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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
Yeehaw! Why being a good leader is a lot like riding a different bull every day

Joseph Castro says listening enables a leader to understand more clearly the culture of the organization and community they serve. Joseph Castro says effective learning comes from repeatedly challenging assumptions about how to find new ways to strengthen your organization.

All Yosemite Valley roads to close due to flood warnings, hotel guests leaving

A major storm heading straight for California will force the closure of all roads in the Yosemite Valley at 5 p.m. Friday, the National Park Service reported. All hotel guests are also being moved out of Yosemite Valley in preparation for the storm.

Dog that killed Grover Beach man was police K-9

Kings County Deputy Sheriff Alex Geiger and "Boss" with a demonstration at Hidden Valley Park in Hanford, California in 2013. The dog that attacked and killed a 64-year-old Grover Beach man was an Exeter Police Department K-9.

Flash flood warnings issued in Kern, Tulare counties

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Sandbags and warming centers available as strongest storm in a decade ...

A series of storms that meteorologists on Wednesday called the strongest in 10 years are forecast to bring as much as a foot of rainfall to the Mountain Area. The Madera County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services has established locations to pick up sand or sandbags to help residents protect their homes as a flash flood watch remains in effect as a result.

Man dies shortly after being handcuffed by Lemoore police

Lemoore police arrested a man Saturday who eventually died after he was handcuffed, leading to an investigation by the Kings County Multi-Agency Critical Incident Team. An ambulance arrived to the home on the 1100 block of Pine Court and medical personnel performed CPR.

Snow, freezes, closures: Valley winter swings into full gear for New Yeara s weekend

A wave of cold, wet weather will hit the central San Joaquin Valley just in time for New Year's Day, and the storms could impede holiday travelers heading to Southern California. Meteorologist Kevin Durfee with the National Weather Service in Hanford said several storm systems will move into the Valley over the next week, bringing rain, snow and sub-freezing temperatures.

UCSB Students Rescue 3 Men from Drowning

It didn't take much for UCSB student Sydney Antles to work up the courage to dive into icy cold water to rescue three men from drowning Monday after their truck crashed into a canal near Lemoore, CA. After all, strangers came to her aid when Antles survived her own vehicle accident just over a year ago.

Animal Services sends Grover Beach dog case to DA's office

Kings County Deputy Sheriff Alex Geiger and "Boss" with a demonstration at Hidden Valley Park in Hanford, California in 2013. San Luis Obispo County Animal Services has competed its investigation into the deadly Grover Beach dog attack and has submitted the case to the District Attorney's Office.

USS Buffalo returns from deployment in time for Christmas

Friends and families of the crew from USS Buffalo gathered at the submarine piers on Friday to welcome back the Los Angeles-class submarine as she returned to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam after completing a seven-month deployment to the Western Pacific region. "Every sailor on Buffalo worked hard to make this deployment a success," said Cmdr.

Quay Hays talks about his vision for a master-planned community along I-5

Sixty years ago the Kaweah River flooded and tore through Three Rivers in the middle of the night, wiping out bridges, homes and buildings. Earl McKee tells the story about how he almost lost his horse and his saddle trying reach his cattle in 1955.

Year-round givers: The Beea s 12 Faces of Christmas

Top, from left: Fonda Lehman, Ashley & Tamara Franco, Cheryl Whisenhunt, Rodney Rodriguez Second row: Charlie Bakker, Tyler Morgan, Wasan Abu-Baker, Alicia Lovley Third row: Deanna Driscoll, Jerry James, Joe Hernandez, Judy Gross Since 1995, The Bee has spotlighted a handful of these stories in its "12 Faces of Christmas" series, which represents the thousands of residents who quietly contribute to making the central San Joaquin Valley a better place to live. These are continuing examples of selfless people who comfort the grieving and assist the downtrodden.

Years ago, he turned his life around; now he feeds police department staff on Christmas

Joe Hernandez, center, of Armona, prays with his church group before feeding a turkey dinner to the Hanford police department on Thursday, Dec., 15, 2016 the Hanford Civic Auditorium. Hernandez turned his life around and is now a super volunteer in Hanford.

Thumbs up, thumbs down

The country music duo the Brothers Osborne took their show to the top of their tour bus in the rain earlier this month after a chunk of plaster fell on the stage at the Hanford Fox Theatre. Kaiser Permanente Fresno's Health Education Director Lisa Huiras, left, drops off items donated by Kaiser Permanente Fresno employees to Loreno Moreno, Donor Relations Coordinator at the Marjaree Mason Center.

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