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Clinic shooting victim identified

The 33-year-old woman killed in a murder-suicide Tuesday in downtown Fresno has been identified as Zyang Vang.

Granville to unveil latest downtown mural

Granville Homes will unveil a mural at its newest downtown residential development during a ceremony at 5 p.m. Thursday as part of the monthly ArtHop event.

Obama commutes sentence of Fresno drug offender

(AP) — President Barack Obama on Tuesday shortened the prison sentences of nearly two dozen drug convicts, including a Fresno man, in an act the White House said continues Obama's push to make the justice system fairer by reducing harsh sentences that were handed down under outdated guidelines.

Police: Man, woman found dead after Fresno office shooting

A man and a woman in a romantic relationship were found dead after a shooting at a medical office building in downtown Fresno, police in central California said Tuesday.

Open house to share job training success; new $12M grant

Fresno's Reading and Beyond will host an open house April 2 to share plans to expand the Fresno Bridge Academy thanks to a new $12 million grant.

Bank of the Sierra officially appoints new CEO

The board of directors of Sierra Bancorp, parent company of Bank of the Sierra in Porterville, announced it has officially appointed Kevin McPhaill as president and CEO effective April 1.

Police: Woman 'Tases' boy, bites his father in Walmart spree

Jasmine Stevenson, via Fresno PDA woman who went on a "Taser" spree in a Fresno Walmart Sunday bit the chest of a man trying to protect his 12-year-old son who was hit with the stun gun.

Organic milk shortage spurs price hikes

The U.S. is currently experiencing an organic milk shortage, though few Valley dairies are set up for organic production.A revolution is quietly underway in the dairy aisle of your local supermarket.

Endangered bighorn sheep moved to Yosemite, Sequoia parks

(AP) — For the first time in a century, endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep are back on their ancestral range and headed toward recovery, wildlife officials said Monday.

Cap-and-trade funds slated for Valley water, energy projects

Central Valley organizations are slated to receive more than $2.23 from the state for projects aimed at saving both water and energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.