A judge has rejected the city's bid to be annexed into the Turlock Irrigation District, which supplies its electricity.
Prosecutors Thursday filed new charges against a 53-year-old Turlock man found not guilty of murder in the death of another man in a suspected road rage case from 2010.
And it’ll be pounding hard at the Stanislaus County Fair July 17 when longtime favorite Huey Lewis and The News takes the free stage.
California's health exchange has awarded $37 million in grants to educate up to 9 million consumers about the Affordable Care Act, with most of the funding going to outreach plans targeting a dozen or more counties.
The effort to prevent drownings will run from March 25 to Sept. 1. • Approved an agreement for Modesto City Schools to use the equestrian area at the Sheriff's Operation Center on Hackett Road for FFA and 4-H Club instruction
A new trial to resolve a deputy's discrimination claims kicked off Tuesday, with Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson expected to testify next week.
A senior management consultant for the Stanislaus County Chief Executive Office will take over leadership of Stanislaus County’s smallest city.
After four arrests for driving under the influence, a Modesto man was sentenced to six years and eight months in state prison, Stanislaus County District Attorney Birgit Fladager announced Monday.
Hart was the Valley Home Joint School District superintendent and principal when he was arrested in 2011 on two charges of continuous sexual abuse of a child younger than 14.
Riverbank is diverging from tradition in using a private vendor to conduct the June 4 special election, but voters might not notice much difference.
The Los Banos Police Department's second-highest ranking officer has been convicted of drunken driving, according to a Stanislaus County assistant district attorney.
A preliminary hearing will resume May 22 for a Modesto woman accused of murder in the death of the toddler she was baby-sitting. The hearing for defendant Maria Elena Torres was scheduled to resume this week, but it was postponed because Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Scott Steffen just started a jury trial in his courtroom.
CHARGES: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, false identification to a police officer, possession of burglary tools, possession of a controlled substance CHARGES: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, possession of a non-narcotic controlled substance, obstruction or resisting a public officer, violation ... (more)