Top Fresno news: Arsonist torches home where man was killed; city to vote on marijuana sales; more

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New law to end the “utter injustice” allowing Gavin Gladding’s killer out after 14 months

Assembly Bill 582, also called “Gavin’s Law,” cleared a hurdle on Tuesday, getting it one step closer to the governor’s desk.

Read the full story on CBS47 Fresno.

Arsonist sets fire to central Fresno home days after man was murdered on front lawn

Authorities are investigating after a fire broke out at a central Fresno home just days after a man was shot and killed in the front yard.

Read the full story on ABC30 Action News.

New art display at Fresno City Hall celebrates Women's Suffrage

The first ladies will be on display through February 2.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

Citing safety, liability concerns, Fresno PD requests money for new guns from city council

Councilmembers will be discussing this request in the coming weeks. But even after it's approved, it would take months or even longer to get them in service.

Read the full story on ABC Fresno, KFSN.

City Council to vote on legalizing recreational marijuana sales in Fresno

Pot shops in the City of Fresno are a step closer to becoming a reality as the cannabis sales ordinance is set for another vote this week.

Read the full story on KSEE24 News.

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