Tulare County, CAyourcentralvalley.com

Woman shot and killed at home in Tulare County, deputies say

TULARE COUNTY, California. (KSEE/KGPE)- A woman has died after she was shot at a home in Woodville on Saturday night, according to the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office. Around 8:20 p.m., deputies were called out to a home near Avenue 168 and Road 166 after someone reported that a gun had been fired during a disturbance.
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Traver, CAyourcentralvalley.com

Central Valley sees two triple-fatal accidents in one day

FRESNO COUNTY, California. (KGPE) – The Central Valley saw two separate triple fatal accidents on Saturday: one happened early in the morning in Caruthers; the other, in Traver. Officials from California Highway Patrol say it’s part of an increase in accidents that’s been happening recently. “We have had an increase...
Visalia, CAyourcentralvalley.com

2 arrested after firearm brandished at a Visalia Motel 6, police say

VISALIA, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – Two people are under arrest following a report about a gun being brandished at a Visalia Motel 6, according to police. Officers say they were sent to the Motel 6 at 4645 W. Noble at around 4:30 p.m., for a report of a subject with a firearm who came to the victim’s door and pointed a gun at him.
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Traver, CAKMPH.com

3 killed in multi-vehicle crash near Traver

Three people have died in a three vehicle collision on Avenue 368 near Road 52 in Tulare County. According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver of a Toyota Camry was driving at a high rate of speed when he drifted into the opposite lane of traffic. The Camry collided...
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Visalia COVID-19 update: Open vaccine sites

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Visalia: 1. 1455 E Noble Ave (559) 636-1603; 2. 4247 S Mooney Blvd (559) 749-0748; 3. 1405 W Cameron Ave 559-636-9783; 4. 2727 S Mooney Blvd 559-733-0770; 5. 5212 W Walnut Ave 559-733-5404; 6. 1735 E Walnut Ave 559-625-3831;
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Visalia, CAKMPH.com

3 in custody following deadly shooting in Visalia

VISALIA, Calif. (FOX26) — The Visalia Police Department responded to a call just before midnight on Wednesday regarding a shooting that took place on Mooney and Caldwell. When officers arrived, they found two men with gunshot wounds. They were given medical treatment until EMS arrived, who then took them to Kaweah Health. One of the men died when he arrived at the hospital and the other was listed in stable condition.
Hanford, CAHanford Sentinel

Blacks more susceptible to Valley fever dissemination, data show

The death of Paula Massey's son, Jeffrey Hamilton, doesn’t just pose the question “Why?”, but “What if?”. Hamilton — or "Level J" as his friends liked to call him — was instrumental in bringing a skate park to Longfield Center, giving Hanford youths a place to skateboard and rollerblade. He made educational games for children and wrote music. He was a loved and respected member of the community, and according to Massey, he still had a lot to give.
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Hanford 12U All Stars head to the World Series

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San Simeon, CAcrimevoice.com

Three arrested after allegedly stealing tip jar from Morro Bay market

Three people were recently arrested in San Simeon after one of them allegedly stole a tip jar from a local market, according to police. On the afternoon of July 15, the three suspects — identified as 21-year-old Brittany Doyle, 23-year-old Devon Young, and 42-year-old Brian Moscrop; all from Tulare County — parked outside of Giovanni’s Fish Market on Front Street and Doyle allegedly got out and stole the tip jar from out front. Police shared pictures of their vehicle on social media the following day.
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