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The people of Hanford may notice a new truck driving from park to park, decorated in drawings of the outdoors. For most who see it, it’s the new vehicle of the Park Resources Officer, but to three local girls, it’s a mobile canvas that showcases their hard work.
On Tuesday afternoon, Hanford Joint Union High School District science teacher Russ Billings brought honor students from the District to the College of the Sequoias’ back parking lot to do a demonstration with the help of the Hanford Police Department.
A sting operation involving multiple law enforcement and criminal justice agencies has come to a close, resulting in 16 people being booked fo…
The woman suspected of setting a fire that nearly destroyed Hanford's historic Taoist Temple Museum in May, appeared in court Tuesday morning for arraignment on charges stemming from an unrelated burglary case.
Main Street Hanford has something special planned for the community as part of its weekly Thursday Night Market Place.
Following a difficult year that included a pandemic and social unrest, the College of the Sequoias Police Academy is seeing a growing interest in police work and more prolific recruitment.
According to Hanford Police Lt. James Lutz, the incident began on Thursday afternoon when two boys from Woodrow Wilson Junior High School got into an argument, which resulted in one of the students stabbing the other. At approximately 3:09 p.m., officers were dispatched and found the victim at 11th Avenue near the Elm Street extension.