Take a look at last week’s solar eclipse from space with NASA

Assailant beats down a Motel 6 staff member

The Tempe Police Department released a video on Monday, August 14, 2017, of a man assaulting a staff member at a Motel 6 on Broadway and Priest Drive on July 10, 2017. Police say the incident occurred at approximately 6:30 p.m., and that the assailant is 30 years old, 6 feet in height, 200-220 pounds, has short dark hair and a goatee.

Trump heads to Texas to see Harvey devastation

Drone footage shows Harvey’s devastation in Aransas Pass

Tropical Storm Harvey flooded Aransas Pass, Texas, and left destruction in its wake, as seen in this August 27 drone footage released by the city’s police department. Electricity would still be down for an estimated three to four weeks, according to a post by the Aransas Pass Police Department, and the only water tower in town was destroyed.

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Two-alarm fire at Fresno car lot

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Camera catches suspect hopping back into his car after he stashes loot in the back seat

Teenage driver livestreams fatal car wreck and sister’s last moments

18-year-old Obdulia Sanchez was shooting live video with her cell phone while driving near Merced, California. She was rolling when the car went off the road and flipped, killing her teenage sister. She kept shooting video after her sister died. The California Highway Patrol has not confirmed the validity of the video, but Sanchez’s family confirmed to a local TV station. Sanchez faces charges of DUI and vehicular manslaughter.

California is world’s role model, Newsom says during Fresno visit

Largely unseen by the public, hidden tunnels circle the Fresno Water Tower

Built for structural support, the massive wall that surrounds the historic Fresno Water Tower hides a pair of storage tunnels. Alisha Xiong, Fresno Water Tower official, talks about the hidden feature that also houses original porthole-type windows – which were later replaced – dating from the first days of the water tower in 1894.

Here’s what the eclipse will look like in Fresno

Looking for work? Big Fresno Fair is hiring, and many stood in long line for a shot

Droves of job-seekers, the earliest showing up at 5:40 a.m. waiting for the doors to open at 9 a.m., came to the seventh annual Big Fresno Fair Job Fair on Thursday, Aug. 10. Applicants are seeking some 500 positions for the fair, which runs Oct. 4-15. Fair deputy manager Lauri King talks about the various positions to be filled.

Man accused of ramming protesters pictured with racist group