Tuesday May 14
A name you should know
Al Muller sat in anonymity outside the San Joaquin Delta College Studio Theatre, which, come this fall, will bear a sign naming it the Alfred H. Muller Studio Theatre.
Almond crop production nears record
Federal farm officials predict a near-record 2 billion-pound California almond crop this year, despite strong April winds that knocked some nuts and branches out of trees as well as pushing over some trees.
Witness recants story in Calif. girl's death
In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013, photo, student Elliott Berry, 8, attends a memorial vigil for slain 8-year-old girl Leila Fowler at Jenny Lind Elementary School in Valley Springs, Calif.
The Modesto Bee
Three people killed, two children injured in car crash near Escalon
Three people died and three others, including two children, suffered serious injuries when a car hit a pole near Escalon on Sunday night.
Escalon woman gets statewide honor
Her way with children and an ability to do "volumes of paperwork" while tending to a variety of other tasks have made Escalon's Amber Dimas the top school secretary in the state.
3 Stocktonians die in crash near Escalon
Three Stockton residents died and three more were injured in a single-vehicle crash on Dodds Road east of Escalon Bellota Road north of Escalon on Sunday evening, the California Highway Patrol reported.
Tense Calif. town hunts for killer of 8-year-old
In a Sunday, April 28, 2013 photo, Valley Springs residents Stacey Sims, right, comforts fellow resident Amanda Pekarek, who both knew the 8 year old murder victim Leila Fowler, who was friends with their children, after a press conference outside the Sheriff's substation in Valley Springs on Sunday.
The Salinas Californian
Canine 'volunteer' provides support
Nearly every day, Dr. Gary Pickell makes his rounds at the Alexander Cohen Hospice House.
The Modesto Bee
Secretary wins honor
An Escalon school secretary was named a 2013 California Classified School Employee of the Year.