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Officers from the Modesto Police Department Street Gang Unit, Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, Ceres Police Department, Stanislaus County Probation, California Department of Corrections and the Central Valley Gang Impact Task Force conducted 27 probation and parole compliance checks Tuesday on documented gang members in 22 locations.
A northeast Modesto neighborhood has rallied in an effort to capture an elusive dog that has been living off the land in a dirt field for at least three weeks.
The Modesto Bee reports that attorney Steven O'Connor told a Stanislaus County judge on Tuesday he was not competent and wanted off the case.
IT GOING TO HELP FUND ATHLETES WITH DISABILITIES. AND ON OUR FORECAST WITH METEOROLOGIST DIRK VERDOORN, YOU'RE GOING TO BE OUT AT THE SOCCER GAME? VERY NICE.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously confirmed the appointment of two new county leaders Tuesday – a county librarian and a mental health director.
California state Sen. Tom Berryhill will not seek to overturn a $40,000 money-laundering penalty imposed on him, his brother and a pair of county GOP committees.
After four weeks of ballot counting, Betty Yee finished 481 votes ahead of John A. Pérez – out of more than 4 million ballots cast in the race.
Jer Johnson shows children a frame filled with honey during Uncle Jer's Traveling Bee Show at the Riverbank Library in Riverbank Calif., on Monday July 7, 2014.
Investigators testified Monday that Mario Albo's body was found badly decomposed and wrapped in blankets inside the detached garage of a west Modesto home last year.
Several decades ago, Abe Rojas went to the Stanislaus County Fairground to break up a brawl.
Could an arrest in San Joaquin County keep you in jail longer? A local attorney said he noticed for certain felonies, San Joaquin County set a higher bail schedule than other California counties.
Authorities arrested 20 people on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs over the Fourth of July weekend in Stanislaus County.
The event will overlap with the neighboring Stanislaus County Fair, which runs Friday through July 20, and the California State Fair, which runs Friday through July 27. That should not prevent fans from enjoying this gem tucked into a hillside in the Gold Country town.
Illegal fireworks flew, but there were no major trouble spots during a busier-than-usual Fourth of July, area fire and law enforcement agencies said Saturday.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:15 am
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