Photo of Neej Xiong, uncle of shooting victim Kou Xiong, praying in front of a memorial during a candle light vigil in Fresno

Kaiser Donates $80K for Counseling in Hmong Shooting Tragedy

An $80,000 Kaiser Permanente grant will provide mental health counseling and other support to those in Fresno's Hmong community affected by November’s mass shooting that killed four people. Listen to this article:

$40,000 Added to Reward to Catch Fresno Mass Shooters

At a special meeting Friday morning, the Fresno City Council voted 7-0 to add $40,000 to the Valley Crime Stoppers reward fund that leads to an arrest of the suspects accused of killing four men in southeast Fresno last Sunday. Police allege two gunmen ente...

One Victim’s Family Tries to Scrub Away the Horror

The soap bubbled off the modest-sized backyard Monday afternoon as Vu Xiong frantically tried to scrub off the horror of the night before. The smell of bleach overtook the rotting food and perhaps death. On Sunday night, Vu's brother — 38-year old Kou Xiong...