Fresno Rewind 2019: The Year in Pictures

Fresno in 2019 was filled with highs and lows. Here are some of the memorable news images from throughout the year and the stories behind them. January: Remembering David McDonald Fresno area businessman ...
Photo of a skier coming down the slopes at China Peak

China Peak’s 1-2 Punch: Snow, Boxing Champ Jose Ramirez

The outlook for local skiers quickly pivoted last weekend when heavy snows powered China Peak to its earliest opening since 2010. Now, with the National Weather Service forecast calling an 80% chance of snow Friday night in the Huntington Lake area and heav...
Jose Ramirez lands a punch to the face of challenger challenger Jose Zepeda

Frenzied Save Mart Crowd Helps Propel Ramirez to Comeback Win

Jose Ramirez dug deep Sunday night to retain his world title belt and preserve his undefeated record. Sensing that he needed to do a lot more to keep his World Boxing Council 140-pound crown, Ramirez dominated the second half of the bout in a narrow 12-roun...
Illustration of 2018 Fresno newsmakers

They Made the News in 2018. Who Is No. 1?

Newsmakers come in all shapes, sizes, and impacts. There are those who dominate headlines and social media for a spell before free-falling back into obscurity. There are those who — by virtue of talent, posi...
Photo of world boxing champion Jose Ramirez with his title belt

Grizzlies Home Opener Brings Glitz, Good Vibes and a Loss

When can a 13-0 loss be classified as a pitcher's duel? When the Fresno Grizzlies give up 11 runs in the ninth inning to the Tacoma Rainiers. Regardless of the final score, an announced crowd of 10,198 fans enjoyed the glitz and glamour of the home opene...