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Situated in the south central San Joaquin Valley, the city of Hanford is an important commercial and cultural center. The Hanford Fox Theatre was built downtown in 1929. The building is used predominately for live concerts and shows including the Charlie Daniels Band and Kathy Griffin. The Bastille, used as the Kings County Jail from 1898 through 1964, was constructed using Romanesque style architecture and features a crenellated octagonal tower. Today it is used as a restaurant and a nightclub.

Population: 41686
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles Hanford Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with hanford, california: 93230
Towns/Cities near hanford, california : Goshen Remnoy Laton Armona Lemoore Grangeville Traver Kingsburg

Hanford News
Looking for a job? You may want to check out this career expo

Over 80 employers are scheduled to attend the Career and Resource Expo on Jan. 25 at the Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, announced Cory Burkarth, a spokesman for the California State Senate. Sen. Andy Vidak, R-Hanford, is hosting the fourth annual job fair, along with Tachi Palace and Coca-Cola.

New weather analysis says ita s getting hotter in Fresno and the Valley

A construction worker pours a bottle of water over his head as he cools off in the shade at the end of the work day Wednesday, June 21, 2017 in Fresno. A construction worker pours a bottle of water over his head as he cools off in the shade at the end of the work day Wednesday, June 21, 2017 in Fresno.

Vandersteen Audio M5-HPA Monoblock Amplifier

Richard Vandersteen, hailing from Hanford, California, was on hand to show off his new creation, the M5-HPA monoblock amplifier. This is a high-pass amplifier, not intended to go full-range as Vandersteen notes, instead intended for a system that would also include a subwoofer.

Around the Valley | Revitalization meeting

Main Street Hanford will hold a community meeting to "Transform Downtown Hanford" at noon Jan. 22 in the city of Hanford Training Room, 319 N. Douty St. John Katovich and Craig Scharton will speak on ways to revitalize and save the historic buildings. Katovich has more than 30 years of experience as a securities lawyer and entrepreneur, and Scharton was Main Street Hanford's first executive director.

If you havena t pruned your roses yet, nowa s the time

Visalia Master Gardener Patty Weeks prunes a rose bush at the Tulare County civic center complex. The Master Gardener volunteer program of the University of California Cooperative Extension Service will present several demonstrations on how to prune and plant roses in Visalia and Hanford this month.

State Sen. Tony Mendoza takes leave of absence during investigation of misconduct accusations

Faced with the threat of an embarrassing senate vote to suspend him, state Sen. Tony Mendoza agreed Wednesday to take a one-month paid leave of absence. Mendoza said he made the decision after a four-hour closed session with Senate Democrats who were considering a rare vote of suspension because of concern over the allegations that he harassed three former aides "I thought that to accommodate that and to take away any appearance of impropriety or any appearance of giving any special influence, I have decided I will take a leave of absence for this month to allow the investigation to move forward," he said, adding he will return Feb. 1 or when the investigation is completed whichever comes first.

Ads thank four California Republicans for their votes to pass tax plan

The fight to define the effects of the new tax law is continuing with new ads that target four vulnerable California Republicans. The six-figure ad buy from the American Action Network, a nonprofit with ties to House Speaker Paul D. Ryan , will run on television and online through January.

CHP seeks driver who fled accident scene

The California Highway Patrol needs your help in identifying and apprehending the driver of a hit and run accident Dec. 30, which closed Highway 41 for about 30 minutes. According to the CHP, at about 5:15 p.m., the unknown party was operating a 2018 Ford F-150, traveling northbound on Highway 41 near Road 200, when the driver crossed a solid double yellow line, entering the southbound lane and sideswiping a 2015 Ford F-150 driven by Cody Bishop, 29, of Hanford.

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Randomness a key in spread of disease, other 'evil'

An unfortunate church dinner more than 100 years ago did more than just spread typhoid fever to scores of Californians. It led theorists on a quest to understand why many diseases - including typhoid, measles, polio, malaria, even cancer - take so much longer to develop in some affected people than in others.

A Fresno man died after driving into oncoming traffic on New Yeara s Day

A 33-year-old Fresno man died after driving head-on into opposing traffic just two hours into the new year, the California Highway Patrol said.

Hanford family hopes for no more loss after fatal DUI hit-and-run crash

A memorial, with crosses, candles, balloons, roses and a teddy bear, was built at the site of a fatal Christmas night hit-and-run in Hanford, where a man died and his wife and three children were injured after their vehicle was struck at Hume and South Eleventh avenues. A memorial, with crosses, candles, balloons, roses and a teddy bear, was built at the site of a fatal Christmas night hit-and-run in Hanford, where a man died and his wife and three children were injured after their vehicle was struck at Hume and South Eleventh avenues.

Fresno started its rainy season a significantly belowa normal. How will 2018 look?

It is a bad air day in winter when The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District bans wood burning. That was the case Wednesday.

10 NYE events worth going out for a " from a neon party countdown to a karaoke bash

There's no shame in staying in on New Year's Eve, binge-watching your favorite television show and counting down the ball drop with Steve Harvey or Anderson Cooper or Ryan Seacrest . Those looking to get away from the couch will find dozens of NYE options - too many to list in total.

Hours after he was killed in a Christmas hit-and-run, his injured fianc e gives birth

A memorial to Raymond Romero Jr. has sprung up near where his family's car came to rest at the corner of Hume Avenue and South Eleventh Street in Hanford on Christmas Eve after it was plowed into by a hit-and-run driver. The 31-year-old, his fiancA©e, Miranda Garza, and their two sons traveled from Hanford to Romero's hometown of Corcoran to eat tamales and exchange gifts at his grandmother's home.

Hanfor police hunt hit-run driver after fatal crash

A man died and four members of his family were injured Christmas night in Hanford after their vehicle was struck by a hit-and-run driver, police report. The crash took place at Hume Avenue and South Eleventh Street, according to Channel 26, KMPH.

She brings Christmas cheer to a poor neighborhood where she grew up

Elaine Robles-McGraw is a community organizer who is helping kids and families living in motels have a happy Christmas. She is one of our 2017 Faces of Christmas.

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