Here are the five things to know before you go for Friday, July 26, 2019:
#1 No charges for Monsignor Craig Harrison in sexual battery investigation due to insufficient evidence
Bakersfield Police closed a case on Thursday against Monsignor Craig Harrison, opting not to file charges.
He was accused of sexual misconduct with a minor during his time as a church leader in Firebaugh in the 1990s.
Investigations are still open with the Firebaugh and Merced Police Departments.
The Monsignor remains on paid administrative leave.
#2 Fresno Unified board member threatened coach over son's match: Report
Fresno Unified board member Terry Slatic is facing backlash again after a new report claims he intimidated a Bullard high school wrestling coach, threatening his future employment.
It reportedly happened in February.
This comes after Slatic was recently criticized for scolding Bullard High cheerleaders following a viral "blackface" video involving squad members.
#3 Fresno County Sheriff's Office needs help locating at-risk missing man
A search is underway on Friday morning to find Joseph Campise.
The 58-year-old has been missing since Wednesday and was last seen in the area of Belmont and Hughes in Fresno County.
He is considered at-risk because he was recently diagnosed with health issues.
#4 Clovis hotel evacuated after tree catches fire
A tree fire forced the evacuation of a Clovis hotel overnight.
It happened just before two this morning at a Comfort Suites on Clovis Avenue between Bullard and Sierra.
We don't know how the tree caught fire, but smoke made its way into the hotel and caused the smoke detector to go off.
No one was hurt.
#5 Central Valley company hired to rebuild after Tubbs Fire appears to have closed
A Tulare County company hired to rebuild homes after the devastating Tubbs Fire appears to have closed.
Homeowners say Chiaramonte Construction was supposed to be helping them rebuild their houses following the 2017 fire.
But, the company appears to have gone out of business and now faces a criminal investigation for unfinished jobs.
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