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Boston Strong: Sanger Man Returning to Marathon One Year Later

A Sanger man says he's not caving into the fear of another possible terror attack at this year's Boston Marathon. So, he's getting ready to run in the event again. "Runners don't quit. We're the toughest More>>

Family Finds Dog Shot To Death, Second Dog Still Missing

Family Finds Dog Shot To Death, Second Dog Still Missing

A Fresno family is mourning the loss of two of their dogs.

The family's pit-bull Isis, was found shot to death on the side of the road, while their second dog Porcha, is still out there.  
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Blood Moon: KMPH FOX 26 News Viewers Capture It On Camera!

Stargazers got a glimpse of a rare treat Tuesday night, as a blood moon crossed the earth's shadow.

 
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Blood Moon Gazing Keeps Family Out of Burning Home

Firefighters are trying to figure out what started a fire that damaged a central Fresno home. The fire started just after 2 a.m. Tuesday on San Pablo and Home. Firefighters say the couple who lives there More>>

Beer Truck Overturns, Closes Lanes on Highway 41

Southbound Highway 41 backed up after a big rig filled with a load of beer overturned near Jensen Avenue Tuesday morning. More>>

11 Seriously Hurt in Farm Labor Truck Crash Near Selma

As many as six people are seriously hurt after a crash between a car and a farm labor truck near Selma at Nebraska Avenue and Academy. This intersection is closed as emergency crews, including a medical More>>

Important Tax Day Reminders

Today is tax day. If you haven't done your taxes yet, you have to file before midnight in order to avoid any extra charges.
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Dads Get PostPartum Depression Too

Women may not be the only ones feeling the blues after a baby. A new study finds young new fathers can develop symptoms of postpartum depression, too. More>>

Fire Department Hiring, Hoping to Make More Money

Fire Department Hiring, Hoping to Make More Money

Kingsburg's fire chief says his department needs to spend some money, to make some money. More>>

Tax Day Freebies

Today, April 15th is Tax Day. But it's not all bad news. Tax Day is also the day for discounts and freebies! Today Arby's is offering a free snack–sized order of curly fries. You must download a coupon More>>

Valley Drought 2014: Fresno State Tries To Cut Water Usage

As "Valley Drought 2014" continues many of us are trying to find ways to conserve water. At Fresno State the University just unveiled a plan to cut water usage by 60–million gallons. More>>

Veterans Get Ready For Central Valley Honor Flight

Dozens of local World War II veterans will soon be traveling to visit their memorial and other monuments in Washington, D.C.

 
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Investigation: Car Dealership Says Craigslist Ad Is A Mistake

A KMPH Fox 26 News viewer said she wanted to buy a car on Craigslist.

She found one.

 
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Movie Memphis Belle B-17 Flying Into Fresno

The Movie "Memphis  Belle", a restored WWII B-17 "flying fortress" bomber and P-51 Mustang will take to the skies over Fresno on Monday, April 14th and giving rides on the 20th.
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DMV Agents Bust Six In Illegal Car Sale

DMV Agents Bust Six In Illegal Car Sale

Half a dozen people across Fresno County are now facing charges accused of trying to sell a car illegally. More>>

Happy Palindrome Week!

Here's something fun to think about... Today is a palindrome date. That means, when you write the date out, 4–14–14, you can write it backwards and it will be the same. In fact, this numerical wizardry More>>

Visalia Police Car Rammed Twice by DUI Suspect

A man rammed the back of a Visalia police car at a stop light. It happened not just once, but twice, Sunday afternoon. The man police say did it is in jail.
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Clovis Shooting - Three Guys Run From Police

Right now Clovis Police are looking for three people connected to a shooting at an apartment complex. More>>

Woman Killed - Hit By a Train in Fresno

Right now a busy Central Fresno intersection is blocked after police say a woman was hit and killed by a train around 2:00 a.m. Monday morning. This is happening on Blackstone and McKinley near Fresno City College.
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Dancing Into The Record Books? Folklorico Festival Ends in Clovis

It's now in the hands of Guinness. Hundreds danced their hearts out Sunday afternoon, to the sounds of traditional Mariachi music at the Clovis West High School campus, in hopes of setting a new world More>>

Woman Survives Shooting, Husband Commits Suicide

A Fresno woman is in critical condition right now after police say her estranged husband shot her and then himself. The incident took place on 6100 Block of Benedict and Escalon. Pamela Shean Motley More>>

Big Rig Crash Ties Up Highway 99: Fresno Driver Involved

Highway 99 is back open through Kern County, after a fiery crash that involved a big rig from Fresno. Officers say the big rig had been hauling hundreds of gallons of gasoline from Fresno to Tehachapi, More>>

Surviving A Stabbing - Self-Defense Class Teaches Life Saving Skills

According to self-defense instructors getting attacked with a knife can be more deadly than being shot. During a self-defense class Friday night in Fresno people learned how to protect themselves during a stabbing. More>>

Empty Pond A Hazard And Eyesore

A pond at a popular Central Fresno Park is an eyesore. The Roeding Park pond was drained a few weeks ago and has been empty ever since. More>>

Small Plane Crash In Mariposa County

A small plane crashed Friday morning near the Mariposa Yosemite Airport. More>>

BMW Recalls 500,000 Cars Worldwide

We have another new recall to tell you about. This time, it's bmw. Nearly 500,000 bmw's are being recalled around the world. They include 2010 to 2012 models of the 1, 3, and 5 series. Here's a whole More>>

10 Killed In Fiery Highway Crash In Northern California

Ten people were killed in a crash between a bus and a delivery truck in Northern California. More>>

Fresno Strip Mall Damaged By Fire Friday Morning

Fire crews responded to a fire at a strip mall at Shaw and Brawley around 2:00 a.m. Friday morning. More>>

Police: Teenager Brings Gun On Fresno School Campus

 Parents of students at Fresno's Kratt Elementary want to know why they were never told about a teenager who brought a gun on campus this week. More>>

Coach Jerry Tarkanian In The Hospital

Former UNLV and Fresno State Basketball Coach, Jerry Tarkanian, is back in the hospital. He's in a Las Vegas hospital right now. He was complaining last night of weakness. More>>

Man Killed in Clovis After Stand-Off With Sheriff's Deputies

A 23 year old man with a criminal history is dead – killed by Fresno County Sheriff's deputies this morning after an early morning stand – off in the area of Sunnyside between Teague and Nees in Clovis. Over More>>

Dangerous Car Chase - Police Say Accused Identity Thief Arrested

Police say a man led them on a high speed chase through Fresno and Clovis Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Fat and Lazy - Is Junk Food to Blame?

A new study finds that junk food may not only make you fat, it could also make you lazy. Researchers fed junk food to a group of rats. Another group of rats were giving unprocessed foods. After three More>>

Identity Theft Top 5 Named In Fresno County

The Fresno Police Department is cracking down on identity theft and released a list of the top 5 people suspected in Fresno County. More>>

Food Scam - What's Really In That Jar of Honey

Is there any honey in your honey jar? Turns out you may not be getting what you pay for, so the Food and Drug Administration is now cracking down on honey. According to new FDA guidelines, if food companies More>>

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