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First time in 15 years, Madera board meets financial deadline

The Madera County Auditor-Controller announced today that the Board of Supervisors has filed its financial statements with the state before the required March 31 deadline for the first time in at least 15 years.

Chief Dyer: ‘I will be praying’ for Keith Foster

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer speaks to the media with Deputy Chief Keither Foster in this still captured from KMPH Fox 26 footage.At a hastily called Friday afternoon press conference, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer provided few new details regarding the arrest, less than 24 hours earlier, of his second-in-command, Deputy Chief Keith Foster.

Swearingen applauds revitalization efforts at downtown event

An estimated 500-600 people attended Thursday night's State of Downtown Event at the Pacific Southwest building on Fresno's Fulton Mall.

More than 500 people packed the ballroom of the historic Pacific Southwest building on the Fulton Mall Thursday night for the annual State of Downtown presentation.

Fresno State alum funds scholarship to honor pet

Fresno State alumnus David Vartanian has pledged to fund an annual $1,000 scholarship for a Fresno State pre-veterinary major in honor of his pet English bulldog. 

Magnitude-4.2 quake shakes central California; no damage

(AP) — A small earthquake jolted an area of Fresno County, but there were no reports of damage.

Deputy police chief in Fresno arrested on drug charges

(AP) — Fresno's deputy police chief was among four people arrested on federal drug charges, including conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and heroin, authorities said Thursday.

Rep. Nunes chief of staff leaves for Westlands job

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) announced that long-time Chief of Staff Johnny Amaral is leaving for a position with Westlands Water District.

Valley Yellow Pages books to help Storyland

The latest issue of Valley Yellow Pages asks residents and businesses for donations to Storyland Playland.Valley Yellow Pages has announced a new fundraising campaign to help save Storyland Playland in Fresno. 

AT&T invests $175M in Fresno area infrastructure

AT&T invested more than $175 million in its wireless and wired networks in the Fresno area between 2012 and 2014. 

Fresno State event will honor six Valley women

The 19th annual Common Threads luncheon will recognize six San Joaquin Valley women for their agricultural, philanthropic and community service.