An unusual weather pattern has significantly raised the pollution rate in the Central Valley, prompting the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to issue No Burn days and request people restrict their driving to the essentials.
Things at the Turlock Police Department are looking a little blue and, well, a little hairy.
The approaching holiday season is a time of merriment for many, but for some it is also a sad reminder of loved ones who have passed. CovenantCare Hospice hopes to ease that feeling of loss by shining a light of love.
During the winter months, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Merced Counties are plagued by extremely dense fog which poses a severe hazard to drivers. Typically the fog season begins during the month of November and continues through February. Despite this predictable seasonal occurrence, multi-vehicle accidents are commonplace due to the combination of fog, excessive speeds and traffic congestion.
The man killed in a vehicle versus pedestrian collision Thursday in Turlock has been identified by the Stanislaus County Coroner's Office as Khananshoo Safarkaylan, 66, of Turlock.
Bigger is better, at least for Dust Bowl Brewing Company and the citizens of Turlock, they say.
Duane Johnson, the former Turlock Journal press foreman and missionary who recently celebrated his 100th birthday with over 50 friends last month, passed away on Nov. 2, in Turlock.
Name of Business: Ritzy Ragz & Thingz
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words but an invention is worth $2,500, at least for one lucky contestant of the Stanislaus Innovation Challenge.
Regional water reliability, safe drinking water, and clean water programs are set to become more of a reality in California as a result of voter's approval of Proposition 1, or Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014.
Despite fundraising $34,000 less than two months ago through the inaugural Dancing with the Turlock Stars event, the Salvation Army fundraising committee is still bringing in the bucks by breaking fundraising goals for its next event: The fourth annual Kettle Dash.
Poor road conditions are not unique to Turlock because no matter where you travel in the Golden State you're bound to hit a few bumps.
The face of Turlock is getting younger, or at least the faces of its leaders.
The We Care program, which operates a cold weather shelter for homeless men in Turlock, is hosting an open house of their facilities on Thursday.
What can you do in five minutes? If you're like Turlocker Juan Pineda Sanchez, you've got those 350 seconds to pitch your latest invention.
It is time to forget department stores and parking chaos, because fresh and locally grown products can make for the perfect gift for any and everyone during the holiday season.
Karen Anderson got quite a scare Monday afternoon. The south Turlock resident was labeling cans in her kitchen when she heard a "swish, swish" sound and then "a big bang" before her whole house shook. She ran outside to find a giant tree had fallen into her yard, a foot away from hitting her house.
A Turlock teacher is being credited with saving a man's life after pulling him from the cold waters of the Tuolumne River Sunday morning.
Army Pvt. Jared J. McDonald has graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo.
In the meat section of Village Fresh Market there is a laminated paper posted on the back wall with Scandinavian dancers holding a Swedish flag that reads: "Swedish Potato Sausage." While it is unclear how long the paper has been there, Jim Stevens might be the person to ask.
The storm that dropped a deluge of rain on Turlock Thursday night may have felled some trees and caused localized street flooding in multiple areas of town, which kept city crews busy throughout the night, but on the whole left Turlock fairly unscathed, according to city officials.