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Merced is located in central California in Merced County. It is situated in the San Joaquin Valley. The town is named after the Merced river which flows just outside town limits. In Spanish Merced means "favor." Merced was known as the "Gateway to Yosemite," as it is only two hours away from Yosemite National Park. The city was incorporated into California in 1889. Merced is home to the Castle Air Force Base, which has in recent years closed. Traditionally, the economy of the city has depended upon agribusiness and the presence of the Castle Air Force Base, so the closing of the base has significantly affected residents.

Population: 63893
Local Newspapers: Merced Sun-Star Merced County Times
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs
Local Colleges: University of California-Merced

Zip Codes associated with merced, california: 95340 95348
Towns/Cities near merced, california : Atwater Planda Chowchilla Livingston Delhi Los Banos

Merced News
Cookies take center stage

It started in family kitchens in Muskogee, Oklahoma, in 1917 when members of a Girl Scout troop wanted to fund projects  by baking and selling cookies. Now, 100 years later, two commercial companies turn out 11 flavors of cookies that generate multi-million dollar profits for the organization that welcomes girls ages 5 to 18. Today is the first Saturday of National Girl Scout Cookies Weekend, and local troops will be in front of stores and businesses to sell boxes - at $5 apiece - to those who didn't preorder cookies from individual scouts.

The Surprisingly Early Settlement of the Tibetan Plateau

Scientists thought people first set foot on the frozen Tibetan Plateau 15,000 years ago. New genomic analyses suggest multiplying that figure as much as fourfold Genetic analysis suggests that humans have continuously inhabited the Tibetan Plateau as far back as the last ice age.

CHP: Semi jackknives on SB I-5, hitting BMW

High Wind Warning issued February 17 at 6:39AM PST expiring February 17 at 7:00PM PST in effect for: Kern Wind Advisory issued February 17 at 6:39AM PST expiring February 17 at 7:00PM PST in effect for: Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Tulare Flash Flood Watch issued February 16 at 9:40PM PST expiring February 18 at 4:00AM PST in effect for: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Mariposa, Tulare, Tuolumne Wind Advisory issued February 16 at 3:19PM PST expiring February 17 at 7:00PM PST in effect for: Kern, Kings, Tulare High Wind Watch issued February 16 at 4:29AM PST expiring February 17 at 10:00PM PST in effect for: Kern, Kings, Tulare Flash Flood Watch issued February 15 at 1:47PM PST expiring February 17 at 10:00PM PST in effect for: Fresno, Kern, Madera, Mariposa, Tulare, Tuolumne Flash Flood Watch issued February 15 at 1:45PM PST expiring February 17 at 10:00PM PST in effect for: ... (more)

Aerial view shows flooding in Merced County

"We want to make sure we have everything in line. We don't want to be playing catch up should this thing go sideways.

Oops: New York Times outs undocumented California college students

It's a generally accepted rule in journalism that personal addresses are not to be made public, especially if permission hasn't been granted explicitly. Though the New York Times didn't exactly publish the personal home addresses of a group of undocumented college students featured in a recent profile, the paper did the next closest thing by disclosing some of their dorm room numbers.

Commercial leases and developments for Feb. 10

202 in Fresno from Fresno Supreme Inc. to F&H Pizza Inc. Doug Cords was the agent in cooperation with Brandon Lamonica from Fortune Associates. 3,430 square feet at 6737 N. Milburn Ave. No.

California farmers backed Trump; now they're worried

A worker harvests Jeff Marchini's radicchio crop to a conveyer belt in Merced, Calif., Jan. 27, 2017. President Donald Trump's executive orders upending immigration laws are alarming farmers in the Republican stronghold of Central Valley, who are wondering what they could mean for their workers, most of whom are unauthorized, and the businesses that depend on them.

California Farmers Backed Trump, but Now Fear Losing Field Workers

California Farmers Backed Trump, but Now Fear Losing Field Workers - MERCED, Calif. - Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump.

Merced contractor, ex-Los Banos school board member plead not guilty in public corruption probe

A Merced contractor and former Los Banos school board member pleaded not guilty Wednesday to public corruptions charges, nearly six months after they first were arrested on bribery allegations. Gregory Opinski, the 54-year-old owner of Greg Opinski Construction, and Tommy Jones, a 68-year-old veteran politician from Los Banos who recently was ousted from his seat on the city's school board, both entered their pleas early Wednesday before Judge Paul C. Lo in Merced Superior Court.

Officials crackdown on 'sideshows' in Stanislaus County

It was a busy weekend for law enforcement agencies in Stanislaus County as they worked to break up large crowds that gathered for sideshows -- illegal driving exhibitions. Between 20 and 70 drivers shutdown the southbound lanes of Highway 99 near Keyes Saturday night to allow some of the group to perform dangerous tricks, the California Highway Patrol.

Major Link Soccer: US Academies continue to expand

If they can rotate their squad and stay healthy, this team is an odds-on favorite for Supporters Shield, without question. They'll finish 1st in the West, and could conceivable make it all the way back to MLS Cup.

Dispatches from the War Zone - Presentation in Merced

There will be a book reading/presentation about Dispatches from the War Zone on Friday, February 10, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. This event will take at the Merced First Assembly of God, 1350 Yosemite Pkwy, Merced, CA 95341 *** About the author and book: Mike Rhodes is the author of Dispatches from the War Zone, homelessness in Fresno from 2002 - 2015. His extensive coverage of this issue, as editor of the Community Alliance newspaper, defended homeless people's human rights and led to significant changes in public policy.

Los Banos bribery arraignment continued as defense files challenge

Tommy Jones, a former Los Banos Unified trustee, leaves a Merced Superior Court hearing Friday. He and co-defendant Greg Opinski face corruption charges related to the construction of Mercey Springs Elementary in Los Banos.

Religion notes for Feb. 4: News, events from Valleya s faith community

Doug Kulungu of Fresno, right, with Ben Carson, former presidential candidate and President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, during the 2016 National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Doug Kulungu, a citizen of the Congo who has lived in Fresno for 12 years, attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., on Thursday that President Donald Trump addressed. Kulungu came to Fresno as an international student at Fresno Pacific University and now runs Kulungu for Congo , which provides humanitarian aid to people in the Congo.

Lt. Ferreira To Lead Sonora Area CHP

Lt. Shane Ferreira is a native of Merced and has spent 20 years with the CHP. Before arriving in the Mother Lode, he worked in Ventura County, Merced County and Madera County.

Inmate escapes from federal prison in California

An inmate serving time in the U.S. Penitentiary, Atwater in the San Joaquin Valley remains at large after escaping from the minimum security facility. The Merced Sun-Star reports 47-year-old Eric Pree was discovered missing from the federal prison about 10 a.m. Sunday.

Proposition 64 said their felony charges could be reduced, but many...

Proposition 64 legalized pot possession in the state, but many Californians may not know it also reduced many marijuana-related felonies to misdemeanors. Those convicted of these crimes can petition the court to have their offenses reclassified - something that may clear a roadblock to better job opportunities or from being released from jail.

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