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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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The TV pitchman behind the plan to create a Hmong homeland insists ita s no scam

Steve Moua said he pitched the plan for a Hmong homeland on TV because "we are the indigenous people of Asia. That is our home."

5 Things To Do Today, Sunday, Oct. 22 | Big Band, Mother Earth and champagne brunch

The Russian pianist was winner of the 1971 Marguerite Long International Piano Competition in Paris and has performed with leading orchestras all over the world. He will perform pieces by Brahms and Mussorgsky.

Ita s about time. Neglected west Fresno gets $38m boost in education, retail, green energy

Now it's time to put west Fresno in the headlines. And not your typical negative news, but headlines praising the community's resiliency and power to turn around.

To see - forgotten people' and stop injustice, Catholic leaders take Mass on the road

Bishop Armando Ochoa begins the Mass outside a building that resembles a large red barn. He carries a hooked staff covered in animal fur and wears moccasins and a leather sash - a tribute to the nearby Tule River Tribe.

A scene from Children's Musical Theaterworks production of "Mary Poppins" in December 2015.

The Children's Musical Theaterworks will have to leave its longtime downtown performance center by Dec. 31, the city of Fresno is telling the nonprofit. Board President KC Rutiaga said the nonprofit on Saturday opened a letter from Bruce Rudd, interim assistant city manager and interim director of the Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services Department , who explained that the Veteran's Memorial Auditorium requires $3.5 million in repairs and upgrades to bring the building up to code.

Republican candidate for Governor, John Cox during visit to Contra...

John Cox is a Republican candidate for Governor of California. On Wednesday, October 18, Herald staff was invited to meet and interview him while he spent some time campaigning in Contra Costa County.

A Gathering of Eagles: James E. Brown III

Jim Brown graduated "With Distinction" from the Virginia Military Institute in 1976 with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, earned a Master of Science in Management from Troy University, and completed graduate study in Mechanical Engineering with California State University-Fresno. Following two European tours flying the F-4 and F-5, he was selected to attend the USAF Test Pilot School at Edwards Air Force Base where he graduated with Class 86A in December 1986 Following graduation he tested the A-7, F-15 Eagle, F-117 and F-22.

Drop the delay a " protect renters living in misery

After nearly 14 years of protests, dozens of meetings with various officials, extensive research and lots of prayer, hundreds of concerned citizens and dedicated families finally convinced the Fresno City Council to pass breakthrough legislation that will begin to hold slumlords accountable for their unhealthy and dangerous properties. This historic vote to approve the Rental Housing Improvement Act happened in February.

Solid Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias concert yields tender moment with Fresno a dreamera

Latin pop double threats Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias gave strong performances in Fresno Friday night, but one moment will likely stick out in the memories of many who attended. It happened about 20 minutes into Iglesias' set, when the singer and most of his band moved from the massive main stage at the east side of the Save Mart Center to a smaller stage in the center.

Months behind schedule, Fulton Street restoration is completed. Now comes the driving

Nineteen months of construction - accompanied by consternation, anxiety and, in recent weeks, anticipation - will come to a formal end on Saturday as Fresno celebrates the complete reopening of Fulton Street to automobile traffic for the first time in more than 50 years. A handful of dignitaries including Mayor Lee Brand, former Mayor Ashley Swearengin and Rep. Jim Costa, D-Fresno, will be ferried to the intersection of Fulton and Mariposa Streets in a parade of classic cars for a 3 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony at the intersection of Fulton and Mariposa streets.

3 Fresno men sentenced for Avila Beach brawl that broke womana s skull

From left, Gregory Rodriguez, 20; Nicholas Rodriguez, 19; and Andrew Alonso, 27, all of Fresno, received various terms in County Jail and state prison for their role in a June fight at the Avila Pier that seriously injured a woman. From left, Gregory Rodriguez, 20; Nicholas Rodriguez, 19; and Andrew Alonso, 27, all of Fresno, received various terms in County Jail and state prison for their role in a June fight at the Avila Pier that seriously injured a woman.

Prayer tents will be up throughout Fresno this weekend

Virginia La Salle, with Linda Crowder, offer prayers for anyone walking or driving by the canopies they set up at Van Ness and Belmont avenues. La Salle is leading a campaign to have 100 prayer tents around Fresno this weekend.

Work underway on shop building for new Career Technical Education Charter in Fresno

Fresno County Schools Superintendent Jim A. Yovino talks about the new high school that will open next year with 125 students. Fresno County Schools Superintendent Jim A. Yovino talks about the new high school that will open next year with 125 students.

Rosea s Bee B&B hosted worldwide journalists, showing off Fresno and all California

Back in the day, when The Bee participated in a visiting journalist program, I had the pleasure of engaging a half dozen journalists from afar. Germany, France, Poland, China, Mexico and Hungary.

a oeSnobby little hipstersa overrunning and ruining downtown, accused vandal says

Security video released by the Fresno Police Department shows a person vandalizing an area along Fulton Street on Oct. 15. Police arrested a 53-year-old Fresno man in connection with the crime. Security video released by the Fresno Police Department shows a person vandalizing an area along Fulton Street on Oct. 15. Police arrested a 53-year-old Fresno man in connection with the crime.

Herea s what Fresno high school students say theya re learning about sex

In the face of the state's highest rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, some Fresno Unified students say they are not learning much about sexual health in school, or talking about it at home. Of the nearly 160 Fresno Unified high school students who took an anonymous, voluntary survey conducted by The Bee, more than half said they had only "learned a little" about sex in school.

How name-calling and labeling erode trust and keep people from finding solutions

Joe Capley-Alfano, center, and his husband, Frank Capley-Alfano, who've been together 15 years and married seven, hold an American flag in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. The Supreme Court is set to hear historic arguments in cases that could make same-sex marriage the law of the land.

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