The California State University, Stanislaus staging of "Debris," an unflinching drama dealing with the consequences of lifelong abuse, has been selected for a performance in the national spotlight.
The new Chief Executive Officer of Merced County Superior Court is Linda Romero Soles, a former Turlock resident.
The Merced County Sheriff's Department is searching for the man who tried to steal copper wiring from a Ballico farm.
The Turlock Police Department and Stanislaus State University Police are providing Rape Aggression Defense training to women in Turlock. The training is offered at no cost to the public. The 12-hour course is broken up into two sessions over a period of two weeks.
The Turlock Police and Fire Pipe Band won first place at the recently held Bakersfield Highland Games Band competition.
A chain-reaction of crashes on Highway 99 in Turlock injured one and slowed traffic down for a short time Tuesday afternoon.
Two mothers sat on opposite sides of a courtroom. One was waiting for justice for her slain son and the other was waiting to hear if her two sons would ever know freedom again.
After five weeks of testimony and a day of listening to closing arguments, the fate of two Turlock men accused of gunning down a 26-year-old man with aspirations of rap stardom, is inching closer to being in the hands of 12 jurors.
The Turlock Police Department is seeking the man responsible for a bank robbery and launching a bomb scare.
The Patterson woman who is standing accused of hitting a bicyclist while driving on a Turlock road and leaving him mortally wounded, was issued another traffic citation March 25, just five days before her last court appearance.
A federal grand jury has returned an indictment against a Turlock woman suspected of committing multiple acts of mail and workers' compensation fraud while employed as a postal worker, according to the Department of Justice.
A going away party in Hilmar for a man joining the military was crashed by suspected gang members and escalated into a large brawl that injured several and resulted in four arrests.
The songs and sounds of the Alps will be ringing out loud and clear when the San Joaquin Valley Swiss Club stages their annual spring concert Saturday.
A Merced County jury has returned a guilty verdict for a man who authorities say stabbed to death a married couple after living with them for three years.
The Modesto Police Department has arrested one of their own police officers on several felony charges following an internal investigation.
A 43-year-old man was seriously injured Tuesday morning at a hay processing plant in Delhi when he accidentally triggered a piece of machinery that mistook him for a bale of hay.
A 12-year-old Turlock boy who had been missing since Monday afternoon was found safe at a home in Ceres.
The body of one of the three missing Yosemite hikers was found Friday.
A recent graduate and wrestling standout at Hilmar High School was critically injured Monday morning in a crash on Highway 99.
Three children walking along a dark country road in Delhi were struck by a vehicle, resulting in fatal injuries for a young girl.
The practice of loading up on vegetables, fruits, nuts, and other homemade edibles at farmers' markets is gaining momentum both locally and nationally, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A salmonella outbreak linked to an Arkansas meat processing firm has prompted a massive voluntary recall effort of ground turkey products.
The California Highway Patrol is asking residents to sign up for a free service that will deliver Amber Alerts to cell phones via text messages.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating a stabbing that happened shortly before 9 p.m. Wednesday.
A 32-year-old Turlock man is recovering from stab wounds he sustained during an attack and his acquaintance is facing an attempted murder charge, the Turlock Police Department reported.
Residents all across Turlock turned on their porch lights, locked their front doors and joined their neighbors for National Night Out on Tuesday. Neighborhoods across the city held block parties and were visited by police and fire department officials.
Contract negotiations between the city and the Turlock Association of Peace Officers that just a few weeks prior seemed in jeopardy of breaking down, reached a successful conclusion Tuesday night with the City Council ratifying the newly struck deal in a unanimous vote.
The Turlock Police Department is still seeking information as to the whereabouts of a teenage girl not seen since April.
Union Pacific Railroad will be performing track maintenance on the section of railroad between Main Street and Olive Avenue, closing the intersections from Tuesday to Thursday.
The Turlock Police Department is encouraging people to take to the streets Tuesday and get to know their neighbors as part of the National Night Out celebration.