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Farmers Could Face Falling Income
Fresno farmers will see their incomes plunge this year.
19:10:29 February 12, 2006, Sunday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Increased Interest in Fresno Sex Club?
An Action News investigation may have sparked interest in a new sex club in Fresno. The club's attorney says more people are now calling for information.
19:10:28 February 12, 2006, Sunday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Police Narrow Suspects in Attack on Realtor
Police say they know exactly who they are looking for in the attack of a local real estate agent.
16:08:09 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
L.A. Stops Identifying Police Officers Involved In Shootings
Police officers involved in shootings are no longer being publicly identified by the city's Police Commission.
16:06:09 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Highway 99 Re-Opened After Multi-Vehicle Accident
A one-mile stretch of Highway 99's northbound lanes between Delano and Earlimart were closed for close to six hours today after a series of more than 20 crashes.
16:05:35 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Park Officials to Search For Missing Airmen
The National Park Service plans to head into the Sierra to look for other victims from a 63-year-old military plane crash.
16:01:33 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Man Convicted After Roeding Park Sex Sting
A Fresno County jury has come back with the first conviction in connection with a sex sting at Roeding Park.
16:01:26 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Prosecutors Oppose Clemency For Man Who Killed Lodi Teenager
Michael Morales should be put to death this month for the rape and murder of a 17-year-old Lodi girl even though he now expresses remorse, San Joaquin County prosecutors wrote Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Monday.
15:58:56 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Women Wanted For Questioning in Murder
Police in Reedley are searching for two women who may have witnessed a recent murder.
15:56:37 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Lemoore Fighter Jet Crashes in Florida
A fighter jet based out of Lemoore Naval Air Station has crashed in Florida.
03:55:56 February 7, 2006, Tuesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Police Investigating Reedley Man's Death
An homicide investigation has police asking for your help to solve the death of a long time Reedley resident.
17:55:23 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Postal Killer May Have Shot Neighbor
A woman who went on a suicidal rampage inside a mail processing plant, killing six employees, may also have killed a former neighbor in the hour before the attack, sheriff's officials said Wednesday.
17:55:00 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Series Of Storms Keeps Sierra Snowpack Above Normal
A series of January storms has kept the vital Sierra Nevada snowpack about 20 percent above normal for this time of year, according to a new snow survey conducted Wednesday.
17:54:29 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Council Rejects New Fresno Target Plan
Plans to build a Target in Northwest Fresno were scrapped Tuesday by the Fresno City Council.
17:53:15 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Pregnant Woman Shot & Killed in Fresno
A young pregnant woman is dead and the overnight murder investigation prompted Fresno police to shut down Easterby Elementary School for the entire day.
17:46:07 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Bank Robbery Suspect Admits to More Robberies
The Visalia man accused of taking hostages at a South Valley bank last week is now admitting to a much larger criminal past.
07:42:26 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Corcoran Woman Arrested for Embezzlement
Corcoran police have arrested a woman they say embezzled thousands of dollars from the city's chamber of commerce.
06:42:23 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
City Accepts Settlement From Archie Crippen
It was a fire that burned for nearly a month, pouring black smoke into the valley air.
02:31:45 February 1, 2006, Wednesday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Visalia Man Held On Charges Of Bank Robbery
A man who kept a group of bank employees hostage for more than 10 hours with a pellet gun is being held today on charges of bank robbery and seven counts of hostage-taking, according to police.
16:11:53 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Patrick Booth Returning to Jail in Nevada
The man convicted of terrorizing a Madera County family has left the state to continue serving a previous sentence.
16:10:19 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Former TV News Anchor John Malos Arrested
Former television news anchor John Malos was arrested over an incident that happened at Children's Hospital Central California.
16:06:27 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
William Cockerham Released From Jail
William Cockerham was arrested because federal authorities say he traded child pornography. The well known valley educator and coach was released from jail on Wednesday.
16:05:48 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Schwarzenegger Approval Ratings Improve With His Budget, Bonds
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's approval rating improved slightly this month after he announced a record $125.6 billion budget and a $222 billion public works improvement plan, according to a new poll released Thursday.
16:05:46 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Two Teens Beaten, Four Arrested in Visalia
Two boys were attacked walking home from school in the south valley. Now, police say they have the four suspects in custody.
16:01:25 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Three Indicted On Charges Of Plotting Against Forest Service Lab
Three activists were cooking up homemade plastic explosives and planned to test their device the day they were arrested, federal prosecutors alleged Wednesday as they indicted the trio.
15:58:01 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Possible Ownership Change for Fresno Falcons
A major change could be coming for Fresno's hockey team. Action News has learned the Fresno Falcons could soon be owned by the same group that owns the Fresno Grizzlies baseball team.
01:38:31 January 26, 2006, Thursday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Historic Merced Silos Removed for Development
A Merced landmark is coming down. Twelve silos off Highway 59 in Merced are being destroyed to make way for a new development.
16:45:19 January 20, 2006, Friday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
City Council Member Proposes Dog Ordinances
A Fresno city council member has proposed a plan to keep people safe from dog attacks. It's a far reaching plan to toughen the dog control ordinances in Fresno.
16:38:12 January 20, 2006, Friday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Navy Investigating Deadly SoCal Plane Crash
The Navy continues to investigate a deadly fighter crash in the Southern California desert. They have now identified the pilot who was killed.
16:30:43 January 20, 2006, Friday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines
Students Arrested After Bringing Gun to School
Two boys have been expelled and arrested for bringing a gun onto the campus of Westside Intermediate School in Los Banos.
02:23:44 January 20, 2006, Friday (PST) Source: KFSN News headlines