Here are the five things to know before you go for Wednesday, July 17, 2019:
#1 Family displaced after fire consumes Sanger home
An investigation is underway to determine what started a fire at a Sanger home, leaving a family of three displaced Tuesday night.
It happened on McKinley and Academy just before 10:30 p.m.
Firefighters say the blaze started in the garage and wind gusts pushed the flames into the home.
No one was hurt in the fire.
#2 16-year-old stabbed and killed in central Fresno
A search is underway in central Fresno after a fight ended with a stabbing claiming the life of a teenager and injuring another man Tuesday.
It happened just after 5 p.m. between two groups inside the Amigos Market on Millbrook and Olive.
A 16-year-old died, and a 32-year-old suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
#3 Lemoore City Council votes to replace Holly Blair after ample absences
The application process opens Wednesday for the Lemoore City Council seat formerly held by Holly Blair.
Tuesday night city officials moved forward in vacating Blair's seat after she missed her fifth meeting.
Blair is currently in jail after arrests in June and July.
#4 Superintendent under fire for not notifying parents or staff about active shooter drill
The Raisin City School Board plans to take disciplinary action against its school superintendent after he staged an active shooter drill without notifying staff or parents.
The decision comes after Superintendent Juan Sandoval staged the drill featuring a masked man with a fake rifle, and failed to tell anyone about it.
Many teachers and parents were frightened.
#5 Joaquin Guzman, drug lord known as El Chapo, to be sentenced Wednesday
Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman, known as El Chapo, is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday morning in a New York.
Guzman was convicted on ten federal criminal counts earlier this year.
They included engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise and international distribution of drugs.
5 Things To Know Before You Go