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12:30 a.m.: Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin is still trailing Betty Yee for California State Controller, now at 47.8 percent to 52.2 percent. 12:00 a.m.: Propositions 1 and 2 are both leading “Yes.” With 96.5 percent of precincts reporting, Rep. Jim Costa is still ...

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Bullard High bomb threat: two suspects arrested

Fresno police arrested two suspects in the graffiti tagging and bomb threat at Bullard High School on Thursday that led to the early evacuation of students and “copycat” threats on social media of a mass shooting. Aaron Nevarez, 18, and ...

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Strange behavior gets man arrested at Fresno State

The following is a news release from University Communications: (October 1, 2012) – The University Police Department at Fresno State took an unarmed man into custody today after he perched in a tree in the Free Speech Area of campus ...

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Greek Clean-up scheduled for Sept. 23

Fresno State students will head out Sunday morning for Greek Clean-up, a day when fraternities and sororities host volunteers to clean the areas around the Greek housing as part of revitalization efforts to the university community.

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Peters Building classroom changes, 8/28/12

All classrooms and offices in the Peters Business Building will close at 5 p.m. today – Tuesday, August 28, 2012 – to allow for unexpected high-voltage electrical repairs. Classes will be relocated to other buildings tonight.

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President Welty announces retirement

The Satellite Student Union was alive with murmurs as President John D. Welty announced at the faculty and staff fall assembly that this would be his last year with Fresno State as he plans to retire in the summer of 2013.

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Arthur Montejano elected ASI president, 16 others elected

Kinesiology graduate student Arthur Montejano was elected 2012-13 Associated Students, Inc. president by Fresno State students today. After the voting period, which ran from Tuesday through Thursday, Montejano tallied 620 votes, followed by Daniel Harrison with 411. Write-in candidate Jose Nava tallied 116 votes.

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Fresno State may face a possible $200 million cut

If Governor Brown's tax initiative is not passed by the voters in November, the California State University will face more budget cuts, and that will mean slashing enrollment, laying off employees, reducing classes and the elimination of academic programs.

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Crime Alert: Student pushed to the ground while jogging

Today at about 3:50 p.m., University Police reported that a Fresno State student was running northbound on Cedar between Bulldog Lane and Barstow Avenue. The student passed a male subject walking southbound on Cedar. When she turned around to make ...

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Provost accepts budget task force recommendations

Fresno State Provost William Covino said today he accepts the recommendations from a campus advisory task force to close a significant budget shortfall in the Academic Affairs division and he will continue consultation as he moves to implement them.

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Crime Alert – Off Campus

An incident was reported to Fresno PD that 2 male were walking on Cedar heading towards Taco Bell from Bulldog Lane when a white Chevy Malibu approached them.

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Conference USA and Mountain West to form new conference

Fresno State, already scheduled to join the Mountain West in 2012-13, will be included in the newly-formed conference, along with fellow WAC members Nevada and Hawaii.

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Water pipe breaks in North Gym

Due to a broken water pipe which occurred over the weekend, the Athletic business, Air Force ROTC, and some Kinesiology offices will be temporarily relocated out of the North Gym.

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Private giving to CSU robust despite down economy

Alumni and friends of the California State University returned giving to a level near pre-recession records and far exceeding the prior year, according to the Philanthropic Annual Report prepared for the CSU Board of Trustees.

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Fresno State spring enrollment exceeds target for first time

For the first time in Fresno State history, the university surpassed its spring enrollment target on the first day of classes by 778 students with an unofficial headcount enrollment of 20,780, reports Bernie Vinovrski, associate vice president for enrollment.

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Governor Brown’s budget proposal, an $11 million gamble

Fresno State President John D. Welty spoke to faculty and staff at their annual spring gathering and said that higher education may be hit hard if a turn does not come in the November elections.

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Pat Hill bids farewell

In front of media, colleagues and friends, Pat Hill said his last goodbye as the face of Fresno State football program. After 15 years, Hill thanked all of the people that have impacted the program.

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