DA charges man with stealing from City

A Visalia business owner will be arraigned today on charges he used City of Farmersville bank accounts to purchase company equipment and even pay his personal bills. Jeremiah Trice of Visalia was [...]

Cities stay in animal shelter kennels

While cities continue to struggle to find an answer to their stray dog problems, there is no question about where the dogs will go once they are caught. But the answer does change depending on [...]

4 kids found at drug house

It was a disturbing scene in Lindsay last week when police investigators found four young children lying next to a loaded gun and within reach of methamphetamine and marijuana. The children [...]

Getting the 411 on 211

We all know to call 911 for an emergency and 411 for information, but what if you need information when something doesn’t qualify as an emergency but could have serious and lasting effects on [...]

3 fires burning in Nat’l Park, Forest

The Fish Fire was discovered on August 23rd burning in the Golden Trout Wilderness on the Sequoia National Forest. The cause of the fire is lightning from the storms on Aug. 18-19. Currently the [...]

New vehicle lights up Lindsay Fire Dept.

For the first time ever, Lindsay has a shiny new fire safety vehicle parked in the bay of the Department of Public Safety. The fire rescue vehicle is a 2013 Dodge Ram 4500 heavy duty truck It [...]

Fire Log

An Ivanhoe man was involved in an accident that killed a Kingsburg man last week. The Ivanhoe man, who was only identified as being 55 years old, was driving a 1999 Freightliner tractor trailer [...]

Crime Lines

Exeter Police Log Saturday, Aug. 17 In the 300 block of N. Orange St., officers responded to a report of a fight in progress.  Officers arrived on scene and found a victim of battery.  This case [...]