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  • Hit and Run Boat Crash Kills Woman, Injures Five
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    SKI BEACH - A boat crash Saturday evening on the Delta waterways claimed the life of a young woman and sent five others to hospitals. The crash happened at about 7:15pm near Ski Beach close to Woodward Island. The area is a popular destination for boaters a couple miles north… Read more »
  • Fire Damages South Modesto Home
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    MODESTO - Fire crews responded to a fire at a home that caused serious damage Saturday afternoon. The Fire was dispatched shortly before 4:15pm on the 2000 block of Mt. McKinley Court. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});   Arriving firefighters encountered heavy fire… Read more »
  • Authorities Investigate Double Shooting At Dairy
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    STANISLAUS COUNTY - Authorities investigated a shooting at a dairy that injured two men Thursday night. Deputies with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of the shooting at the dairy on the 2300 block of West Fulkerth Road at about 9:52pm.  {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||… Read more »
  • Fatal Shooting Investigated at Party
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    MERCED - Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of a man at a party that occurred Saturday night. The incident happened on the 14000 block of Greenhouse Road. According to the Merced County Sheriff’s Office, an argument broke out at the party. A 48 year old man stabbed a person… Read more »
  • Fire Crews Battle Flames in Lodi
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    LODI - Fire crews battled a fire at a warehouse late Thursday night. At about 11:50pm, firefighters with the Lodi Fire Department responded to a report of a fire near the 600 block of East Lockeford Street. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Arriving… Read more »
  • Suspicious Death Investigated in Merced County
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    PLANADA - Authorities investigated the death of a man Thursday morning that was considered suspicious. The man was found in the area of Ivett Road and Childs Avenue in the township of Planada. Officials did not release a cause of death or any further details, only noting that the man… Read more »
  • Man Who Shot Sheriff Sergeant Captured
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    PASO ROBLES - Authorities have captured a man who shot a Merced County Sheriff Deputy in the chest Wednesday afternoon after a pursuit. Guadalupe Lopez-Herrera was captured by multiple agencies in the Paso Robles area after authorities used a used a spike strip to disable the truck he was driving.… Read more »
  • Police Arrest Homicide Suspect
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    MODESTO - Police arrested a homicide suspect Thursday morning, officials say. The suspect and a weapon were located Thursday morning at a mobile home park on Yosemite Boulevard. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});   Officials at the scene confirmed the suspect was wanted… Read more »
  • Merced Deputy Shot, Suspect on the Run
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    DOS PALOS - A Merced County Deputy was wounded during a shooting, and the suspect is on the run. Authorities with the Merced County Sheriff’s Office say a Deputy was shot during a confrontation with a suspect, but is expected to survive. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (adsbygoogle… Read more »
  • 33 Missing Off California Coast During Boat Fire
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    SANTA BARBARA - A fire that caused a dive boat to sink overnight off the coast of California has left as many as 33 people missing, officials say. Authorities say a distress call was received on an emergency channel at about 3:30am near Santa Cruz Island. The report indicated a… Read more »

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Unplugged View – Band of Brothers

Unplugged View – Band of Brothers

Unplugged View By Aaron Rowan Band Of Brothers “The dream world of sleep and the dream world of music are not far apart.” – Linda Ronstadt. I called up Linda’s nephew Michael G. Ronstadt some years back to talk details of a concert I was soon to host with his family band. I’m normally a […]

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BargainView – Step into Festival Fall

BargainView – Step into Festival Fall

Bargain View By Monica Barber Step into Festival Fall It is the time of year when the colors of the day begin to change, school is back in session and the city seems a bit quieter than the bustle of the summer months. The season of fall brings the excitement of change and with that […]

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Jazz&BluesView

Jazz&BluesView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this Alright turned 62 years young this August, celebrated with my Blue Monday Band with Barry Finnerty Jazz guitarist from Miles Davis with catered New Orleans food; Gumbo, Crab cakes, Tri Tip, wings and more in my home town house of Bezerkeley California. You […]

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ArtView – Dog Days of Summer

ArtView – Dog Days of Summer

Art View –The Dog Days of Summer By Jim Christiansen It’s the Dog Days of Summer, even if billed as the Central California Art Association Autumn Art Festival, and artist Eva Hass making the best of it, with “Dog in Yellow Sweater” as the Best of Show Award at Mistlin Gallery. Chella won four awards […]

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BigView – Vintage for the Future

BigView – Vintage for the Future

The BigView Vintage for the Future History and Civic Pride 101 History is for the young? Why, you say? It’s all part of civic pride and you don’t have to be old or retired appreciate the history of where you live or where you go. In fact, the earlier people learn about their city, the […]

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ChefView – Food Fix Fabulous

ChefView – Food Fix Fabulous

Food Fix Fabulous By Chris Murphy There is a new star on 11th St. When we say star we mean “star”. The great people of Modesto always knew that the food Fix Truck operated by Hank and Ashley Olson is one of our local treasures. Then they were sampled by Chef Alton Brown and then […]

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Go DoMo! – Jason Lytle & Virgil Shaw – Sept 6

Go DoMo! – Jason Lytle & Virgil Shaw – Sept 6

Go Downtown Modesto Jason Lytle & Virgil Shaw Music in the Plaza and DoMo1st Friday Market This event will be magic. Grandaddy frontman and songwriter Jason Lytle will be performing at Music in the Plaza in conjunction with the DoMo First Fridays on September 6 at 7 pm. This is a show you will not […]

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HealthView  – Let’s Walk!

HealthView – Let’s Walk!

HealthView By Chris Murphy HeartView I am so very excited for the American Heart Association Heart Walk on September 14. We have put together a full team at Sierra Pacific Warehouse Group and with the ModestoView Crew. We are “Handle Heart with Care” and we hope you can help us meet our goal. I fell […]

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FridayNightView

FridayNightView

Friday Night Lights By Chris Murphy Are you ready for some football? We are. High school football is so fun, the games the stadium, the bands, the food and the fun. This season, we have teamed up with our friends at KAT Country 103, Modesto Toyota, SCOE to present our Friday Night Lights Showcase. Our […]

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MAMAView: Celebrating 20

MAMAView: Celebrating 20

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BluesView: Hello Blues Fans

BluesView: Hello Blues Fans

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PerformingView – Exciting New Seasons

PerformingView – Exciting New Seasons

PerformingView By Kaye Osborn Did you know that many of our local performing arts present a full season with a wide variety of shows. Have you ever considered being a season subscriber? It’s a great way to secure your coveted tickets plus save money. Many theater groups offer season tickets. You can chose the dates […]

GoDowntown Modesto – 9/11 Memorial

GoDowntown Modesto – 9/11 Memorial

9-11 Remembrance September 11 is a date that everyone remembers. Today, we remember and think about what our community needs. We support and remember those that lost their lives and loved ones, and the first responders that gave their lives to save people. We also remember that we have to remove the hate in this […]

GreetingsView – What month is this already?

GreetingsView – What month is this already?

Greetings Friends, Happy August! What? It’s September? How did that happen? Well, the good news is that when time is going as fast as it is, that means that there is so much going on that the time space continuum that we call Modesto USA is rockin’ and rollin’. The even better part is that […]

Go Modesto – Senior Stride

Go Modesto – Senior Stride

Go Modesto Experience an invigorating morning of fun and fellowship with a beautiful 1.5-mile and 3-mile course at the Modesto Rotary Senior Stride. You can stroll, stride or power-walk and there are no times kept. Pets and strollers welcome (will follow walkers) Tote bags and t-shirts for the first 300 registered walkers. Quake Mobile DJ […]