Top Fresno news: Local church, ACLU sues city over polling place; vandal throws rocks at eatery

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

Support for Black Lives Matter cost church its polling place designation, lawsuit claims

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno and the ACLU of Northern California argue that local election officials violated the church’s right to free speech.

Read the full story on Vox.

Former Fresno teacher accused of sex crimes refuses deal to save 230 years in prison

A former Fresno teacher accused of repeatedly sexually touching students refused a deal today that could've saved him 230 years in prison.

Read the full story on ABC30 Action News.

Fresno transgender woman's discrimination case against Starbucks may be thrown out

A Fresno judge has indicated she will throw out an employment lawsuit filed by a transgender woman who accused Starbucks of discriminating against her.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Have you seen him? Vandal caught on camera throwing rocks at downtown Fresno restaurant

VIDEO: Fresno Police are searching for the man who vandalized a downtown Fresno restaurant.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Two cars destroyed in Central Fresno house fire

Firefighters are investigating to determine the cause of a house fire that broke out in Central Fresno.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

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