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Manhunt on after teen shot multiple times in central Fresno

Authorities said three men were in an argument with the teenager, and the altercation turned violent.

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Drunk, high pedestrians becoming more of a problem. Here’s Fresno’s solution

Citing rise in deaths of pedestrians under the influence, Fresno CA Police Chief Jerry Dyer and District Attorney Lisa Smittcamp push expanded partnership with Rescue Mission to help potential victims gain sobriety.

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Fresno Diocese TV station could go off the air as it tries to sell broadcast license

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, California, is looking to sell its KNXT broadcast license. The television station, which partners with CatholicTV Network, could go off the air even if it can’t find a buyer.

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Fresno's spunky baby rhino loves laying on mud, eating and running on grass

SO PRECIOUS: At 2 and a half months old, Kito weighs a whopping 480 pounds and he is very playful.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Strawberry season is here. Here’s why Fresno-grown ones are different and where to buy them

Strawberry season has hit Fresno County. You can buy Chandler and Camarosa strawberries at stands and farmers markets in Fresno and Clovis. The berries are different than the ones old at grocery stores.

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