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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
The Cold-Blooded Murder of Laci Peterson: Why the Grisly Crime Still Captivates--and Disturbs

To look at Scott Peterson before Christmas Eve in 2002 was to see a young, handsome family man, a 30-year-old fertilizer salesman living in Modesto, Calif., who was about to become a first-time dad. Peterson has been on death row for the last 12 years for the murder of his wife, Laci Peterson , who was 8 months pregnant with their son when she disappeared on Dec. 24, 2002.

Police: Man Barricaded in Modesto Convenience Store

Police in Modesto say an armed man has barricaded himself inside a convenience store at Maze and Martin Luther King Boulevard. It appears the armed man is the only person in the store, and everyone else was able to get out.

Rescuers discover body in Modesto creek is Dracula

Capt. Jair Juarez of the Modesto Fire Department holds up the life-size Dracula doll that a winery employee thought might be a body floating on Dry Creek. Capt.

Rescuers discover body in Modesto creek is Dracula

Capt. Jair Juarez of the Modesto Fire Department holds up the life-size Dracula doll that a winery employee thought might be a body floating on Dry Creek. Capt.

CA Firefighters Making More Rescues on Water Than Land

Aug. 13--The most dramatic images of firefighters often depict them emerging from a building engulfed in flames, a person draped across their arms, or making their way down a ladder high in the air, a child held tightly to their chest. Rescues from burning buildings happen, but are rare.

Doc suggests Scott Peterson may be innocent

That's the premise of at least the first three episodes of what is bound to be a controversial six-part docuseries called "The Murder of Laci Peterson," premiering Tuesday on A&E. Laci Peterson was 27 and eight-and-a-half months pregnant when she went missing in December 2002.

Firefighters find life-sized doll of Dracula floating

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Modesto Fire Dept.: a Bodya in Creek was Just Dracula

Emergency crews in Modesto responded to reports of a possible body in a creek near the E. & J. Gallo Winery early Thursday afternoon. The Modesto Fire Department sent an engine, a truck and a battalion chief to Dry Creek around 1:40 p.m. Thursday after a security employee at the winery called.

Scott Peterson Speaks Out Publicly in More Than 10 Years

File photo: Scott Peterson listens to prosecutor Joseph Distaso respond to defense attorney Mark Geragos' petition for dismissing double murder charges against Peterson January 14, 2004 in Modesto, California. Judge Marie Sovey Silveira denied the petition.

Perseids meteor shower peaks this weekend

There is the solar eclipse coming up on Aug. 21, but before that, there is the annual Perseids meteor shower, which peaks on Aug. 12. Clouds sometimes interfere with viewing the spectacular light show, but this year, smoke is more likely to be the culprit. "With this smoke, we can't tell exactly what is going to be going on on Saturday.

Cal League roundup: Wednesday, August 9

The Lake Elsinore Storm scored three times in the ninth inning to rally to a 6-5 victory over the Inland Empire 66ers at San Manuel Stadium on Wednesday. Austin Allen, who led the Storm with three RBI, started the three-run inning by scoring River Stevens and sending Michael Gettys to second base.

U.S. house ag chairman expects timely farm bill

The U.S. House Agriculture Committee Chairman Mike Conaway said Aug. 8 he expected the 2018 farm bill to be completed on time, echoing sentiments of farm leaders a day earlier at the International Sweetener Symposium in San Diego, California, U.S. "It's time to go to work on getting the next farm bill done," Conaway said. "We're going to get this done on time" so it can be in place Oct. 1, 2018.

Scott Peterson: 'I had no idea' conviction in Laci Peterson murder was coming

Scott Peterson, who was sentenced to death more than 12 years ago for the brutal murder of his wife and unborn son, said in his first public statement about the case in more than a decade that he "had no idea" he would be convicted in Laci and Conner Peterson's death. Peterson, whose murder trial gained nationwide attention, spoke from death row in California for the first time, part of the new A&E docuseries "The Murder of Laci Peterson," which is expected to premiere Aug. 15. "It was just like this amazing, horrible, physical reaction that I had," Peterson is heard saying in the promo for the six-episode special.

Missing Calif. woman survived on bugs, dirty cattle trough

A missing California woman who was found alive Friday in a cattle ranching area after vanishing more than two weeks ago survived by eating a few bugs and drinking from a dirty cattle trough, authorities said. She told rescuers that she did not want to be found.

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Modesto teacher found weeks after crash, disappearance

WEBVTT >> YOU ARE SO LOVED BY SO MANY.COME HOME, JAMIE.REPORTER: WORDS OF LOVE ANDENCOURAGEMENT FROM A COMMUNITYDESPERATE FOR ANSWERS.>> JESUS WOULD LEAVE THE 99SHEEP TO FIND THE ONE LOST.REPORTER: 32-YEAR-OLD JAMIE TULLWAS A KINDERGARTEN TEACHER INMODESTO AND LAST HEARD FROM 5DAYS AGO.MONDAY EVENING SHE CRASHED INRURAL MERCED COUNTY.WHEN FIRST RESPONDERS ARRIVED,SHE WAS GONE.>> EVERY EMOTION IS RUNNINGTHROUGH YOUR MIND.HOPELESS, FRUSTRATED, MAD, SAD.REPORTER: HER FAMILY, INCLUDINGBROTHER AARON, AND FATHER JIMDEVENPORT HAVE SEARCHED EVERYDAY SINCE, ALONG WITH SHERIFF'SDEPUTIES>> IF WE COULD EVER GET ACONFIRMED SIGHTING THEN YOUCOULD REALLY DIRECT A LOT,MASSIVE RESOURCES TO THAT AREA,BUT UNTIL WE GET THAT IT'S SORTOF LIKE THROWING DARTS AT A DARTBOARD.REPORTER: TULL'S FAMILY BELIEVESSHE MAY HAVE BEEN HEADING TOYOSEMITE.SHE'S DIAGNOSED WITH BIPOLARDISORDER, BUT STOPPED TAKING HERMEDICATION ... (more)

Cal League roundup: Wednesday, August 2

The Lake Elsinore Storm split a Cal League doubleheader against the Lancaster JetHawks at The Diamond on Wednesday. The Storm scored four runs in the first to capture the 4-2 win in the second game.

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