Merced County Sheriff's deputies raided two Delhi homes after receiving tips they were being used as sites to grow marijuana.
A man who spotted a woman riding his stolen bicycle Thursday afternoon also ended up in trouble with law enforcement after brandishing a knife at the suspected thief.
The friendship between two Turlock men likely took a hit Wednesday when one man, while trying to avoid arrest, inadvertently led police officers to his friend's garage, where hundreds of marijuana plants were being grown.
When the Turlock American Little League opens its season March 1, it could be standing room only.
Turlock Police detectives are looking for a third suspect in the fatal shooting of Amripal Sandhu in Turlock on Nov. 6, 2013.
Two masked men, one of whom was armed with a gun, broke into a Turlock home Friday night, but fled empty-handed when the resident fought them off.
Turlock Police officers arrested a 19-year-old man on a vandalism charge after he was seen spray-painting near a bus stop.
Motorists traveling along W. Monte Vista Avenue Wednesday afternoon were greeted with the site of a naked man.
Residents of Joett Drive had their quiet evening interrupted when a strange man started pounding on their door and demanded to be let in.
A man caught in the act of burglarizing a Turlock residence was arrested Tuesday after fighting and running from Turlock Police officers twice.
Turlock Police officers arrested three men Monday on various weapon charges stemming from three different reports of suspicious individuals.
A Delhi father is facing possible criminal charges after allegations arose that he was providing marijuana for his teen daughters to sell.
A 33-year-old man and a teenager were arrested Thursday in connection with an armed robbery in Turlock.
A Turlock man has been convicted on multiple robbery charges and has been sentenced to spend the next two decades in prison.
The Merced County District Attorney's Office has decided to not file criminal charges against a Winton family implicated in the death of a Turlock man.
A coordinated effort between multiple law enforcement agencies Friday night resulted in the dismantling of an unsanctioned quasi car show setting up in a parking lot of a Turlock grocer, and saw dozens cited for multiple infractions.
Local law enforcement is warning that the ringing telephone may be a harbinger of some crooked cons trying to weasel into people's wallets.
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department is investigating the gunshot deaths of two local men in the county.