Top Fresno news: 2 fast-food joints robbed within 30 minutes; business may be fined for barbed wire

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A Fresno officer punched a teen in the face and claimed he was resisting arrest. But body cam footage ‘raises concerns,’ police chief says.

The footage shows the officer throwing punches toward the teen’s head within seconds of grabbing his arm.

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Two fast-food restaurants 5 miles apart were robbed within 30 minutes

FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) – A Taco Bell and a McDonald’s less than five miles from each other in Fresno were both robbed Tuesday evening, within 30 minutes of each other. 

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Police, firefighters at scene of standoff in west central Fresno

Smoke is billowing out from inside a room at the motel and fire alarms are going off.

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FIVE Restaurant plans to reopen one year after fire in northeast Fresno

"September 16 of 2018 was Sunday is when it happened. It was a very sad day for me and my family and I want to make it a good day September 16, 2019, on the one year anniversary to open up."

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Downtown Fresno business may be fined for using barbed wire

The razor wire helps provide security but CEO Penny Murray received notice the protective measures violated the city code.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

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