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Modesto Regional Fire Authority Division Chief Sean Slamon has been appointed the agency's interim fire chief.
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Terry Withrow is pictured on Wednesday morning in the Modesto Bee photo studio. Incumbent Terry Withrow and Scott Calkins are running for the District 3 seat on the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors.
Republican leaders in Stanislaus County will consider punishing one of their own for airing dirty laundry, publicly questioning U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham's integrity and harming the local GOP fundraising effort.
OID managers held an invitation-only meeting with Paulsell landowners last week, and they were surprised so many of the farmers showed up.
Carissa Higginbotham of the Ceres Police Department said the property owner found the body after opening the freezer while looking around the abandoned shop.
Genealogical Society of Stanislaus County meeting featuring society member Pam Atherston, who will present a program regarding her published fictional tale based on true facts about the experiences of people of German heritage in Russia just prior to WWII.
Gardeners of all ages took part in a community seed swap at the Keyes branch of the Stanislaus County Library on Monday.
Rod Olsen, right, and his lawyer Robert Forkner speak with reporters after he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disturbing the peace for making loud and unreasonable noise at the Stanislaus County Courthouse on Monday in Modesto, April 14, 2014.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is looking to fill 7,000 officer positions.
The buildings along 9th Street between G and H sit on the preferred site for the new Stanislaus county courthouse.
Incumbent Adam Christianson has far more education, leadership experience, endorsements and campaign money.
Vandals hit a vacant commercial building, at Maze Boulevard and Madison Street on Modesto's west side, with violent graffiti messages including the "187" that is a threat of murder.
Title: Courts reporter Coverage areas: Criminal cases, breaking news Bio: Rosalio Ahumada has been a reporter at The Bee for more than seven years, previously covering crime and public safety issues.
Two brothers who've been subjects of multiple searches and police interrogations in the slaying of Korey Kauffman have protested their treatment by law enforcement and now have hired a private investigator to look into what they say is ongoing harassment and a violation of their civil rights.