A Turlock woman was killed early Sunday morning in an auto accident on Highway 99 in Fresno that also injured three others.
The final tally for the Avoid the 12 holiday drunk driving crackdown is 146 arrests.
The new year got off to a bloody and busy start for the Turlock Police department with three large fights reported over the first two days of 2010.
It will come as no surprise to the thousands of victims to learn that burglaries are on the rise in Turlock.
For the second time a vacant Turlock home has been the scene of a suspicious fire.
A Ceres man was killed in a solo vehicle crash Christmas morning along a stretch of country road just outside of Turlock.
An accident that involved a car crashing through a garage sent an elderly woman to the hospital with minor injuries and caused a jolt of electricity to pass through a good Samaritan who came to her aid.
A holiday crackdown on drunk driving resulted in more than 100 arrests for driving under the influence through Monday night.
A Stanislaus County Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday that there is enough evidence present to hold a 20-year-old woman over on charges that she murdered her newborn daughter and left it wrapped in a plastic bag inside a Dumpster behind a Turlock grocery store.
A fingerprint database has failed to turn up any leads on the identity of a woman who was struck and killed on a stretch of railroad tracks in Turlock Tuesday morning.
The Chinese calendar may have declared 2010 as the year of the tiger, but in California it will be "the year of the checkpoint."
Police officers and other emergency personnel were greeted with the grisly aftermath of a woman's death on a stretch of railroad tracks in Turlock Tuesday morning. The Turlock Police Department is investigating the death as an apparent suicide.
A Modesto man was killed on Highway 99 near a Turlock rest stop Thursday morning in what the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department deemed an apparent suicide.
A 20-year-old man was wounded in the leg when gunfire broke out on a Turlock street.
Two of three residential fires reported in Turlock over the last week have suspicious origins and are under investigation by the Turlock City Fire Department.
A 17-year-old Turlock High School student was arrested Thursday morning on allegations he tried to hurt an individual with a chair.
The Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force discovered a chop shop and a marijuana grow after arresting two men in a stolen vehicle.