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Is Fresno Safe? Yes, if you’re white, male, and wealthy.

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Story By: David Richards, Opinion Editor

September 14, 2020

On Sunday, August 30th, 26-year-old Nikolas Frazier called 9-1-1 to report a man seen carrying a rifle in a Walmart parking lot on the corner of Herndon Ave. and Clovis Ave. in Clovis.  As officers arrived, Clovis Police Department reported, they found a man, who was later confirmed to be Nikolas Frazier,...

Students Grapple With Anxiety, Paranoia Following Possible Shooting Threat

Within the first two weeks of the fall semester, students received an email from FCC President Carole Goldsmith on Tuesday, Aug. 20, about a possible shooting threat. Campus police found

Story By: Hannah Lanier, News Editor

August 28, 2019

The New Normal You walk into a crowded place and the first thing you look for is the nearest emergency exit. You start the school day as a wave of anxiety rushes over you. You are more alert than ever. You are ready for the worst case scenario. “It is better to be prepared than gone,”...

Somber Ceremony Marks 9/11

Jacob McAfee, Fresno City College Fire Academy Director, delivers a opening speech at the Memorial March near the Free Speech Area on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Photo by Larry Valenzuela

Story By: Gage Carmichael, Reporter

September 12, 2018

Dozens of Fresno City College students, faculty and cadets from the police and fire academies memorialized the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with speeches and reflections. “Hard to believe it happened 17 years ago,” said Michael Grahl, a State Center Community College District ...

Woman Robbed at Gunpoint Near Campus

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Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2018

A woman was robbed at gunpoint near Fresno City College on the evening of Jan. 23, according to Lt. Steve Card of the Fresno Police Department. Card said the woman was in the area of Weldon and Wishon avenues, northwest of campus, when a Hispanic man brandished a handgun just after 8 p.m, taking her ...

Here’s How to Train Your ‘Sixth Sense’ for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Here's How to Train Your 'Sixth Sense' for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

November 29, 2017

Don’t let yourself be a sheep, José Flores, chief of police for the State Center Community College District, told faculty, students and staff about situational awareness during a safety training in OAB 114 on Nov. 28. Flores said that people become victims when they are not aware of their surro...

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