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The fifth largest city in California, Fresno is located basically mid state, some 200 miles north of LA in the center of the San Joaquin Valley. Not knowing the effect on American Life, Bank of America launched a product called BankAmericard in Fresno. The credit card was born.

Population: 505479
Local Newspapers: The Fresno Bee
Local Sports Teams: Fresno Grizzlies (Triple A Baseball) Fresno State (Bulldogs)
Local Colleges: California State University Fresno

Zip Codes associated with fresno, california: 93650 93701 93702 93703 93704 93705 93706 93710 93711 93720 93721 93722 93725 93726 93727 93728
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Fresno News
Fresnoa s Civil War re-enactment continues despite controversy over Confederate symbols

Civil War re-enactors chat with school kids following a brief staging on the battlefield during the Time Travelers Education Program at Kearney Park on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017. The program is providing more than 40,000 students visiting from schools around Central California with the opportunity to experience history firsthand by engaging with the "real people" of the Civil War over three days.

5th-grade pianist uses recess to soothe hungry 6-year-olds

He has been playing piano for only five years, but 10-year-old Nathan Zhang is already making sure classical music strikes a chord with the future of America. Nathan attends Theodore Judah Elementary School in Folsom, California, just west of Sacramento, California.

One day only: Where to eat, drink and shop at Fulton Streeta s grand reopening party

The Fulton Street project harkens back to a time of vehicular traffic, including streetcars, with the opening of the important downtown corridor, along with a section of Mariposa Street, clear for traffic for the first time since the 1960s. The Fulton Street project harkens back to a time of vehicular traffic, including streetcars, with the opening of the important downtown corridor, along with a section of Mariposa Street, clear for traffic for the first time since the 1960s.

Valley summers can test Japanese maples, but theya re not a lost cause here

By October, the Japanese maples in our central San Joaquin Valley gardens are looking a little burned-out and shaggy. Although some Japanese maples can tolerate higher temperatures and sunnier locations, most Japanese maples do best with temperatures below 90 degrees and morning-only sun.

Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects.

On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2017, the suspects shown in this video removed and stole the tailgate off this truck parked in the 4000 block of North John Albert Ave., Fresno. The suspect vehicle is a newer model Chevy Tahoe of GMC Yukon.

District OKs smaller version of California water tunnel plan

A Northern California water agency has voted for a stripped down, less costly version of Gov. Jerry Brown's $16 billion project to build two massive water tunnels under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. The Santa Clara Valley Water District's board voted 7-0 Tuesday to adopt a set of principles endorsing a project with just one tunnel.

Clovis fire destroys shopping center storefronts

Video provided by Meng Andrew Vang shows a three-alarm commercial fire near Peach and Shaw avenues in Clovis on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2017. The fire, at a small shopping center, was behind the gas station in the foreground.

Hard rockers Queens of the Stone Age coming to Fresno

Listen up hard rock fans, Queens of the Stone Age is coming to Selland Arena in Fresno on Jan. 29. The first leg of the new tour starts Jan. 22 in Vancouver, British Columbia with stops at the Forum in Los Angeles and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

Driver collides with school bus

On Oct. 11, at approximately 2 p.m., Timothy F. Tarr, 65, was driving a Yosemite Unified School District bus heading southbound on Highway 41. Tarr stopped at the intersection with Mecca Lane in Coarsegold, waiting to safely make a left turn. According to the CHP, Naomi G. Smith, 51, of Fresno, also traveling southbound at approximately 55 mph, was unable to stop before colliding with the rear of the bus, which caused Smith's vehicle, a Chevrolet Malibu, to head towards the right into a nearby ditch.

California Chapter Kicks Off Community Assistance Program in Kingsburg

It was April 27, 2017, a beautiful sunny and comfortably cool Central Valley day, when a team of six planning professionals arrived in Kingsburg, California. The small agricultural community, just 24 miles south of Fresno on State Highway 99, had invited the team for a three-and-a-half day visit to help community leaders prepare a strategy for revitalization of its aging downtown.

Is California ready for a 12,000-member legislature? This governor candidate thinks so

A state legislature made up of 12,000 members? That's the idea being pitched by Republican businessman John Cox, who brought his campaign for governor - and his unconventional "Neighborhood Legislature" proposal - to Fresno on Tuesday. Cox, a tax attorney and CPA from San Diego, said he expects to submit about 900,000 signatures to the secretary of state next week to qualify for next year's election ballot.

Fresno city council clerk gets an emotional apology from Councilman Oliver Baines

Fresno City Councilman Oliver Baines apologizes to the city clerk for Councilman Garry Bredefeld's public remarks that offended some city employees. Fresno City Councilman Oliver Baines apologizes to the city clerk for Councilman Garry Bredefeld's public remarks that offended some city employees.

Fresno hires lawyer for councilman who railed against NFL a take-a-kneea protest

Fresno city councilman Oliver Baines apologizes to the city clerk for Garry Bredefeld's public remarks that offended some city employees. Fresno city councilman Oliver Baines apologizes to the city clerk for Garry Bredefeld's public remarks that offended some city employees.

He killed Wiggles the toy poodle by kicking and standing on it in front of his family

Gerald James Santema, 38, of Fresno, pleaded no contest on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, to a felony charge of animal cruelty for killing a toy poodle by kicking it and standing on top of it. Gerald James Santema, 38, of Fresno, pleaded no contest on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, to a felony charge of animal cruelty for killing a toy poodle by kicking it and standing on top of it.

There have been only a few transgender a Jeopardy!a contestants. One is a former Fresnan

Fran Fried, a former Fresno Bee assistant editor, will appear on "Jeopardy!" on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Fried is believed to be the third transgender person to appear on the popular game show. Fried stands next to the show's host, Alex Trebek.

From farm worker to U.S. ambassador, Phillip V. Sancheza s life was a American dreama

Phillip V. Sanchez, who became the highest-ranking Hispanic official in the administrations of presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan as a U.S. ambassador and assistant director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, died Monday night in his hometown of Fresno. He was 88. The Mexican American man embodied the promise of the American dream in his journey from poverty to prosperity as a leader in government, business, education and publishing.

What would you do with $1 million? Fresno grandma hits big on scratcher

A grandmother of five plans to share her winnings with her family after she turned $2 into $1.2 million by playing the California Lottery. Helen Yonangitti bought her winning "Set for Life Scratchers" at the Fresno Fast 'N Esy Chevron station on East Ashlan Avenue, the lottery reported in a news release.

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