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‘Dogs honored

On Tuesday, the Fresno County Board of Supervisors declared Feb. 6 as “Fresno State Football Day” and “Coach Jeff Tedford Day.” “This means a lot to me, personally, to come back to Fresno, being my alma mater, having gone to ...

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Court denies Save Mart Center tax refund

A court ruling has left the California State University, Fresno Association without access to a tax refund on the Save Mart Center due to late filing on the associations part. The nonprofit association operates the Save Mart Center, a nearly ...

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Local Election Coverage

2:00 a.m. PST: All votes counted  United States Senator: Kamala D. Harris (Dem) won 51 percent to Loretta L. Sanchez (Dem) 48 precent 16th Congress:  Jim Costa (Dem) won 67 percent to Jonny Tacherra 32 percent 21st Congress: David Valadao (Rep) won 60 percent to Emilio ...

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California continues to have increased STD cases

Fresno State went down 10 spots on Trojan’s Sexual Health Report Card Ranking, making the campus rank 50 – the campus ranked 40 last year. The Trojan report “is an annual ranking of the sexual health resources and information available ...

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Health unit now benefits rural communities and students alike

Teresa Marquez uses a red walker to make her travels on foot bearable. But in the rural town of Sanger, not all of her destinations can be reached easily on foot. Even when public transit is an option, the long ...

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University lends a ham with third annual food drive

The third annual “Helping Hams” drive was launched on Thursday at the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market. The market, is a student-operated farmers market coordinated by the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. Sandra Witte, interim dean for ...

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Winter-like storm hits the Valley, more to come

The first storm of the season hit earlier this week and it will not be long before we are soaked again. The cold storm that drenched Fresno Monday tallied up a total of 0.85 inches of rain, which more than ...

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Ag students showcased beef cattle at fair

Fresno State agriculture students participated in a collegiate-level competitive livestock event at the Big Fresno Fair. Students from the Jordan College of Agriculture Science and Technology showed off campus-raised beef cattle Friday. Fresno State student and beef show team president, ...

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Representing the Valley at the Big Fresno Fair

Take the time to visit the fair this year. You will not regret it. Sure, the rides are cool and the food is always crazy awesome, but the real vital part of the fair isn’t always highlighted. The best part  of the ...

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University High wins national architecture award

The design of University High School was recently awarded the Association of Licensed Architects 2014 Presidential Award.

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Marijuana grows banned: Fresno cannabis advocates face uphill battle to bring issue to voters

Medical marijuana petitioners were at Fresno State on Friday, and plan to be on campus throughout the week, attempting to gather enough signatures to bring the issue of cultivation to voters. This comes after the Fresno County Board of Supervisors ...

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Clovis teen crowned Miss California’s Outstanding Teen

The 2013 Miss California’s Outstanding Teen pageant crowning took place this summer on June 28. Miss Clovis’ Outstanding Teen Mikaela Harris took home the crown. “This was the first ever Miss Clovis’ Outstanding Teen pageant, which makes earning the title ...

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Philip Dhanens remembered

Walking into the Dhanens home, one is greeted with smiles and warmth, but the warmest smile of all comes from a senior portrait in the living room.

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Suggested improvements from local community leaders

“Why are we so poor and what can we do about it?” That was the title question of the town hall meeting held Thursday evening at the Satellite Student Union. The answers given by the four speakers focused on the ...

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First Hmong fraternity continues to grow

Six Hmong-American Fresno State students, each sharing like-minded goals, came up with an idea to form a group designed to help its members to achieve new academic heights.

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Annual Day of Caring serves community

The 18th edition of Day of Caring, coordinated by United Way of Fresno County, called attention Sept. 8 to the importance in helping others.

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Developing technology in Fresno County

It’s no secret that Fresno County as a whole is suffering when it comes to employment rates and projected job growth.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics has us at a 17.3 percent unemployment rate, and our growth is much lower than the expected rates for the rest of the states.

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UPD deals with potential lawsuit

The University Police Department at Fresno State is facing a possible lawsuit from Fresno County for unpaid fees owed to them.

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