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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.
Local Newspapers: Merced Sun-Star Merced County Times
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs
Local Colleges: University of California-Merced
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70-year-old arrested for DUI after collision near Planada
Rescue crews respond to the scene of a three-vehicle crash on Highway 140 near North Hayden Road just outside Planada, Calif., on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. According to CHP Sgt.Today's kids love socialism - but it's not because of their radical professors
According to a survey conducted late last year by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, a third of Americans and as many as 44% of Millennials would prefer to live under a socialist system than a capitalist one. This is more than a little puzzling at a time when socialism has proved a catastrophic failure in its remaining strongholds in Venezuela, North Korea and Cuba.IV fluid shortage triggered by Hurricane Maria reaching critical levels
Every day Wanda Volchko, a single mother of two, fights off the side effects of Lupus. She's also a survivor of strokes and Leukemia, making her dependent on monthly immune-boosting infusions that have to be diluted with saline because she's extremely sensitive to some treatments.Growing Marketing Firm Relocates to the Bay Area For a Busy 4th Quarter
Victory Solutions Enterprises, a firm whose expertise lies in the field of in-store marketing, is announcing their second market expansion to conclude 2017. CEO, Marcos Betancourt, has planted his company's roots in San Mateo, CA to centralize the firm's headquarters to the two retail locations in Victory Solutions' newest contract.Good Samaritan pulls woman out of car before train hits in Atwater
A good Samaritan pulled an elderly Merced woman out of a car before it was hit by a train Monday night, police said. Atwater police officers responded to reports of a vehicle stuck on the train tracks at 8:19 p.m. at East Bellevue Road and Santa Fe Drive, according to Atwater police.Woman injured in Merced crash after car hydroplanes, crashes into orchard
A woman was transported to a Modesto area hospital with moderate injuries after her car hydroplaned on Campus Parkway at East Gerard Avenue in Merced and crashed into orchard trees Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, Merced Police said. High speed and the rainy weather were considered factors, officers said.Five Things To Do Today, Sunday, Jan. 7 | Keyboard Concert, Comic Con & bald eagles
Explore the lake while searching for the majestic bird also known as the United States' official emblem. Tours continue every weekend through Feb. 25. Meet at the Fresno County Courthouse at Millerton Lake, 559-822-2332 , www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=587 , $20.Warm up with bright art, lively music, festive receptions
January's ArtAbout features several group shows at several venues - The Artery, Art 26, F Street Gallery of Hallmark Inn and International House. Art 26 will sell artwork donated by various artists to raise funds for fire relief charities in Sonoma and Ventura counties.Herea s why you should avoid I-99 South today in Merced
Crews work to clean up the scene of a tractor trailer which crashed and caught fire in the southbound lanes of Highway 99 at the O Street overpass in Merced, Calif., on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018. According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver escaped with minor injuries and the cause of the crash is under investigation.Home Invasion Suspect Kicks in Door, Meets Shotgun, Dies Shortly Thereafter
A home invasion occurred in Merced, California on Wednesday. The assailant was met with the long barrel of a shotgun and was subsequently shot and killed.Dispelling Myths About Human Trafficking for Health Care Providers
The International Labour Organization estimates that human trafficking is a $150 billion industry worldwide, with approximately 21 million victims. Hospitals and health systems are in a unique position to intervene, and a recent webinar as part of the AHA's Hospitals Against Violence Initiative provides health care leaders with tools to help them do just that.Public distrust of government should worry us all, even conservatives and libertarians
Americans' trust in their national government hovers around historic lows according to a Pew Research Center poll. A new Pew survey reports "only 18 percent of Americans think they can trust the government in Washington to do what is right 'just about always' or 'most of the time'."For richer or poorer: 4 economists ponder what 2018 has in store
Greg Wright, University of California, Merced; Christos Makridis, Stanford University; Patricia Smith, University of Michigan, and William Hauk, University of South Carolina Editor's note: We asked four economists to offer their thoughts and insights on what they expect to be a key theme or issue in 2018. Income and wealth inequality are currently at levels last seen during the Gilded Age when the top 10 percent of Americans owned nearly three-fourths of overall wealth, and the bottom 40 percent had virtually no wealth and 2018 will see things get a whole lot worse.Dwight Yoakam kicks off the New Year with a performance, Friday, Feb. 5 at the Visalia Fox Theatre.
Your New Year's resolution was to leave the house more, right? Here are seven entertainment options to help make that happen during this first week and a half of January. This week's rock pick, Slow Season, turns things up loud with deep '70s vibes that harken to Led Zeppelin and the like.Merced County man pleads 'not guilty' in hit-and-run death of 3-year-old girl
Merced police released surveillance video on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, of the car they say struck a 3-year-old Merced girl before fleeing the scene. The girl died Tuesday morning, police said.Davis ArtAbout returns to downtown with fire relief efforts
January's ArtAbout in Davis features several group shows at several venues such as; The Artery, Art 26, F St. Gallery of Hallmark Inn and International House. Art 26 will be raising funds towards Sonoma County Fire Relief and Ventura County United Way by selling artwork donated by various artists.Gas prices rose over the holiday. Here are some of the cheapest prices in Merced.
The national gas price average climbed to $2.49, AAA said in a news release, the most expensive prices seen at the start of a new year since 2014 when prices topped $3 per gallon. Things are even more expensive in Merced where the cheapest gas was reported at $2.69 at Costco followed closely by ARCO on Olive Avenue and G street at $2.73, according to GasBuddy.com .Homicides climbed significantly in Merced County in 2017. Herea s a look at each case.
Deadly violence rose in 2017 in Merced County with 20 reported homicides countywide, more than double the number of slayings reported in 2016, but still significantly lower than the three years prior to 2016 in which 30 or more homicides were reported each year. Total homicides countywide more than doubled in 2017 over the previous year.Subway's 'mystery meat' and 'mushy and rotten vegetables' destroyed...
The chain - which long promoted an "eat fresh" philosophy - has failed to keep up with American consumers' demands for local ingredients. Franchisees and workers said that locations can only get one or two shipments of produce a week, sometimes resulting in "mushy and rotting" vegetables.Artist association members on display at The Artery
The Artery presents The CHAA Collective, various works by Janine Echabarne and guests, on display from Jan. 5 to 29. The reception is from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12. Echabarne, a longtime Artery jeweler, is one of the newest members of CHAA, which stands for Contemporary Humanitarian Artists Association. The organization's goal is to bring greater awareness and appreciation of visual arts as they influence lives, communities and culture.
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