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Hundreds of Stanislaus County’s Homeless to Move Into Tents Under Modesto Bridge
MODESTO -- Some of Stanislaus County's 1,600 homeless will transition into new tents in Modesto Wednesday morning. Eventually, 300 tents will fill up space under the 9th Street bridge. One hundred and twenty of them were already in place Tuesday.
Trump Plans to Cancel $929 Million for California Bullet Train, Wants State to Pay Back $2.5 Billion
The Trump administration said Tuesday that it plans to cancel $929 million awarded to California's high-speed rail project and wants the state to return an additional $2.5 billion that it has already spent.
Victim of fatal shooting outside Modesto bar identified
Police have identified the man shot and killed outside a north Modesto bar and billiards hall Sunday night as Thomas Hinchman, 22. The shooting was reported about 9 p.m. at the CR2 Bar and Billiards in a strip mall on the southeast corner of Oakdale Road and Sylvan Avenue.
Experts say rare mega-storm to hit California will be 3 times as damaging as San Andreas earthquake
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A warning for California: get ready for the "other big one." That's what scientists are calling the rare mega-storm, which is predicted to cause three times as much damage as a major earthquake that would hit along the San Andreas Fault.
California lawmaker proposes building new lanes on 2 major highways with no speed limit
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - A California lawmaker wants to build new lanes on two highways -- with no speed limit. Senator John Moorlach says it's all in an effort to cut back on air pollution and greenhouse gases.
Three juries return guilty verdicts in rape case
STOCKTON — Three juries returned guilty verdicts against three young men in a sexual assault case where a female University of the Pacific student was carjacked, kidnapped and repeatedly raped over the course of one evening in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties in June 2017.
Girl Scout cookie fans in Stanislaus County: Your day has arrived
It’s Girl Scout cookie time, Stanislaus County. For the third straight year the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California have held the Mega Cookie Drop at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds. Area troop leaders, parents and Scouts picked up 255,000 packages of cookies for distribution. Volunteers, staf
3 men shot dead at California home in upscale, gated community; homicide investigation launched
Authorities are investigating the deaths of three men who were shot and killed inside a California home located in a gated community Monday. Los Angeles fire officials discovered the men’s bodies inside the Porter Ranch house after someone “associated with the people inside the house” called 911 and
New California bill could eliminate speed limit on I-5, Highway 99
A new bill proposed by a Southern California senator could eliminate the speed limit on lanes of Interstate-5 and Highway 99. Senator John Moorlach (R-Orange County) introduced the bill Feb. 15. It proposes the construction of two additional northbound and southbound lanes to I-5 and Highway 99 and
Two Injured in Separate Downtown Modesto Shootings
MODESTO -- Two separate shootings late Sunday and early Monday in downtown Modesto injured two people and damaged storefronts. Police said both incidents took place within hours of each other. The first was at J and 10th streets around 11:30 p.m.
Papa Nino’s now open as newest Manteca pizzeria
Elias Nino enjoys seeing familiar faces at his new pizzeria, sitting around while engaged in conversation. That’s part of the reason for opening Papa Nino’s in Manteca at the corner of Cottage and East Louise Avenue – former home to the Eight Dollar Pizza Truck.
18 trillion gallons of rain in California in February — and more on the way
California has already received an 18-trillion-gallon soaking this month — enough water to fill 27 million Olympic-sized pools — and the state’s wild winter isn’t over yet.
Bitter cold blankets Southern California, with a new storm just around the corner
Southern California went from very wet to very cold Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service had issued a freeze warning for parts of the Southland, and near-freezing temperatures were recorded across the region.
Federal tax changes could be why California’s budget is more than $2 billion below projections
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s hopes for a record-setting tax revenue windfall this year could depend on whether California’s wealthiest residents are simply waiting until the last moment to pay up — a reaction to the 2017 federal tax changes championed by President Trump.
Officials Preparing To Relocate Hundreds Of Homeless People
MODESTO (CBS13) — Officials are getting closer to relocating hundreds of homeless people from a park in Modesto to a new location not too far away. Workers began putting temporary housing underneath the 9th Street Bridge Monday.
Sixteen rescued from SeaWorld ride hanging over a California bay
Sixteen people were trapped for about four hours in gondolas hanging over a California bay on a chilly Monday night at SeaWorld San Diego after wind gusts tripped an electric circuit breaker, officials said.
California’s Supreme Court has thrown cities — and citizens — into chaos over local taxes
The California Supreme Court has some explaining to do. Late last year, the city of Oakland put a new land parcel tax on the books, after 62 percent of voters turned out to boost funding for public education. Now a local business group is suing the city, arguing that the new tax needed two-thirds of
Modesto will get more rain, snow in its watershed. How do they compare with 2017?
Yet another cold storm Wednesday could bring light rain to Modesto and low-elevation snow to an already-blanketed Sierra Nevada. As wet as this winter seems, it has a long way to go before matching what happened two years ago: The watersheds of the Tuolumne and Stanislaus rivers both had record runo
California woman charged with animal cruelty after allegedly dragging dog while riding scooter
A woman in California was charged with animal abuse after surveillance video caught her allegedly dragging a dog while she rode on an electric scooter. Elaine Rosa allegedly dragged the small animal by its leash through a Bakersfield neighborhood on Jan. 6. A passerby, Brandon Sanders, took to Faceb
California’s felony murder law repealed? Maybe not
Two young men drive up to a small corner grocery store in an inner city neighborhood and the driver remains at the wheel while his masked partner runs into the store, gun in hand, to commit a robbery.