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Sanger livestock genetics bank truly a global effort

Plans call for the genetic information for nearly 4,000 livestock breeds to be housed at a planned facility in Sanger. They include poultry, cattle, sheep, working breed dogs, rabbits, horses, camels and domesticated insects. A United Nations sponsored animal genetic research facility could open in Fresno County within the next two years. The non-profit conservation facility will house livestock breeds from more than 100 nations, bring world-class scientists to the area and offer training opportunities to local veterinarian students.

Fresno bank issues Food Fund Challenge

Central Valley Community Bank is challenging Valley businesses to help feed the hungry.

Children's Hospital receives $1.25M gift

Lance-Kashian and Co. and River Park Properties have donated $1.25 million to Children's Hospital Central California.

CoreLogic: Fresno home prices up in August

Home prices in Fresno were up 8.1 percent in August compared to last year, according to a new report from CoreLogic. 

Children's Hospital remodeling for speech, hearing services

Children's Hospital Central California is filling out its campus north of Fresno with space for its speech therapy and audiology services currently offered at a building on Fresno Street.

Central California SPCA wins $100K in contest

CCSPCA Executive Director Linda Van Kirk (left) reacts after being presented with the grand prize check for $100,000.The Central California SPCA was announced the winner of the national ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge during a press conference today.

Recycling event to benefit breast cancer project

Old electronic products will help the fight against cancer as Central California Legal Services holds a free recycling event to benefit Susan G. Komen Central Valley.

Star olive oil going pink for breast cancer awareness

Fresno-based Star Fine Foods, maker of Star Extra Virgin Olive Oil and other products, is donating $25,000 to Susan G. Komen as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Jury delivers $3.5M verdict against Fresno firm

Fresno trucking company GMG Trucking was ordered to pay $3.5 million today in a wrongful death case involving one of its trucks catching fire and killing the driver.

Senior Day a big draw at Big Fresno Fair

EYE-Q was a sponsor for Monday's Senior Day festivities at The Big Fresno Fair.Thousands of Valley seniors braved the heat for Senior Day festivities at The Big Fresno Fair Monay.