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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
Faith in Fresno focuses on immigration at Presidents Day rally

Faith in Fresno rallied Monday to bring attention to issues affecting both undocumented immigrants and the communities affected by federal immigration bans. Fresh off his Best of Breed win at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York, Joel is back home in Fresno with co-owners Doug and Nicole Tucker.

From the scene of the rampage in East Central Fresno

Neighbors react after three teens were taken into custody after rampaging through a neighborhood Monday morning in east central Fresno. The teens were taken to ambulances to be checked out.

Remembering Japanese internment with former Sun reporter Gene Oishi

Seventy-five years ago, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, sending nearly 120,000 Japanese and U.S. citizens to internment camps around the United States. One was former Baltimore Sun reporter Gene Oishi, then 8 years old.

Western Prelacy News - 2/17/17

February 17, 2017 Western Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate 6252 Honolulu Avenue La Crescenta, CA 91214 Tel: 248-7737 Fax: 248-7745 E-mail: Website: PRELATE TO PRESIDE OVER DIVINE LITURGY ST. GARABED CHURCH IN HOLLYWOOD On Sunday, February 19, 2017, H.E. Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate, will preside over Divine Liturgy at St. Garabed Church in Hollywood.

Education Buzz for Sunday, Feb. 19

Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin , from "Children of a Lesser God," will be a guest of honor at the sold-out Silent Garden Gala on Feb. 25 at Fort Washington Country Club in Fresno. The event will begin at 5 p.m. at 10272 N. Millbrook Ave., east of Woodward Lake.

a Japanese American Voices from the Insidea opens with haiku readings, awards

Fresno State celebrated the opening of an exhibit marking the 75th anniversary of the placement of Japanese Americans in internment camps with a ceremony before a packed house Sunday afternoon. "9066: Japanese American Voices from the Inside" will run in the university's Henry Madden Library through April.

Hillside HS named 'Model Continuation School' for 2017 by State Superintendent of Schools

Upland, CA - Hillside High School in Upland has been designated a Model Continuation High School for 2017 by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson. Hillside, which serves 180 students in 11th and 12 grades, was one of 35 continuation schools across California to earn MCHS designation for operative innovative academic programs that help prepare at-risk students for 21st century careers and college.

Catholic Muslim' fine with faith

FRESNO, Calif. - Thalia Arenas of Fresno sometimes is asked, "How are you Muslim if you're Mexican? I don't understand."

Valley gets a break before another storm arrives Sunday

Water levels are high along the Fresno Slough near South James Road on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Tranquillity. Officials issued a flood warning to approximately 80 homes in the area on Friday, after a levee was weakened by heavy water flows from recent storms.

Hundreds march through downtown for making Fresno a sanctuary city

A few hundred people gathered at Fresno City Hall on Saturday afternoon for a march downtown protesting the presence of federal immigration agents in the city and Mayor Lee Brand's decision against making Fresno a sanctuary city. The march trailed 1.7 miles around downtown to the jail, police department, the offices of Rep. Jim Costa, U.S. Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement holding facility.

Fresno police: Parents may have abducted 2-year-old girl from aunt

Fresno police say a 2-year-old girl who was in the care of her aunt may have been abducted by her parents early Saturday, and they're asking for the public's help to find her. Allison Sanchez was removed from her parents by Child Protective Services, police said.

Woman dead in crash on Kearney Boulevard west of Fresno

A woman is dead after she was involved in a crash west of Highway 99 on Saturday morning, said Sgt. Joseph Bianchi with the California Highway Patrol.

Lunch talk with Aram Demirjian: tacos, Aerosmith, romance and the Fresno Philharmonic

A sure-fire way to make Aram Demirjian happy? Offer him some of his aunt's yalanchi, the famed Armenian vegetarian stuffed grape leaves. "I'm a big taco fan," he says.

Fresno man with dementia missing

James Cecil Thomas, 61, was last seen leaving his home at 290 E. El Paso Ave. on Wednesday. He is 5-foot-11, 170 pounds and has no teeth, police said.

Self defense so popular in Fresno ita s getting its own school

Christopher Hein's self-defense seminars kept selling out, the last one within 15 minutes. The popularity inspired Hein to open a school focused just on self defense.

As California's Organic Farming Pioneers Age, A Younger Generation Steps In

The generation that pioneered organic farming is beginning to retire. These farmers want what they've built to last.

It took 10 months, but raisin growers, packers finally agree on price for 2016 crop

After 10 months of negotiations, central San Joaquin Valley raisin farmers and packers have finally agreed to a price of $1,100 a ton for the 2016 crop, a drop of 31 percent from the previous year. Although raisin farmers are taking a hit, they realize the industry is going through several challenges, including a rise in foreign competition.

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