Bill Cosby was greeted inside the Turlock Community Theatre with applause and cheers from a packed auditorium.
About 100 people chanting “Rape is not a joke!” and “No means no!” protested outside a theater in Denver before comedian Bill Cosby took the stage on Saturday.
The show sold out in August before the new allegations emerged, but the Turlock Community Theater says only a few people have tried to return tickets to the Jan. 18 show.
A Turlock middle school teacher is being hailed a hero for rescuing a dying man from the Tuolumne River. But this isn’t the first time this science and math instructor has saved a life.
Federal prosecutors say a Northern California man has been convicted for a second time on child pornography charges.
The woman told Turlock Police she was sitting on a park bench when her attacker approached from behind with a knife at about midnight on Sunday.
Three children and their babysitter are recovering after they were hit by a car in a crosswalk. The accident happened as they were crossing West Main Street in Turlock at around 6 p.m.
Seventh grader Kayla Gillman said she loves math, but finds the class at Turlock Junior High School not challenging enough. “I like learning, because you’re going to use it in the real world, so might as well learn it now instead of later,” said Gillman.
Stanislaus county sheriff’s deputies are searching for a mountain lion — seen at least twice over the weekend in Turlock.
School officials believe a Pitman High School student posted the picture of a woman, who is naked from the waist up, onto Twitter on Tuesday. Then, other students started commenting on the photo and sharing it saying it was of their English teachers. The photo then went beyond the school campus.
Police in Turlock are telling some residents to stay indoors after a mountain lion was seen wandering city streets over the weekend.
Instead of donating items, Esteban Miranda buys things he thinks will sell.