Detectives believe some sort of argument occurred before several people got into different cars and drove off, following each other.
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The man Fresno County Sheriff's deputies were searching for in Squaw Valley on Friday has been found dead.
A downtown Fresno barbershop is taking action to make sure local students have everything they need to head back to school.
A Fresno non-profit is taking action to keep students off the streets and offering a creative outlet for them to express themselves.
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An investigation is underway after a man was shot by Madera County deputies on Friday.
The speed limit on the Kings River has changed due to dropping water levels. The maximum speed limit is now 5 miles per hour for all boats and jet skis.
'(The firefighters) couldn't hear my parents screaming:' Fresno County residents Mike and Ann Russell are recovering from second- and third-degree burns and the loss of their home, car, and belongings, after narrowly escaping the Pebble Fire that broke out on July 31.
The US Department of Transportation has awarded more than $17 million to go toward the city's "Zero-Emission Transition Project."
Parlier police arrested a man accused of sneaking into an apartment and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
If approved by voters, the transportation tax plan will remain in place for another 30 years, raising $7 billion.
It has been a very emotional week for Pahoua Lor, who will be sworn into the Fresno County Superior Court bench as the state's first Hmong American female judge.
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Homeowners in Fig Garden tell Action News they're canceling the walk nights on Christmas Tree Lane this year.
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Action News has uncovered disturbing new details - including a step-by-step plan to kidnap a 13-year-old girl - from a 2016 case that's making news again this week.