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About: modesto, california

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
Gilbert: The wall that heals

The Vietnam Moving Wall returns to Stockton on Thursday, bringing with it an opportunity to remember, and honor, those who were sacrificed in that war. Maes, 69, was drafted at age 18 out of Franklin High School, sent to Vietnam at 19, and his first day there in April 1968, transported by helicopter to join the Army's A Company, First battalion, 27th infantry.

Man Arrested in Deaths of Wife, Two Children Inside Modesto Home

A man was arrested Wednesday in connection to the deaths of his wife and two children inside their Modesto home, according to the Modesto Police Department. Oscar Espinoza, 28, was released from the hospital Wednesday and booked into the Stanislaus County Jail on three counts of murder.

ADVERTISING: Another insight on PSFK for Members

High school student Hannah Hightman was looking for a way to make her 2017 yearbook one to remember, while also staying under budget, when she looked to the stars. The seventeen-year-old's idea to include yearbook photos of celebrities among her classmates was rejected by her own school in Modesto, California, but accepted by nearby Bear Creek, where her mother teaches.

News of Record for June 21, 2017

11:34 a.m., trespass/loiter - A man threatened to beat up a store employee at a Restano Way business. 4:32 p.m., public peace, fight, disorderly conduct - A man on South Green Street yelled at someone over the phone.

With New Video, Grandaddy Finds Humor In Grief

Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle has always been more comfortable with machines than people. It's a dynamic he's well-documented, and even romanticized, in his work, with tales of misfit characters and their troubled relationships with everything from robots to appliances.

Two shot at auto parts store in northwest Fresno

Sometimes plans don't work out as intended. Take a look at some would-be criminals who could have used a practice run or two.

AceForward community meetings

Tonight in Santa Clara Monday June 19th, and later this week in Fremont and Livermore, the Altamont Commuter Express team is hosting community open houses discussing the Environmental Impact Report for their ACEForward plan. The comment deadline for the EIR is 60 days after May 31, so the end of July.

Sweets for beating the heat

It's summer, it's hot and you've somehow exhausted your palate for ice cream. Or maybe you're looking for a more refreshing option, without the heavy cream and egg yolks.

Three people, including two children, found dead inside central Modesto home

Three people were found dead inside a Modesto, California home on Saturday, June 17, 2017. The deceased included two children.

Modesto man sets underpants on fire, prompts Walgreens evacuation

A Modesto Walgreens was briefly evacuated on Saturday morning after a man set his underpants on fire in the store's bathroom. 45-year-old Andrew Cheadle told Modesto police that he had an accident, and when he could not remove his underwear, he attempted to use a lighter to burn them off, reports the Modesto Bee .

Cal League roundup: Friday, June 16

Kyle Overstreet hit a three-run double in the bottom of the eighth, leading Lake Elsinore to a 3-0 win over the Stockton Ports at The Diamond on Friday. Trevor Frank earned the win as he tossed two innings, struck out one and allowed one hit.

Sweets for beating the heat

It's summer, it's hot and you've somehow exhausted your palate for ice cream. Or maybe you're looking for a more refreshing option, without the heavy cream and egg yolks.

Weekend Read: The Story of Star Wars - How a Modern Myth Was Made

The shoot had been a nightmare. The cast and crew derided the work, dismissing Star Wars as a "kid's film"-and not a very good kid's film, either.

News of Record for June 15, 2017

11:03 a.m., threats - A man in front of an Old Wards Ferry Road business was threatened by his nephew, who asked if he was scared and then said, "I'm like a virus, I'm never going away." 10:19 a.m., Jamestown - A wallet was stolen from a boat while a person was inside an O'Byrnes Ferry Road business.

Campus conversation: Maggie White, California State University student trustee

Maggie White speaks as the incoming president of the California State Student Assn. For two years, Maggie White has been delivering impassioned speeches as a student appointee on California State University 's board of trustees.

Police logs: June 10, 2017

The following information is compiled from Red Bluff Police Department, Red Bluff Fire, Tehama County Sheriff's Department, Corning Police Department, Corning Fire, Cal Fire and California Highway Patrol logs. Krystal Elizabeth Chavez: 28, of Red Bluff was arrested and booked into Tehama County Jail Thursday on the charge of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant.

Albuquerque Tops Modesto as U.S. Car-Theft Capital: Chart

Albuquerque, New Mexico, surpassed Modesto, California, to become the U.S. metropolitan area with the highest per-capita rate of vehicle thefts last year, according to a report Thursday from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Modesto fell to fourth behind Pueblo, Colorado, at second and Bakersfield, California, at third.

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