Ceres homeowners say they are losing sleep because of a city construction project where the work on drilling a water well often doesn’t start until close to midnight.
If the bright flood lights weren’t enough to disrupt your sleep, the construction crew says it gets a lot louder when they try to pump a well.
Stanislaus NAACP President Frank Johnson says rumors are swirling about male Ceres public safety department employees putting video cameras under a female worker’s desk and in changing rooms.
The Warehouse Shoe Sales said it needs a sign twice as big as what is allowed, because it doesn’t think potential customers will be able to see it from where it sits from East Hatch Road.
Flames rushed through the building off of Richland Avenue, collapsing the roof. The only way out for Avila and his family was through the second-story bedroom window.
The father would lean down and let his baby go, where she was caught and the couple could leap to safety.
Investigators are asking the family of a man whose body was found in a freezer to come forward.
A Ceres teacher is being called a hero for a life-saving move on a 9-year-old student. The boy was choking when his quick-thinking and trained teacher jumped in.
Officers opened fire on a man at Neel Park Thursday morning, police say.
Detectives say the body is intact, but they don’t know who he is, how long he’s been in there, or how he died.
Police say a property owner made a gruesome discovery Monday: a human body inside a freezer.
The man is described as a white male in his late 20s, early 30s standing between 5 feet, 8 inches and 6 feet tall and weighing between 170 and 230 pounds. One witness described his dirty blond hair as reaching halfway down his back.