Members of the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office Special Weapons and Tactics Team recently participated in a multi-agency training exercise designed to challenge the skills, knowledge and abilities of tactical teams. Hosted by Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern and organized with the assistance of federal, state and local public safety partnerships, Urban Shield brought together 31 teams from all over California, the United States, Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan. Urban Shield is a one-of-a-kind multi-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional full scale exercise designed to assess the ability of the region to effectively respond to a large scale, man-made and/or natural disaster.
The Modesto Police Department K-9 Unit will host the 29th Annual K-9 trials on from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. The competition will be held at Tuolumne River Regional Park, located at 1198 Tioga Dr., in Modesto.
A Denair man was among four individuals arrested in Mendocino for exceeding an abalone limit.
A 21-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy were arrested Tuesday night for a robbery at a Turlock Jack in the Box.
The preliminary hearing for a Delhi man accused of shooting to death his son is slated to begin mid-November.
Sibling rivalry took a violent turn Wednesday in Delhi when a man caused a vehicle to crash through his brother's home, trapping him in the rubble for nearly a half hour, the Merced County Sheriff's Department reported.
A 10-year-old boy was returned safely to his grandparents and his mother is facing a kidnapping charge after police found the child hidden in her home.
The Turlock Police Department has identified a suspect in an early morning shooting that wounded two.
The state Attorney General's Office issued a consumer alert with tips on how Californians can make safe, informed donations this October, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A Planada man, who allegedly bilked more than $180,000 from the Internal Revenue Service with phony tax returns, is facing multiple counts of mail fraud, according to the Department of Justice.
A Turlock woman worried she would be apprehended for shoplifting, fled the department store she was in, leaving behind the two young children in her company.
The homecoming festivities planned for Delhi High School on Friday never got off the ground because a shooting in a nearby orchard prompted a campus-wide lockdown.
Due to the increase in the number of traffic collisions caused by drivers illegally using cell phones, Central Valley CHP areas and local law enforcement agencies will be focusing their enforcement on the Valley's roadways during this week.
Karina S. Beard, 44, of Turlock, pleaded guilty to four counts of mail fraud and two counts of federal Workers' Compensation fraud.
United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced that James Alva Kirkpatrick, 59, of Turlock, pleaded guilty today to theft of Social Security disability insurance benefits.
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.