police Officers Association says officers on the street across the country are having to deal with it too. While a swarm of media members waited
All six defendants were in federal court earlier today. Deputy Chief Foster has now been released along with co-defendant Jennifer Donabedian who faces marijuana distribution charges. Deputy Chief Keith Foster walked into the courtroom with his head down and in handcuffs but he was the only one not wearing a jumpsuit. He was in plain street clothes, he and Donabedian
Friday afternoon a federal judge ruled Fresno Police Deputy Chief Keith Foster could be released from custody. Our cameras caught the first glimpse of Foster after his arrest. Foster exited out the back door of the courthouse with a loved one and his attorney by his side. The federal judge says the reason Foster was released on his own recognizance
Jessica Porter sits down with Fabiola Gonzalez of First Five Fresno County.
Several sheriff's deputies are under investigation for allegedly setting up, and betting on, fights between inmates. It happened inside the San Francisco County Jail. A public defender says four white deputies forced inmates of color to fight each other, gladiator style, for his own entertainment. He says inmates were betting on the fights, and others went along with it, fearing
A newly discovered novel by the author of the classic "To Kill a Mockingbird" will be released this summer. The jacket art for "Go Set a Watchman," by Harper Lee has been unveiled by the publisher. The novel features many characters from "Mockingbird," and is set 20 years after the events of the original novel. Lee wrote " Go Set
A very strange sight on Portland's waterfront. A county animal control officer collected two pink chickens, one rooster, one hen. They say the chickens were dyed, probably with food coloring. The chickens appear to be in good health and well-cared for. Animal Services is now trying to find their owner, no charges will be filed. In the meantime, the chickens
Police had to jump into action after they got a report of 10 goats that had gotten loose from a yard and were chasing a group of children. When officers arrived, they herded the goats back into a pen and radioed for animal control officers the goats' owner was then contacted.