The discovery of a methamphetamine lab dump in Hilmar on Monday led to the arrest of two Stevinson men on Tuesday.
A wig-wearing bank robber suspected of targeting banks up and down the Central Valley struck at a Turlock location Thursday morning.
The Merced County Sheriff's Department is searching for information that will lead to the capture of five men who committed a home invasion robbery in Delhi.
A man who exposed himself outside a Turlock hotel and gave a phony name to law enforcement was sentenced to state prison for five years.
A Turlock broker who bilked dozens of victims out of thousands of dollars through investment schemes and stole the personal identification information of friends, associates, and even family members, is headed to state prison.
This is the second article in a three-part series on gangs.
A weight discrepancy involving narcotics sent for analysis at the state crime lab in Ripon has launched a full-scale investigation by the California Department of Justice and put thousands of cases in multiple jurisdictions in jeopardy.
Two teenagers were assaulted and robbed Sunday morning while they walked through Donnelly Park.
For the second time in less than a week Turlock residents were held captive while their home was ransacked by a pair of thieves.
Stanislaus County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a home invasion robbery that occurred in the early morning hours of Thursday at a Denair ranch.
This is the first in a three-part series on gangs in Turlock.
A 77-year-old woman was kept hostage by two men after she interrupted a burglary at her Turlock home.
The Modesto/Stanislaus NAACP in conjunction with the Modesto Police Department, Stanislaus County Behavioral Health Services, Stanislaus County District Attorney, and the National Alliance for Mental Illness, will present a community information program about working with the mentally ill in a law enforcement capacity.
A prank seen on YouTube involving an exploding soda bottle went horribly awry for three teenagers when they re-created the stunt and it injured a 66-year-old Turlock man and prompted a bomb scare in a normally serene Turlock neighborhood.
Turlock police detectives arrested the two men suspected of beating and robbing a 39-year-old man and then locking him in the trunk of a car for hours on March 27.
A missed stop sign at a Hilmar intersection led to a collision Friday night that claimed the lives of two individuals and critically injured a third, the California Highway Patrol reported.
Six years to the day that Mark Henson lost his life in a Turlock neighborhood, a Stanislaus County jury began hearing evidence to determine if Nicholas Harris was sane or not when he stabbed the 25-year-old man.