For years Homeland Security has warned cities - protect your water supplies, as they are easy targets for terrorists. But the city of Fresno either didn't get the memo or is ignoring it.More >> It's a problem not many doctors want to talk about. Prescription drugs that treat ADD and ADHD are sending an exploding number of kids into drug rehab.
It's something we all need to survive, yet, many people in disadvantaged Valley communities can't count on clean drinking water. It's not a new problem, but the debate on how to fix it is more contentious than ever, pitting environmentalists against local growers; leaving families in the middle.More >> Are you a fan of Skype, Google video chats, video instant messaging or do you simply own a laptop? Many of us do these days. And if you're one of them, you're at risk. More >> Holly Carter owns a communications company in Fresno and is a breast cancer survivor. Her medical bills have been staggering since she first started battling the disease in February 2009.More >> The bat population in the U.S. is dying off fast. And while it's not a Valley problem yet, it could become one soon. In fact, some parks are already warning users. So, why should we care? Bats don't typically bite people, but bugs do, and fewer bats could mean more bug bites and more problems for Valley farmers.More >> Did you know people could be spying on your every click, when you're shopping online?More >> You probably know all about the "like" button on Facebook. But, do you know what you could be putting at risk every time you use it? More >> What if you could get rid of your stress by just tapping your fingers? It sounds too good to be true. But some experts and people who do it say it really works.More >> Cost is cited as the number one reason why consumers delay dental care. But did you know that you can score a discount at the dentist, without even having insurance? It's something most people weren't aware of, until now.More >> If your house is on fire is it wise to tweet, text or post on Facebook to alert authorities? Social media is affecting how people reach out during a crisis.
Having trouble falling asleep? You might blame an app for that.More >> If you could save money by making one phone call would you do it? You might be surprised how easy it can be and at how many people just don't bother.More >> Dentists say they're seeing a huge increase in the number of cavities kids are getting. And it's starting as early as preschool or before.More >> Are you a fan of mobile banking or are you afraid of embracing the technology? But what happens when you lose your phone?More >> Mobile payment apps are new, fast and convenient. But are they safe?More >> Some of us are guilty of doing it - leaving our shopping cart in the middle of the parking lot or in a parking spot instead of putting the cart back in the cart corral. It may seem harmless, but it can end up costing you.More >> As more local vets come home from the wars, more and more are getting in trouble with the law. One in five is diagnosed with mental health issues. And the sad truth is the same government that sent them to war, isn't getting many of them the help they need.More >> The State of California spends millions of dollars each year cleaning up Valley highways. But it seems money isn't the solution when it comes to the litter problem.More >> There's gold in them hills! The old theme from 1849 is catching on again, as high gold prices have made prospecting the hottest new hobby for California's weekend warriors.More >> They want to hear from us when they're running for office, but once they win, it's like we don't exist. That's the sentiment felt by many when it comes to our elected officials. So we decided to put them to the test.More >> If you're hurt when using something you bought, the company that made it is supposed to tell the government.More >> What happens when we die? Where do we go and who do we see? That's something we will never know till we die ourselves, but in their last moments do the dying get a glimpse into what's waiting for them? AMore >> What happens when we die? Where do we go and who do we see? That's something we will never know till we die ourselves, but in their last moments do the dying get a glimpse into what's waiting for them? A national survey of thousands of hospice workers who work with the dying has revealed some startling findings about what the dying see and hear near in their final hours.
We've seen major earthquakes in recent weeks across the world. But will you be ready if a big one hits California? And, is the Valley in any real danger?More >>