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About: tulare, california

Tulare is located in central California. The city is named after the Tulare Lake, which was once the largest freshwater lake west of the Great lakes. However Tulare Lake is currently drained. A point of interest in Tulare is the Tulare Water Tower which resembles a glass of milk. It even features a striped red straw rising from the top of the structure. The tower honors the community's position as one of the leading dairy producers in the state of California.

Population: 43994
Local Newspapers: Hanford Sentinel Porterville Recorder Selma Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Tulare Miners
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Zip Codes associated with tulare, california: 93274
Towns/Cities near tulare, california : Corcoran Tipton Porterville Strathmore Lindsay Exeter Farmersville

Tulare News
Kaweah Delta: "It is unrealistic to re-open TRMC by October"

In a letter to Tulare Regional Medical Center officials on Monday, Kaweah Delta's CEO said the Visalia hospital is interested in partnering with Tulare. Kaweah Delta: "It is unrealistic to re-open TRMC by October" In a letter to Tulare Regional Medical Center officials on Monday, Kaweah Delta's CEO said the Visalia hospital is interested in partnering with Tulare.

Ivanka Trump's motorcade passes through Fresno County

The 855,000- square-foot Fresno Amazon fulfillment center will employ 1,500 full-time workers who will pack and ship items sold online. The 72-acre site has parking for more than 350 semi-trailers and about 2,600 spaces for employee parking.

'Chaos' on northwest Visalia streets has drivers confused

Over the next several months, some Visalia streets will get a major overhaul. Here's what streets to steer clear of to avoid the confusion.

Deputies say one of these two people pulled the trigger, but who?

Month-long homicide investigation leads to the arrest of these suspects Two people were arrested in connection to a May homicide in a remote location in Tulare. Check out this story on visaliatimesdelta.com: https://vtd-tar.co/2tcYDm8 Following the discovery of the body, Tulare County sheriff's detectives quickly began working to piece together what happened.

Second video of two men trying to set fire to two flags

The Tulare County Sheriff's Office released a video to two men trying to burn two flags at a charter school in Tulare. A video shows a vandal destroying the "soldier's cross" statue at the Veterans Memorial Building in Visalia, California on Monday, June 11, 2018.

Will Tulare City Council keep Carlton Jones mayor?

The city of Tulare may have more than 60,000 people, but only five residents have the power to select its mayor - the Tulare City Council. Will Tulare City Council keep Carlton Jones mayor? The city of Tulare may have more than 60,000 people, but only five residents have the power to select its mayor - the Tulare City Council.

TRMC fire sale includes $2.4M Da Vinci, 92% loss

Tulare hospital hasn't used high-tech robot since March 2014, after just 20 procedures. Now, it's being sold for less than a suped-up Tesla.

It's official: Black Bear Diner and its bigfoot chicken-fried steak are coming to Fresno

Black Bear Diner, the popular restaurant serving chicken-fried steak and down-home charm, plans to open its first location in Fresno. There may even be reason to hope for more locations in Fresno and Clovis in the future - but more on that in a moment.

Masked men try to set fire to U.S. flags at Tulare charter school

The Tulare County Sheriff's Office released this photo of a man they want help identifying. He is a suspect in a bizarre flag burning incident at a charter school in Tulare.

The real a fake newsa is Devin Nunesa ad about The Bee

You might be seeing or hearing an ad paid for by the campaign to re-elect Devin Nunes as congressman for the 22nd District. The Fresno Bee is the subject of his ad.

Prosecutors say house fire didn't start 'magically,' arson charges filed

Prosecutors say house fire didn't start 'magically,' arson charges filed A Visalia woman is suspected of starting the blaze in the home's backyard, officers said. Check out this story on visaliatimesdelta.com: https://vtd-tar.co/2MsVuY7 Visalia Fire department responded to a fire in the 800 block of East Vassar Street on Monday, June 11, 2018.

Cancer-causing chemical found in Tulare tap water. Now what?

Water from six wells in Tulare flunked a new test when a cancer-causing chemical came in above state standards, the city said in a letter to customers. But the water is still safe to drink, the city said, because the presence of the chemical is not an emergency .

Gubler moves into second in hotly contested Assembly race, but will it hold up?

Visalia Mayor Warren Gubler has made up a nearly 300-vote deficit to overtake Tulare City Councilman Jose Sigala for a runoff spot against incumbent Devon Mathis in California's 26th Assembly District, unofficial election results posted Monday show. Gubler, a Republican, was 12 votes ahead of Sigala, a Democrat.

Cancer-causing contaminant found in Tulare drinking water

EPA: Short-term exposure may cause eye and throat irritation. Long-term exposure has led to liver and kidney damage and reduced body weight or cancer.

Kaweah Delta 'holding door open' to possibly run TRMC

Kaweah Delta 'holding door open' to possibly run TRMC Four Valley hospitals have shown interest in taking over operations at Tulare Regional Medical Center. Check out this story on visaliatimesdelta.com: https://vtd-tar.co/2MbNnzp Kaweah Delta Assistant Chief Nursing Officer Daniel Allain stands in front of the hospital's second tent aimed to help with patients coming in by ambulance.

Commentary: How social media can build real friendships that last

This past week provided a stark reminder of the importance of social media and how it can be used as a tool for positivity and to build lasting relationships. More than 10 years ago, I started a blog from our rural area on the North Dakota prairie.

Armani the pit bull faces death, owner battles Visalia officials

A judge is considering whether Kimberly Stokes, a woman fighting for the release of her pit bull from Visalia Animal Care Center, has a case. Armani the pit bull faces death as owner battles Visalia officials to release dog A judge is considering whether Kimberly Stokes, a woman fighting for the release of her pit bull from Visalia Animal Care Center, has a case.

He was dropping a friend off at home. Then he was carjacked, Tulare deputies say

A man was carjacked after dropping off a friend in Porterville early Tuesday, the Tulare County Sheriff's office said. At 4:21 a.m. Tuesday, deputies were called out to investigate a report of a carjacking at the 200 block of South Reservation Road.

Homicide suspect lands on Tulare County's most wanted list

Gerardo Vivanco Lopez, 38, is accused of shooting and killing a man on May 30 east of Tulare. The sheriff's department believes he is driving a white Chevrolet van with the license plate number 8Y31854.

Too many Californians lack safe drinking water

When we read about drinking water problems like those in Flint, Michigan, it's easy to think that would never happen here. But the unfortunate fact is that many local water systems in California are failing to provide safe drinking water to their customers through no fault of their own.

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