Top Fresno news: Free clinic aims to help residents clear records of pot-related crimes; more

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Fresno.

Gas prices go up, but city says the money is going to the right place

Gas prices are on the rise again, but Fresno city officials say the money is necessary to chip away at hundreds of millions of dollars needed for road repairs.

Read the full story on ABC30 Action News.

Many Fresnans not happy about new laws going into effect Monday

FRESNO, California — Californians will notice a couple changes starting Monday, July 1. Most notably at the gas pump and in stores selling gun ammunition. 

Read the full story on CBS47 Fresno.

Free fruit for kids offered at Vallarta Supermarkets in Fresno as part of Valley Children's Hospital's 'Kids Eat Smart' project

Children can enjoy a free piece of fruit while they shop with their families inside several Fresno groceries stores.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Officials launch probes into potential pesticide drifts that sickened dozens of Central Valley farmworkers

At least 32 farmworkers in Fresno and Tulare County were sickened in the span of nine days.

Read the full story on KQED.

Free clinic aims to help Fresno residents clear their records of cannabis-related crimes

A free expungment clinic being held on Saturday is helping Fresno residents clear their records of crimes related to cannabis. 

Read the full story on Kevan Ramer - KMPH FOX 26.

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