In community matters... a local business is honoring two fallen c-h-p officers who died in the line of duty.
Evan: great american car wash on blackstone avenue in fresno unveiled it's latest mural... adding c-h-p officers brian law and juan gonzalez.
Ksee 24's jessica porter shows us how they're being remembered.
Nat: taps playing officers saluted as the sound of taps washed over friends and family gathered to remember two fallen officers.
Chp officers brian law and juan gonzalez died in a crash... responding to a report of an accident last year.
Chief jim abrames / california highway patrol: "remembered here locally not on the national stage but right here in the community in which they served, worked, lived and loved and where they were raising their families."
The mural was created by great american car wash.
It started eight years ago as a way to honor enforcement for their service.
Aj rassamni / owner, great american car wash: "people forget.
They remember the bad apple but forget the thousand good deeds law enforcement do everyday so we can walk peacefully on the street."
During the ceremony...chief jerry dyer and sheriff margaret mims were handed plaques thanking them for their service.
Chp says the outpouring of support from rassamni means a lot... during a time law enforcement is under intense national scrutiny.
Chief jim abrames / california highway patrol: "for the millions of law enforcement contacts that go well, that go professionally, that go just by the numbers.
Sometimes that's forgotten."
The mural is one of the largest in fresno.
Honoring not only police officers but veterans as well.
Chief jim abrames / california highway patrol: "i was just floored by the support.
It starts with the greatest generation on one end, going through our early wars through 911 and our law enforcement."
Jessica porter, ksee24