Two weeks after being shot at a Visalia liquor store, a man remains in the hospital. Visalia police have managed to find and arrest one person connected to the shooting but they are asking for the public's help to find the man who pulled the trigger. On Aug. 2, officers were called to Circle 7 Liquor Store located at 2020 N. Dinuba Boulevard. Witnesses called police after a man opened fire outside the business, just feet from fuel pumps. When officers arrived, they found a man had been shot.
Police are working to find out if the grow is legal and if it's connected to the stabbing. Officers were called just after 12:30 p.m. to a home in the area of North Divisadero Street. When officers arrived, they contacted a man who told police he'd been stabbed in the stomach at the Divisadero home. The victim was taken to Kaweah Delta Medical Center for his injuries. He is expected to fully recover, police said. A blood trail led police to the 1100 block of North Rinaldi Street.
Being a public safety reporter makes me extra cautious when it comes to obeying the law. I never jaywalk. I use my blinker. I always buckle up. However, on Thursday, my overly cautious nature couldn't save me from getting pulled over. I was headed back to the office after taking photos of students on their first day at Willow Glen Elementary School. As I was driving down Murray Avenue, I hit traffic. Measure N is in full swing and construction has begun throughout Visalia.
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Selecting a term
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