Top Fresno news: Ex-IRS worker arrested for tax fraud; 2 police officers injured Monday night

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Fresno.

Ex-IRS worker in Fresno indicted, arrested for alleged tax fraud

A former IRS employee in Fresno, California, is accused of filing fraudulent tax returns for four years. Deena Vang Lee was arrested after a federal grand jury indicted her on 18 felony charges.

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Former CEO of Fresno Police Dept. Credit Union on probation

The former CEO of the Fresno Police Department's Credit Union is on probation, after Fresno County Court records show she was embezzling money.

Read the full story on CBS47 Fresno.

Fresno housing commissioner apologizes, but some critics remain skeptical during tense meeting

Fresno Housing Authority commissioners and staff responded to comments made by Terra Brusseau at a March meeting that caused community leaders to call for her to resign and for Mayor Lee Brand to remove her.

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Two Fresno police officers injured Monday night

Two Fresno police officers were injured Monday night after they respond to a call near Figarden and Brawley in Northwest Fresno.

Read the full story on CBS47 Fresno.

Fresno Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula’s trial on child cruelty charges opens. Here’s the timetable

Politician Joaquin Arambula, a Democrat Assemblyman from Fresno, California, was in court Tuesday, April 23, for the start of a trial on a misdemeanor child curelty charge after allegations he spanked his daughter.

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