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After fatal shooting near Fresno State, police still searching for suspects

Fresno police are searching for suspects involved in the shooting of a man close to the Fresno State campus on Monday night.

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Over-tweeted interaction

I don’t want to follow my friends on Twitter or write on their Facebook walls. I want to talk to them, see them and spend time with them.

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Failures outnumber days

During Barack Obama’s first 100 days in office, he gave the British prime minister a bunch of DVDs that don’t work in Europe, gave the queen of England an iPod, bowed to the king of Saudi Arabia, shook hands with Hugo Chavez, informed the world of our torture methods, visited with Jay Leno, appeared on “60 Minutes,” gave more speeches than we can count and got a dog.

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Dancers adopt ‘the walk’

Lighting, music, costumes, choreography and of course, dancing. From production to performance, University Dance Theater (UDT) students do it all.

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Students recognized for community service

Several Fresno State students received recognition for their service to the community Tuesday at the annual Hands Across the Valley Awards Luncheon, hosted by Hands On Central California.

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CSU, campus precautions for swine flu

Like most of the world, the California State University system is concerned about the spread of the swine flu virus and is keeping a close watch on information passed down from county, state and federal officials.

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Farm Market creations

The culinology program, headed up by Dr. Dennis Ferris, blends culinary arts and food science. “The program is designed to produce people who are very sharp in product development,” Ferris said.

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Politically correct crown

As Carrie Prejean took the stage at the Miss USA Pageant on Sunday night, openly gay celebrity blogger Perez Hilton threw her a hard-hitting question about her feelings on gay marriage.

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News briefs, 04-22-09

An open forum to meet provost and vice president of academic affairs candidate Dr. Luis Cifuentes will be held on Wednesday April 22, 2009 from 1 – 2 p.m. in the Alice Peters Auditorium.

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Stick it to the Bush

The American economy is in turmoil. The housing market collapsed. Companies small and large are going out of business. The automobile industry is crying for bail outs, banks and investors are broke and we are spending billions of dollars that we don’t have.

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Piecemeal parking plan

Even though I am graduating in May, I still care about Fresno State’s future, so I decided to take the survey.

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Drinks for your daily grind

In order to compare the options for coffee, tea, pastries and other snacks on campus, I have enjoyed eating and drinking at the various establishments.

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Kremen to host summit of students, faculty and staff

As the economic crisis and continuing budget cuts continue to impact Fresno State, the Kremen School of Education is banding together and taking initiative to solve its problems.

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Doing it for the kids

Fresno State students woke up before dawn, gathered on street corners and sold newspapers Tuesday morning in an effort to raise money for Children’s Hospital Central California.

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Grad student covers dismissed UHS teacher’s music classes

University High School (UHS) has hired a Fresno State graduate student to fill in for the music teacher who was dismissed in late January.

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University outages due to old equipment according to officials

Facilities management crews have determined three separate electrical problems that contributed to a power outage that affected four campus buildings on Monday.

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ABC 30’s Osborne visits

In an industry that is constantly changing, Nancy Osborne has remained a constant in the Central Valley for more than 32 years.

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Who knew??? Alternative presidential candidates

Even though you haven’t heard of them, nearly 300 people have announced their candidacy for U.S. president. The jumble of unconventional candidates this election includes hopefuls who go by the names “Emperor Caesar,” “Santa Claus” and “Ole Savior.”

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