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The 3 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods In Fresno

Fresno is a place full of different communities, making it ideal for almost everybody to feel at home. Most parts of these neighborhoods are ranked as the best, but others are not. These are the three worst neighborhoods to live in Fresno, according to data corrected and analyzed by Areavibes.
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Argument leads to fatal stabbing in Fresno, police say

FRESNO, Calif. (FOX26) — A 50-year-old man was rushed to the hospital following a fatal stabbing that took place Tuesday evening near Belmont and Roosevelt Avenues in Fresno. - Human remains found in Wyoming belong to Gabby Petito, homicide suspected, officials say. According to Fresno Police, an argument broke out...

Deadly shooting Tuesday morning in Fresno

FRESNO Calif, (FOX26) — Homicide detectives are at the scene of a deadly shooting at Franklin Ave. and Broadway St., near Belmont and Fulton. The call came in around 9:30 Tuesday morning. Police say a man was shot outside a home on Franklin Ave. He was taken to Community Regional...

Man arrested for allegedly shooting two people in Clovis – then himself

CLOVIS, California (KGPE) – A woman is dead and a man is under arrest following a triple shooting in Clovis early Monday, according to the Clovis Police Department. Officers say 37-year-old Antonio Saldana Junior faces charges for allegedly shooting two people and then himself shortly after midnight – near Gettysburg and Temperance. Saldana was taken to the hospital and will be booked into jail once released.

Man shot and killed near Downtown Fresno, police say

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Authorities say a man was shot to death near Downtown Fresno Tuesday, leading to an investigation by Fresno police. Police responded to multiple calls of a shooting victim in the area of Franklin Avenue and Broadway Street near downtown Fresno, investigators say. It was there that investigators say they found the victim with at least one gunshot wound.
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How Long Before Fresno Ends Homelessness? What’s Dyer’s Plan?

The latest report from HUD shows California leading the nation in homelessness and more than 80% of unsheltered individuals in the state’s big cities, Fresno among them. “There’s absolutely no way we’re going to address all 4,000 of those people in six months or even in one year. It’s going to require us to be steadfast over the next four years in order to make sure that we’re housing and servicing as many as we possibly can.” — Fresno Mayor Jerry Dyer.

Tickets now on sale for the Granville Home of Hope

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) – In less than a month, one lucky person will be the winner of the 2021 Granville Home of Hope. The tickets are now on sale. For $100 you have a chance at winning a Granville home, valued at over $500,000. It’s in the gated canvas on the Bluffs neighborhood at Copper River Ranch in northeast Fresno. 100% of this year’s proceeds will benefit 11 local charities.

Weapon brandished at school bus, identified as BB gun, Sanger Unified says

SANGER, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – A Sanger Unified school bus driver reported a weapon brandished at the bus on Tuesday – prompting a police response to identify the suspect. According to the school district, the incident took place around 3:30 p.m. on Route 7, Bus 4, as it was in the area of Faller and Annadale. An individual was seen brandishing what appeared to be a weapon and the driver called 911.
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ESPN college football icon leads chorus of praise for Fresno State, Jake Haener

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit, one of the biggest names in the business, is leading the chorus this week cheering on Fresno State. Herbstreit named Fresno State his top performing team from Week 3 after the then-unranked Bulldogs went into the Rose Bowl and pulled out a 40-37 victory over then No. 13-UCLA Bruins.