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Top Fresno news: Hiker found alive, returns home; 100-year-old vet finally gets her medals; more

Top Fresno news: Hiker found alive, returns home; 100-year-old vet finally gets her medals; more
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By Hoodline - Published on January 13, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Fresno.

Fresno hiker found alive after going missing in Utah canyon returns home

He even plans to return to hike with the hikers who saved him on the same trail in the summer.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Panel: Is City Hall secure enough to ban CCW holders?

Fresno mayor Lee Brand is proposing a ban on firearms inside City Hall. Council member Garry Bredefeld is questioning the security of the building and if the mayor is infringing on the second amendment right.

Read the full story on KSEE24 News.

Governor Newsom blocks parole for convicted killer from Fresno

Gov. Gavin Newsom has blocked parole for the killer of a developmentally disabled California man who was buried alive. Newsom on Thursday reversed an August state panel decision to grant parole to David Weidert. It's the third time Weidert's parole has been reversed. 

Read the full story on KRCR News Channel 7.

100-year-old World War II vet finally gets her service medals

Jane Boote, who recently turned 100, received the three medals she earned decades ago for serving in World War II.

Read the full story on KSEE24 News.


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