Wednesday , June 28 2017

Valley News

news from California’s central valley

KSEE24 at the Ice Rink

Fulton Mall’s Mariposa Plaza is the home of the downtown Fresno ice rink. The rink is open through January 19th. It opens daily at 11 am and closes at 9 pm Sunday through Thursday and at 11 pm Friday and Saturday. The cost is $10-$12 for adults and $8-$10 dollars …

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Soup Sip and Shop in the South Valley

The Creative Center’s Jon Ginsburg Gallery in Visalia is hosting their annual gift faire. “Soup Sip and Shop” is a free event helping artistic clients sell their creations. The creative center is a non-profit community arts center for adults with developmental disabilities serve about 91-clients each year. Thursday you can …

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Girl Scouts Fall Fundraiser

     The Girl Scouts of California South don’t just have a cookie sale every Spring, there also have a Fall fundraiser.  They will be out in full force selling holiday treats until November 30th outside of local food markets.  Fall products include Almond Cran-Orange Crunch, Chocolate Covered Almonds and much more. …

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Nunes Appointed Intelligence Chairman

A valley congressman has been appointed to a high profile position in the house of representatives. Republican Devin Nunes was named chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. He was appointed by House Speaker John Boehner and among three Republican Congressmen vying for the chairmanship. Nunes is the second congressman from …

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Swede Fest 2014

Love low-budget remakes? Swede Fest is for you. Sunday, November 23rd at 5 pm. at Tower Theatre (815 Olive Ave, Fresno). An internationally known local film festival is getting ready for its 14th event. Roque Rodriguez gives us details on this year’s Swede Fest.

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Turkey Drive

You can help needy families have a happy holiday. Join us for the KSEE24 Turkey Drive, all-day Tuesday starting at 5 in the morning. Turkeys or monetary donations will be collected at the KSEE24 news studios. Just stop by 5035 East McKinley Avenue on the corner of Mckinley and Gateway. …

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Animal cruelty arrest in Fresno

Fresno police have arrested a gang member on animal cruelty charges after a disturbing video was posted online. Officers say 38-year-old William Weir shot video of his pitbull dogs attacking and killing a smaller dog that had entered his yard. He then posted the video to his Facebook page. In …

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Taxi protests in San Francisco

Taxi drivers are refusing to pick up passengers at San Francisco International Airport’s arrival terminal in a protest against Uber and Lyft. For two hours monday night, roughly 300 taxi-cabs circled the terminal loop and made it difficult for anyone to get in. Cab drivers are upset because have to …

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Esmeralda Soria thanks her supporters

Esmeralda Soria, who won the District One Fresno City Council race is thanking her supporters. “I am humbled by the support of District 1 residents, and would like to thank all of my supporters for their hard work and encouragement throughout this journey. over the past 14 months I’ve had …

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Attacks in Jerusalem leaves five dead

A place of worship turned into a house of horror in Jerusalem today. Two Palestinian men entered a synagogue and killed five people, including four rabbis, Three of which were Americans. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel will respond with force to these attacks. They’ve already ordered the destruction …

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Keystone XL bill fails

U.S. Senate has voted down a plan to authorize the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The vote took place earlier today in the Senate, where it failed with a 59-to-41 vote. Experts predict a new vote will happen when the Republicans take over the Senate in January. It is …

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Nurses rally for Ebola preparedness

More than 100 California nurses gathered at the state capitol today to urge the world to follow California’s lead in Ebola preparedness. On Friday, the state released mandatory Ebola protocols for all California hospitals. All hospitals in the state must give their healthcare workers hands on training on how to …

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