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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
California farmers, winemakers kick dirt over Chinese tariffs

Wine and grapes, such as these from Frog's Leap winery in Rutherford, are among the California products that could face retaliatory tariffs from China in response to President Trump's plans to target Chinese imports such as steel and aluminum. California's vintners and growers fumed Friday at the growing prospect that wine, nuts, fruit and other Golden State exports would become collateral damage in a trade battle between President Trump and China.

Now there's a new way across the San Joaquin River for two-wheelers

Cyclists from the Fresno Cycling Club and the Fresno County Bicycling Coalition turn off on the Rio Mesa off-ramp after riding along Highway 41 starting from the Friant Road onramp on Friday, March 23, 2018. Caltrans opened the section of Highway 41 between Madera and Fresno to bicyclist on Friday in an effort to encourage multi-modal transportation.

500 inmates taken by ICE under Fresno County Sheriffa s partnership

Five hundred inmates have been deported or otherwise taken into custody by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement since the Fresno County Sheriff's Office partnered with federal immigration officers in 2015. The numbers were released by the Sheriff's Office this week regarding the short-lived program, which drew criticism and protests over the two years it was in place.

Westlandsa water rights bill is poison for taxpayers

Irrigated fields in the Westlands Water District border Interstate 5 and the parched Diablo Range beyond, west of Tranquility in Californiaas Central Valley.. A state-created utility on paper, Westlands in practice is a formidable political force bent on keeping water flowing to itself and to farms across the Californiaas agricultural heartland.

Erica Rodriguez, left, and Abel Villa, right, working for Frontline...

Erica Rodriguez, left, and Abel Villa, right, working for Frontline Media Solutions contracted by Toys "R" Us, carry signs to grab attention of passing motorists along Shaw Avenue announcing the close-out sale Friday, March 23, 2018 in Clovis. Going-out-business sales started Friday at the Toys R Us on Shaw Avenue in Clovis and the Babies R Us on north Blackstone Avenue.

Storms hammer Central Valley. Find out what areas were hit worst

The wet central San Joaquin Valley floor could make for some dangerous travel conditions, especially Thursday night, as the series of storms that pounded the area begin to diminish, said National Weather Service meteorologist Dan Harty. The saturated ground covered with about 2 to 3 total inches of rain has the potential to cause trees or power poles to fall, said Harty.

Fresno intersection flooded by rainstorm

Heavy rain hit southern California on Thursday, March 22, leaving roads awash with flash floods. This footage shows the swamped intersection in front of a beauty salon in Fresno, California.

You might be surprised at the life this Fresno woman had before becoming homeless

Her name is Janet, and she's been homeless for the past four years. Street minister Lance Pearce of Selma got her to open up and she revealed she continues to do methamphetamine not just because she's addicted -- but because it helps prevent her from feeling hungry and keeps her alert on the streets.

The Latest: Widespread street flooding in California

Commuters find cover in a bus stop in Adelanto, Calif., as rain began to fall on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. Janet waits for her bus under the cover of a new umbrella at a bus stop in Adelanto, Calif., as rain began to fall on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

Thong Vang says he fired in self defense

An Oakhurst couple describe the rise in the level of Nelder Creek near Bass Lake. The ate lunch while watching the show.

High on meth and paranoid, jail shooter claims he fired on officers in self-defense

A Fresno man testified Thursday that he shot two correctional officers inside the main Fresno County Jail lobby in September 2016 after a lieutenant fired at him first. But on cross-examination, Vang admitted that officer Juanita Davila, who was shot in the neck, was unarmed.

Forecasters warn of mudslide dangers in California

A powerful storm spread more rain across California on Thursday, flooding streets and threatening to unleash mud and debris flows into communities near areas burned bare by wildfires. The National Weather Service said there were numerous reports of street flooding in the Central Valley cities of Fresno and Clovis.

Correctional officer who helped apprehend alleged highway shooter describes scene

Hector Villarreal testified at the preliminary hearing of Jorge Gracia about what happened that day. Gracia, of Kerman, is suspected of being the gunman who randomly shot at motorists on Highway 145 west of Fresno in November and December and has been charged with five counts of assault with a semi-automatic firearm.

Kids head to Garfield Elementary in the rain, in Clovis, Wednesday morning.

The water isn't letting up during the next few days leading up to Friday, as Fresno can possibly see another 2 inches of rain. Meteorologist Dan Harty of the National Weather Service in Hanford said the rain is significantly higher from last year's March total in Fresno, which was around 1.47 inches.

Michael Pollan on yogurt

Fresno State grad Daniel Malcolm's Sparkle Ties are now available at Orloff's Jewelery, Fresno Lexus, and online. Sparkle Ties are often classic designs, but set with rhinestones or Swarovsky crystals.

Two men arrested after pat down leads to discovery of armed felon

Two men were arrested Wednesday after a pat down by officers revealed one of the men is an armed felon. According to a news release from Fresno police, two officers were patrolling at 777 N Parkway at Welcome Inn when they encountered Kevion Hogan, 24, and Davorris Ray, 22. Officers performed a pat search on Hogan and uncovered a dirk/dagger in his position and placed him under arrest.

Cesar Chavez's granddaughter: Courage is critical in this era of political division

Julie Chavez Rodriguez still remembers the pain she felt as a child when a woman told her, "I hope he dies this time," about her grandfather, farm worker advocate and labor leader Cesar Chavez. She was just 10 years old and passing out fliers outside a Fresno grocery store about the need to ban certain pesticides on grapes to protect farm workers.

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