A violent crash off Highway 99 in Livingston takes the life of a driver who police say was on the run from them. The Merced Police Department said it all happened Wednesday morning around 10:30am. Police said they were attempting a traffic stop on 31-year old Rene Williams, Jr. in Atwater. They said Wiliams took off and crashed his car through a tree off the freeway near Winton Parkway.
FRESNO, Calif. - In Fresno, a special blood drive is helping to collect hundreds of pints of blood for the Central Valley. Every year, a young man named Parker Fritsch holds a blood drive in Fresno. But, this year is the last, because Fritsch is off to college! Fritsch was diagnosed at the age of four with Philadelphia Positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. And since then, he's teamed up with the Central California Blood Center to hold Parker's Pals Blood Drive and Marrow Registration.
FRESNO, Calif. - Protests in the Valley over a controversial announcement by President Donald Trump. Local Palestinians are angry over Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. They're also angry over Trump's announcement that he wants to start the process of moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel-Aviv. The Palestine Freedom Project held a rally on Friday night at Shaw and Blackstone in Fresno to protest the potential change.
Northbound Highway 99 in Merced/Atwater/Livingston was back up for hours after a suspect being chased by @MercedPD crashed into a tree off the freeway. 31y/o male suspect died on scene. @CHPCentralDiv describes crash as “violent”. https://t.co/xpR9jOlbIu
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