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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
Fire-displaced residents in Merced share worries and crack a few jokes

Residents displaced by the Detwiler fire attended a community meeting at the Merced Theatre on Thursday night, where they expressed concerns about security and inquired about when they could return home. The meeting followed a format similar to one held the night before at Mountain Christian Center in Oakhurst, with officials taking turns to provide the latest fire information, status of power restorations and policing issues.

Firefighters a turning the cornera on Mariposaa s devastating wild fire

Thousands of firefighters and nearly a dozen aircraft pummeled the raging Detwiler Fire this week even as the fast-moving inferno consumed thousands of acres of wild land in Mariposa County and doubled in size each day, officials told a large crowd in downtown Merced on Thursday. Flames sparked Sunday afternoon in Hunters Valley, west of Mariposa and reached 70,000 acres by Thursday afternoon, or almost 110 square miles, continues to threaten homes in and around Mariposa and Coulterville.

Detwiler Fire Grows To 109 Square Miles, Still 10 Miles From Yosemite

The biggest wildfire currently raging in California is the 70,000-acre, 109-square mile Detwiler Fire in Mariposa County. It nearly doubled again in size between Wednesday and Thursday, and as the Weather Channel notes , it is now larger than the size of Seattle.

International a Dark Weba operation with California connections dismantled

In a case that included probes in Fresno and Merced, the Justice Department announced the dismantling Thursday of an international "Dark Web" operation that dealt in hundreds of millions of dollars of illegal drugs and other contraband. In a press conference in Washington with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sacramento-based U.S. Attorney Phil Talbert, officials said they had taken down the Alpha Bay Dark web site, which they described as being 10 times larger than the Silk Road site eradicated four years ago.

California's nuts: Why the almond, pistachio, pecan and walnut...

The almond, pecan, walnut and pistachio were each officially declared California's state nut when Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed the declaration into law . Botanically speaking, the nuts are technically seeds of drupe fruits, unlike the acorn - a true nut - which did not make the list.

Gov. Jerry Brown says the state's housing crisis is his next...

State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de LeA3n , left, Gov. Jerry Brown and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon walk through the Capitol to a news conference to discuss the passage of climate change bills. State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de LeA3n , left, Gov. Jerry Brown and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon walk through the Capitol to a news conference to discuss the passage of climate change bills.

Detwiler Fire evening update: 25,000 acres burned as thousands escape from Mariposa

A mobile home claimed by the Detwiler Fire, which forced the evacuation of the entire town of Mariposa on Tuesday. The blaze has burned an estimated 25,000 acres and remains 5% contained, Cal Fire reported.

Herea s what you can do a " and not do a " to help Mariposa fire victims

As Merced residents watched the plume of smoke from the Detwiler fire from Mariposa move closer to home , people began organizing on social media to help Mariposa residents and animals who evacuated. A Facebook group called Detwiler Fire Support Group quickly grew to 300 members Tuesday.

California wildfire prompts state's emergency response

Merced and Mariposa County Sheriff's Office members attend a briefing during a wildfire in Mariposa County, Calif., Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Tall grass from a deluge of winter rains is fueling wildfires throughout the Western U.S., damaging more than a dozen homes in Nevada and threatening hundreds more structures in California.

Thief waits before running by drive-thru and stealing KFC

A man can be seen waiting for a KFC employee to hand a customer their food, before he darts pass the window and grabs the food to enjoy himself 'On my way home from work I picked up my son and we went to Staples,' said the cameraman, Myles Hamilton, in the post About seeing the man waiting he added: 'I instantly have a feeling of suspicion and wonder if he will do what I was thinking' And as soon as the food is made available for the customer, the thief dashes and grabs the food, taking off Nothing can prepare someone for when they approach a drive thru line and almost get their food, only to have it stolen.

VIDEO: Man arrested after high-speed chase

The California Highway Patrol requested assistance from the Mariposa County Sheriff's Office with a stolen vehicle out of Merced, CA yesterday July 12, 2017.

Mariposa County Sheriffa s Office assists with stolen vehicle pursuit

This logging truck driver offered his services to assist the CHP and Madera County Sheriff's Office in blocking both lanes of traffic, just south of Bagby Bridge, to stop a stolen vehicle . This logging truck driver offered his services to assist the CHP and Madera County Sheriff's Office in blocking both lanes of traffic, just south of Bagby Bridge, to stop a stolen vehicle .

Walter Terry Bates

Walter Terrence Bates, 70 of Merced, passed away Saturday, July 8, 2017, in Turlock, California. He was born on Friday, November 29, 1945, in Sibley, Iowa, the son of Dr. W. W. and Brownie Marvin Bates.

Los Banos residents need to speak English if they want to speak to board in public

Lupe Delgado, left, assisted with spanish language translation when a County staff member was unable to interpret for citizens speaking about healthcare, on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, during a regular meeting of the Merced County Board of Supervisors. Non-English speaking residents of Merced County struggle to voice their opinions to the public officials they help elect, critics said Tuesday.

Riches to rags: Recycling clothing

The average American throws away about 70 pounds of clothing, shoes and other household textiles each year. It's estimated that only 15% of post-consumer textile waste is recycled, leaving 85% going to landfills, when almost all of it could be recycled.

No fires in Mountain Area due to fireworks

With the temperature nearing 100 degrees, large crowds flocked to Bass Lake yesterday to beat the heat and watch the the Fireworks display sponsored by the Bass Lake Chamber of Commerce. Fire crews were on high alert due to the potential of wildfires from a variety of sources including fireworks which are illegal in the foothill and Mountain Area.

Family seeks help locating at-risk Marina man traveling with unknown woman

A photo of Flavio Perez, 38, who went missing on Friday and is believed to have driven out to Merced. Perez is said to be mentally challenged and suffers from short term memory loss and is not familiar with areas outside of Monterey County.

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