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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, we are being tested on free speech. How will history grade us?

It is appropriate that the current free speech debate is emerging from our region's largest university, Fresno State, home of tests and lessons. Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar, who is on leave, branded the newly deceased Barbara Bush a "racist" for comments she made about blacks during Hurricane Katrina.

One serves the mentally ill; one serves sushi. Four letters link these Fresno spots

Christina Roup, NAMI Fresno executive director, stands outside the organization's office in north Fresno. The family-based organization that offers support to people with mental illness and their families has been confused with a Japanese restaurant, Nami, that's under construction nearby at the Park Crossing shopping center.

Developer Terance Frazier in his Broadway Event Center, located just...

Fresno developer Terance Frazier thought he was helping a west Fresno neighborhood by donating land to State Center Community College District for its proposed west Fresno campus. But then Frazier found out State Center later gave another developer the right of first refusal to buy his land when that developer also sold land to the district for the campus.

'Books, not bullets,' Edison High students chant at Fresno Unified office

About 100 Edison High students left campus as part of National School Walkout Day on Friday, April 20, 2018. At the Fresno Unified office, they chanted "books, not bullets," and met with FUSD superintendent Bob Nelson.

Meet candidates vying to replace Clint Olivier on Fresno City Council

Candidates vying to replace Clint Olivier on the Fresno City Council will meet in a "Candidate Conversation" on Saturday morning, April 28. The event, hosted by the League of Women Voters of Fresno, begins at 11 a.m. at Stone Soup, 1345 Bulldog Lane. Olivier is being termed out of his District 7 seat.

17 pounds of marijuana, cash seized in Fresno drug sweep

Fresno police reported seizing about 17 pounds of marijuana and a large amount of cash during an operation involving SWAT team members and an armored vehicle on Thursday. Officers arrested Matthew Vallez, 34, in the 700 block of West Palo Alto Avenue, near Palm and Sierra avenues, during the operation, said Lt.

Around the Valley | Republican women, picnic, dental screening

Fresno County & City Republican Women Federated will meet at noon April 26 at Ramada Inn, 324 E. Shaw Ave. Fresno Mayor Lee Brand is this month's featured speaker. Our journalism takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work to produce.

Fresno auto parts store employee shot trying to stop potential shoplifter, police say

An O'Reilly Auto Parts employee received a serious gun wound after attempting to stop a potential shoplifter in north Fresno on Thursday night. Officers received a call around 9 p.m. that a person had been shot at the corner of Sierra and Blackstone avenues, said Fresno Police Lt.

Will attorney-client privilege boost secrecy in police reviews? Dylan Noble's attorney says yes

The attorney representing Dylan Noble's family in a civil suit against the city of Fresno and two officers urged the city council Thursday not to vote for a policy change that gives the city's Office of Independent Review access to attorney-client privileged information. The policy grants the independent reviewer, John Gliatta, limited access to attorney-client privileged information.

Fresno police officer Jim Young takes his K9 partner, Gunner, a...

Fresno police officer Jim Young takes his K9 partner, Gunner, a 6-year-old Belgian malinois, through an obstacle course at the Fresno Police Department's K9 training field in Fresno on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Two California legislators are trying to improve protections for police dogs and horses who get hurt in the line of duty.

Darling rendering plant relocation sparks lawsuit against Fresno by possible neighbors

After Fresno neighbors for years battled in court against a stinky meat processing plant - and the city council finally approved a relocation plan - the city now faces a lawsuit from the plant's potential new neighbors. James and Lisa Quist, the owners of Quist Dairy, farm walnuts and almonds on Jensen Avenue, near city-owned land where the council chose to relocate the Darling Ingredients plant from its current location on 795 W. Belgravia Ave. The Quists filed a lawsuit last fall seeking a judge's mandate to suspend and prevent the relocation of the plant, require the city to conduct an environmental impact report, and for the city to pay their attorney fees.

Fire at Poppy and California in southwest Fresno

A fire department spokesman said several people were living in the structure Where the blaze erupted on Poppy Avenue just south of California Avenue. No one was injured in the fire, but spokesman Hector Vasquez said the fire spread to the trees nearby, which could have caused it to extend to nearby buildings.

Fresno puts rental property owners on notice. It's time to register your properties.

City code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater, improperly hooked up, with bare wires exposed, at an apartment complex at 4551 E. Clay, as part of a new code enforcement effort by the city to address substandard housing on Jan. 27, 2016. The city of Fresno this week has started mailing out nearly 25,000 letters officially directing property owners to sign up for the online rental housing registry or face penalties.

Engine that failed in fatal Southwest incident is common on flights into Fresno

The same type of jet engine that failed this week on a Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas is also found on many aircraft that provide airline flights to and from Fresno on a daily basis - and was reportedly involved in a similar engine failure aboard another Southwest flight in 2016. The CFM56-7B engine model was the subject of a proposed FAA rule last August ordering airlines to undertake ultrasonic inspections of fan blades inside certain engines.

Drug sweep in northwest Fresno

Police conducting a narcotics sweep brought a SWAT unit, an armored vehicle and a helicopter into northwest Fresno on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Catholic Bishop Armando X. Ochoa helps survivors heal spiritual wounds in prayers with staff one year after a shooter killed one man outside Catholic Charities in Fresno and two others nearby.

Professor calls Barbara Bush 'amazing racist'; taunts 'I'll never be fired'

A California professor called Barbara Bush an "amazing racist" on Twitter and then taunted her critics with her status as a tenured faculty member. "I'll never be fired," Randa Jarrar, a professor at California State University Fresno, tweeted, according to The Washington Post .

Blossom, Boss, LoveBug and Rosie are looking for new homes

Blossom gets along with children, other dogs and avoids cats. You can meet her at Petsmart River Park on Friday nights from 2-6 p.m. or Saturdays from 11-3 p.m.She is available through Fresno Humane Animal Services, 760 W. Nielsen Ave. in Fresno.

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