The Modesto Police Department is thanking social media and an alert Ripon Police officer with helping catch a man suspected of terrorizing a shopping center.
On a sad, rainy Modesto night, Frank Gideon is haunted by his daughter’s words. It seems Yarnell believed she was in danger, and now she’s gone.
A body that was discovered on Friday was identified as Nicholle Yarnell, based on appearance and clothing. Foul play is not suspected.
Deputies in Stanislaus County are investigating the discovery of a body in a pond by two dairy workers on Friday.
Donation dollars for one law enforcement group are gone in Modesto after thieves broke into a vehicle outside the event.
The district says it’s cracking down on power diversions, as they’re known in the industry, that end up costing other customers.
According to the CHP, Jan Pinckney, 69, of Modesto was driving a 2013 Chrysler eastbound on Peatland Road and veered into the westbound lanes. She would hit a 2006 Scion head-on.
For 10-year-old Maurice, the after-school program at this community center is more than just a place to get homework help after school, it’s a safe haven.
Nicholle Yarnell told her little granddaughter that she was running to the store to buy cough syrup for her husband and a few more items. She never came back from that Jan. 10 trip.
After showing a gun, the man said his neighbor ransacked his car, stealing cash. He then walked a few doors down to his house and locked the door.
David Weaver says he doesn’t know how the bible from New York came into his possession 20 years ago.
While the district is tallying what was taken, parents say the burglar made off with pricey teaching tools, including computers, along with toys and video game consoles.