Turlock residents Colby Browning and Kaze Villarial don't consider themselves heroes. They consider themselves fortunate - fortunate in that they were in the right place at the right time to save a man's life.
Veterans and current active duty military members will have free admission to California State Parks on Monday, Memorial Day, as a result of Assemblymember Kristin Olsen's bill, AB 150, which was signed by Governor Brown last year.
May 23, 2014|
Locals seeking employment can rest assured that their odds of attaining a job are increasing as several sectors in the San Joaquin Valley are growing and employing more people, despite a slight decrease in wages.
Diabetes is having a major impact on health care in California, accounting for a third of all hospitalizations in the state and amounting to an extra $1.6 billion annually in costs, according to a recently released health report.
Mayor John Lazar's vision of having Turlock become the "Silicon Valley of Food Processing" may soon turn into a reality, as two new large food processing factories have started the process to build in Turlock's Regional Industrial Park.
Old Glory will look just a little more glorious this weekend as the hundreds of American flags that line the path through Turlock Memorial Park in honor of the community's fallen service members have been given new life, thanks to the Adopt a Flag campaign.
An economic study conducted at University of California, Davis is estimating a $1.67 billion loss to agriculture and ag-related industries in the Central Valley due to the recent drought, resulting in a $3.4 billion hit to the state's economy, and a ripple effect throughout all segments of the state.
This Memorial Day holiday is expected to bring out the second highest number of travelers since 2005, and the highest increase since the recession of 2008, according to AAA's latest holiday travel forecast.
May 20, 2014|