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The National Weather Service forecasts highs in the low to mid-70s through Saturday, a stretch that includes the first day of spring on Thursday.
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She and her 7-year-old sister, Andrea, live four blocks from campus. They travel to and from school together and see each other at lunch.
Irrigation districts provide water that's key to agricultural prosperity in the Northern San Joaquin Valley, but some of those districts also have been cashing in on the region's water resources.
Benivedas, who was born in Merced, was a member of the Merced CHP Explorer Post in 2010-12.
The local attorneys of Cash-Dudley Speiller & Torres will provide insight into the rights of unmarried parents this month at Stanislaus County libraries.
I have written countless stories about farming, but none of them involved a cornfield turning to popcorn.
Volunteers of all ages to take part in family-friendly projects in Modesto on April 5 and throughout Stanislaus County and the Central Valley.
Two forensic psychologists on Thursday testified that a man accused of attempted murder and rape in Modesto was faking symptoms of a mental disorder.
The Canadian group Loverboy, which scored several rock hits in the ''80s and has produced new music as recent as 2007, will be turned loose on Stanislaus County Fair-goers this summer.
Plans to build a new jail in northern north Tulare County may have to undergo changes if a California agency decides on Thursday to take $6.7 million in state money from the project.
A state corrections panel in charge of awarding $500 million to counties upheld an appeal in the competitive application process, knocking San Joaquin County off the funding list, causing the county to lose out on $33 million to build a new jail.
Sacramento will host the world premiere of "Turlock: The Documentary," which chronicles what some say is the largest animal neglect case in U.S. history.
Two brothers whose homes and businesses were searched in connection with the homicide of a Turlock man were joined by about 20 of their family and friends in front of the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office Wednesday to protest what they say is ongoing harassment by law enforcement.
A Stanislaus County judge who has been disqualified by prosecutors more than 500 times since October has been reassigned to civil court.
While nobody debates that Stanislaus County desperately needs a new courthouse – services such as civil and traffic court have been moved to offsite, leased space – where it's going to go is a bone of contention.