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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.

Population: 211156
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

Modesto News
Amber Frey remembers recorded calls with Scott Peterson: 'I was shaking'

Amber Frey, the California woman who was romantically involved with Scott Peterson, talked to ABC about secretly working with police to help convict the now 44-year-old San Quentin prisoner of murdering his pregnant wife and unborn son. Scott Peterson has served 12 years of his sentence after the remains of his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, Conner Peterson, were found a day apart in April 2003 on the shoreline of San Francisco Bay.

Hea s running for re-election. But he cana t poop in public anymore, a court said

Kevin Gonzalves, a Merced Irrigation District board director up for re-election, was convicted of a misdemeanor nearly a decade ago for defecating on public property. Gonzalves pleaded no contest and was convicted in 2009 of a single misdemeanor count of being a public nuisance, according to documents obtained by the Sun-Star.

Laci Peterson's mother recalls the last time she ever saw her daughter alive

Since Dec. 24, 2002, the day her daughter Laci Peterson disappeared, life has never been the same for Sharon Rocha. "You wake up from most nightmares, and they're over.

News of Record for September 13, 2017

6:50 p.m., Sonora -A woman on Barron Ranch Road walked near her deck, a chair and a tree while holding a metal pipe. 3:08 p.m., Sonora - Mary Marjorie Welsh, 64, of the 500 block of Barretta Street, was booked after an arrest on Barretta Street.

Modesto woman went out to shoot lightning photos. She captured this instead.

Driving with her husband, Cynthia Londo had her phone out to catch lightning flashes on Monday night, but instead filmed a road sign the contained an anti-Trump message. The sign was on Carpenter Road in Modesto.

Wanted Man, Alleged ID Thief Caught During Suspicious Vehicle Check

A deputy's hunch to check out a suspiciously parked U-Haul rental pickup early yesterday in which a man was hiding resulted his arrest on multiple charges and warrants. According to Tuolumne County Sheriff's spokesperson Sgt.

Oakdale man arrested in Copperopolis boat thefts

An Oakdale man is in Calaveras County Jail after an arrest Thursday afternoon in connection with the theft of four boats at Lake Tulloch last month. The boats were stolen from private docks in the Poker Flat and Conner Estates area on Aug. 31. Three boats were stripped of valuables and left to drift in the lake.

The witchdoctor reveals it all

Sitting Left to Right : Ex Inspector Ganpat Ram, Corporal Pramesh Dutt Krishna, Myself, ASP Alekisio Ratumeli.Back Row : Sergeant Isikeli Tabua, Inspector Joseva Varuru, Woman Inspector Lavenia Liga Lovodua, Corporal Josaia Naimasi, Inspector Peni Moi and IT was about 8.30pm on March 12, 2000 when police detectives started questioning a so-called witchdoctor in connection with a taxidriver's murder. The taxidriver was last seen in Nadi Town in the evening of March 7, taking three young men to Sigatoka.

Storage Seeker National Self-Storage Rent Index Declines in August

Self-storage rental rates declined an average of 1 percent across the United States in August, according to the monthly Self Storage Rent Index maintained by Storage Seeker, an online self-storage directory and price aggregator. The decline marked the end of five consecutive months of rate growth dating back to March, according to a press release.

Restored 1919 Pumper Returns to CA Fire Dept.

Sept. 08--The Modesto Fire Department's first motorized pumper truck, a 1919 Seagrave, is back home and will be the showpiece of a historical display being assembled for the MFD's original station on 11th Street. The truck was brought to Station 1 on Thursday, after long-retired Modesto Junior College counselor Bill Spidell spent 12 years or more restoring it.

Suspect Arrested In Lake Tulloch Stolen Boats Case

Calaveras sheriff's officials say in the process of serving two search out-of-area warrants detectives were able to take into custody a suspect in a four-boat theft at a local lake. In the arrest, made yesterday, officials charged 29-year-old Justin Labass of Oakdale with grand theft, burglary, possession of stolen property and possession of ammunition by a felon.

Not too late to get DACA help

On the same day that President Donald Trump announced the impending end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, hardly anyone showed up for an El Concilio workshop intended to help undocumented workers extend their eligibility. It's not that people weren't worried about what they had just heard on the news, said Solange Altman, an immigration attorney at El Concilio.

Publisher of Vision Magazine gave $400 to David Duke's failed Senate campaign

Strange as it may seem, Fred Bigler is the publisher, co-founder and Board Member of VisiA3n Magazine , a magazine about Latino innovators in business, community leadership, education and the arts! [ Fred Bigler, publisher, co-founder and Board Member of VisiA3n Magazine at Modesto Centre Plaza. ] Publisher of Vision Magazine gave $400 to David Duke's failed Senate campaign By Lynda Carson - September 7, 2017 The publisher of Vision Magazine, a magazine about Latino innovators, and former Director of Community Services for the Stanislaus Military Academy, gave $400 to David Duke's failed Senate campaign during 2016.

Patterson arrest: Man allegedly killed ex as son screamed 'No, Dad!'

A Massachusetts man suspected of strangling his ex-girlfriend as their 4-year-old son pleaded with him to stop has been captured in Patterson, Calif. Emilio DeLarosa, 33, was arrested Wednesday, six days shy of the one-year anniversary of the crime.

CHP: Deadly Labor Day, More DUI Arrests

Local and state figures in from the CHP's Labor Day weekend Maximum Enforcement Period still show the holiday is as dangerous as ever on the roads. The concentrated focus on traffic enforcement began 6 p.m. Friday and continued until Monday at midnight.

Abc to Present 'Truth and Lies' Documentary on Murder of Laci Peterson

They seemed like the perfect couple. Scott and Laci Peterson were charming, dynamic and good-looking college sweethearts in love.

Up, up and away: Balloon, kite fest ends on high note

RIPON - Kite enthusiast Genaro Correa Jr. was "close to heaven" Sunday attending the Soaring Over Ripon Hot Air Balloon and Kite Festival. With no kite-snatching trees or power lines in sight as he stood looking over one of the massive green fields at Mistlin Sports Park - site of 11 previous festivals - Correa's $2 kite danced high in the sky at the end of 1,000 feet of string.

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