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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
Fleeing driver shot, killed by deputy in Ripon
The driver's identity and age was not released later Sunday pending positive identification and notification of her family, according to the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office. According to a preliminary investigation, deputies were responding to an unspecified 911 call on Sisk Road in north Modesto just before 3 a.m. A deputy spotted a vehicle matching the description of a vehicle in the call at Sisk and Pirrone roads and attempted to make a traffic stop, but the driver fled.High Water Near Highway 99 in Modesto near the 7th and 9th street bridges
The water releases out of the emergency spillway are running at 16,000 cubic ft. per second.First Listen: Grandaddy, 'Last Place'
Jason Lytle was burnt out. In the years following the release of Grandaddy's beloved The Sophtware Slump at the turn of the century, the Modesto, Calif., indie-rock band had hit a wall of diminishing returns and inter-band frustrations.Dogs rescued after being stranded by floodwaters in Modesto
Crews rescued two large dogs Wednesday afternoon that were stranded at the Modesto American Legion Hall, which was surrounded by floodwaters. Firefighters from the Modesto Fire Department and Stanislaus Consolidated Fire Protection District teamed up for the rescue in the Airport neighborhood.Sanctuary advocated by grass-roots leaders to blunt deportation crackdown
The push for sanctuary was on a lot of minds at the U.S. Regional World Meeting of Popular Movements. Concerns about President Donald Trump's intention to deport millions of unauthorized immigrants rose throughout the Feb. 16-19 gathering of more than 600 grass-roots and church leaders in California's Central Valley.Disrupting the Donald
At a meeting of grassroots activists, faith-based organizers, farm workers, undocumented immigrants, clergy, and several bishops held in Modesto, California, last week, San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy gave the most powerful and timely address I've ever heard from a Catholic leader. I will soon write a longer report about the first U.S.-gathering of the World Meeting of Popular Movements, where the bishop gave his speech and nearly 700 people met for panel discussions and small workshops at the three-day event organized by PICO National Network, the U.S. bishops' Catholic Campaign for Human Development and the Vatican's office for Promoting Integral Human Development.Residents in northern California brace for more flooding
Communities downstream from a Northern California reservoir gushing water for the first time in 20 years braced for flash floods and evacuations after authorities warned them to prepare for rising rivers and creeks. Northern California is forecast to get a brief break from persistent downpours Wednesday but the surge of water released from Don Pedro Dam into the Tuolumne River in the foothills east of Modesto is expected to reach overtopped levees later in the day.Downstream communities brace for flooding as dams overflow
Rescuers chest-deep in water steered boats carrying dozens of people, some with babies and pets, from a San Jose nei... . Heavy storms over the past two weeks caused parts of the shoulder and one lane of westbound Highway 50 give way, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, near Pollock Pines, Calif.Teensa rampage, a wifea s grief, texting at dinner a " your Morning Scoop
Happy Tuesday. It's Feb. 21, 2017 and here's your Morning Scoop of news and other stuff.Northern California prepares for more flooding
Officials in Modesto are preparing for the Tuolumne River to rise higher than 60 feet by midafternoon Tuesday and begin flooding nearby areas, the result of the release of water down the spillway of Don Pedro Dam for the first time in nearly two decades and continued storms in Northern California. Emergency officials began releasing water down the spillway Monday to prevent the reservoir from overflowing.Cardinal Tobin decries populist racism, xenophobia
In an address to the US Regional World Meeting of Popular Movements, Cardinal Joseph Tobin of Newark lamented the "dark clouds gathering" around the United States. The "concentration of wealth in our country in the hands of a few has created historic levels of economic inequality, which has placed a great burden on working families and the poor," the prelate said during his talk, delivered in Modesto, California.Don Pedro will spill today
Don Pedro Reservoir will spill over at 3 p.m. today, Lake Camanche above Lodi may spill today or Tuesday, and the worst of the rain and wind is yet to come for the northern San Joaquin Valley. The Turlock Irrigation District, which owns Don Pedro, says it is preparing to open its gated spillway at 3 p.m. That could cause the downstream Tuolumne River to flood portions of Modesto by early Tuesday.Heavy rain, strong winds likely to cause issues in NorCal
Presidents Day in Northern California will be a very wet and windy one, with flooding and downed trees a possibly concern as streams and creeks are expected to rise and winds will get increasingly stronger Monday. A wind advisory is already in effect until Tuesday morning, with winds forecast to remain between 20 and 40 mph and wind gusts could top 50 mph or more, according to the KCRA 3 Weather Team.Two dams may spill over
Another atmospheric river closing in on California may finally push two key reservoirs over the brim on the Tuolumne and Mokelumne rivers. Don Pedro Reservoir, southeast of Stockton, could spill by Tuesday, officials said late Friday.Updates: Deadly storm slams Southern California
Damage to a spillway on California's Oroville Dam prompted an urgent call for residents downstream to evacuate to higher ground Sunday. ***EMBARGO: Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, CA*** Damage to a spillway on California's Oroville Dam prompted an urgent call for residents downstream to evacuate to higher ground Sunday.Modesto Trailer Park Residents Prepare to Evacuate as Winds, Rain Hit Stanislaus County
As the winds and the Tuolumne River moved high and fast on Friday morning, some RV owners at the Terrace Trailer Park in Modesto moved with just as much energy. Jones told FOX40 that Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies advised him that he should evacuate.The Latest: Speakers Blast Trump's Immigration Orders
The archbishop of Los Angeles said at a Vatican-sponsored conference Friday that the new White House administration is cruelly playing with people's lives. Cardinal Peter Turkson delivers the keynote address at the U.S. Regional World Meeting of Popular Movements at Central Catholic High School in Modesto, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.
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