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Modesto is located 68 miles south of Sacramento, and 92 miles east of San Francisco. Modesto is home to the Xclamation Festival, X-Fest, which is the city's largest entertainment and cultural gathering. In 2009, it was estimated that 16,000 people attended the festival. With rich farmland all around, the county's agricultural production grosses billions and is led by milk, almonds, chickens, cattle, and walnuts.
Local Newspapers: The Modesto Bee
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Sharks (NHL)
Local Colleges: California State University Stanislaus
Zip Codes associated with modesto, california:
95350 95351 95354 95355 95356 95357 95358
Towns/Cities near modesto, california : Bystrom Empire Waterford Salida Riverdale Park Ceres Hughson Patterson Riverbank
White House Official Visits Central Valley to Discuss Health Care Solutions
On Christmas Eve in 2002, 9-1-1 dispatchers in Modesto, California receive a particularly harrowing call from local resident Ron Grantski - his 27-year-old, expecting stepdaughter, Laci Peterson, is missing. Investigators and family frantically search for the pregnant woman, retracing Laci's every move in hopes of finding the missing mother-to-be and her unborn son, Conner.Neighbors: Massive Gallo winery could mean 'free-for-all' in Lodi wine country
Phil Abba has a working relationship with E&J Gallo. His family has sold grapes to the Modesto-based winemaker since the 1960s.VIDEO: Witness describes homeless man's violent arrest
A friend translated as Micaela Garcia described what she saw last Friday night, right before someone else at Modesto's Caruso Corner shopping center captured disturbing video that now has a Stanislaus County deputy under investigation for repeatedly hitting a homeless man. The cell phone video , recorded without audio, shows what happened after deputies and Modesto police responded to calls from the area.California has two economies, and one isna t progressing. Herea s a plan that might work
A farmworker picks vegetables for a produce stand in 2016 in Modesto. Per capita income in the Central Valley is 30 percent below the statewide average.Traffic Stop Hits Pay Dirt
Take a look at the picture in the image box as it shows the score a CHP officer made when he pulled over a vehicle for equipment failure in Jamestown. On the scale is over a half pound of methamphetamine, which was found in the vehicle along with19 grams of heroin and packaging materials.Modesto man arrested in Paloma on suspicion of vehicle theft
The Calaveras County Sheriff's Office arrested a Modesto man early Thursday morning in Paloma after a stolen vehicle was discovered stuck in the mud. At about 4:45 a.m., someone called dispatch to report trespassers, and responding units found a man and woman in a garage, a Calaveras County Sheriff's Office press release said.Firefighters on scene of structure fire in Midland
A Louisiana man who has spent nearly 50 years in prison will be freed after a judge overturned his conviction in the kidnapping and rape of a nurse. A Louisiana man who has spent nearly 50 years in prison will be freed after a judge overturned his conviction in the kidnapping and rape of a nurse.Teaching Parents the Right 'Questions to Ask' in Schools
Parents Silvia Servin , Abigail Perez, and Andrea Cortez listen during a parent-training session in Modesto, Calif. The session was organized by PIQE, the Parent Institute for Quality Education, which teaches parents how to advocate for their children and navigate an education system that may be unfamiliar to them.WWII Veteran Gets High School Diploma 75 Years Later
Back in 1942, during World War II, Fenley left high school in Stockton to join the Navy. He turned 18 while storming a beach in France.Security guard dies following attack at Modesto parking garage
Don Lacey, 33, of Modesto, was arrested and booked into Stanislaus County Jail in connection with the assault, police said Saturday morning. The assault occurred at a parking garage on the 900 block of 11th Street.NTSB Says FMCSA Not Doing Enough to Keep Unsafe Operators Off Highways
Aerial view shows motorcoach at final rest and impact damage caused by signpost penetrating two-thirds of vehicle. Photo: California Highway Patrol In the wake of its investigation of a crash caused by a fatigued motorcoach driver, the National Transportation Safety Board reiterated its call for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to change its motor carrier safety rating system to ensure carriers with serious safety issues either mitigate those risks or be placed out of service.Woodland school trustees look at stadium rebuild agreement
E.2. Announcement of any action taken in Closed Session or items to be approved in Open Session that were reviewed in Closed Session K.2.a.I. Tafoya Elementary School Sixth Grade Students to Participate in an Educational Outdoor Science Camp, Alliance Redwoods, Occidental, CA, November 28-December 1, 2017 K.2.a.II. Pioneer High School Future Farmers of America to Participate in the Made For Excellence and Advanced Leadership Academy, Modesto, CA, February 9-10, 2018 K.2.a.III.Police Investigate Deadly Modesto Crash
Despite good Samaritans who rushed in to give him CPR, police say 25-year-old Alvin Kittiphane was killed in a crash on Standiford Avenue in Modesto. Police say Kittiphane lost control of his Toyota Camry after crossing Tully Road and wrecked into a utility pole on the other side of the intersection.CSU Stanislaus Students, Supporters March Nearly 50 Miles for Immigration Reform
Several CSU Stanislaus students and supporters of DACA marched from Turlock to Modesto on Sunday, hoping to let Congress know that they want an immediate resolution to the uncertainty surrounding the Dreamers Act. Sunday was the third and final day of the march, which went from Merced to Livingston on Friday and Livingston to Turlock Saturday.Man Critically Injured in Attack at Modesto Parking Garage
A 70-year-old man was left with critical injuries to the head after a late night assault Friday at a Modesto parking garage. Don Lacey, 33, of Modesto, was arrested and booked into Stanislaus County Jail in connection to the assault, police said Saturday morning.A True Commitment to Service Delivery
When you've maintained a vendor relationship for more than four decades, the scope of service and measure of loyalty has to be pretty high. Such is the case with PMZ Real Estate in Modesto, Calif., and American Home ShieldA .Boy, 5, Killed in Modesto Shooting Laid to Rest
Family and friends cried and held one another as memories of 5-year-old Xavier Smith played on the screens at The House Modesto. "He was so loving and caring," Xavier's dad, Marcus, said from the podium "He loved everyone of you guys, you guys know that?" "Always see him at school with that big old smile, you know, teaching his cousin how to do the Whip Nae Nae," Sarieng Rosales, Xavier's aunt, said.Modesto Police Investigating Whether Four Armed Robberies are Linked
Four armed robberies in a 12-day span is alarming, but now the Modesto Police Department is facing the possibility that all four are linked. "Detectives are working to try to link these ... same type of situation, same type of clothing.Stanislaus County Deputy Involved in Two Shootings in 3-Month Period
Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson is defending one of his deputies who shot two men while on duty in a three month period, saying the public has no reason to be concerned. "Absolutely not, it's a coincidence.
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