LATHROP – Just who does cook the best chicken and ribs in Lathrop?
LATHROP – Gene Neely is nervous.
Joey Rohles didn't quite know what to think when he heard about the second evacuation order that had been given to residents in Minot, North Dakota.
Kenneth Beckerdite isn't your normal 19-year-old.
Rick Mariscal was thrilled when he found out that he was getting an extra day off from work to start a three-day weekend.
Paul Flores stays plugged in to his Native American heritage.
Foreclosures, 14 percent unemployment, and $500 boxes of fireworks, oh my!
Kennedy Cunningham loves everything about the Girl Scouts.
Steve Hauber loves the recent weather.
One of the nation's leading authorities on nutrition is impressed with Manteca Unified School District's food services.
LATHROP - Looking to score some Platinum Purple or some Skywalker OG Kush?
Gary Vaughn feels like he's hit the jackpot before he even pulled the lever.
LATHROP – What will happen with the upkeep of Woodfield Estates Park?
LATHROP – Chris Lawrence and the Lathrop Senior Advisor Commission are once again throwing down the barbecue gauntlet.
LATHROP - Four Lathrop-Manteca firefighters have been given their walking papers.
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Rich Silverman has put his money where his mouth is when it comes to saving water.
Shamir Griffin is a firm believer in the preservation of one's culture.
Milkshakes are kind of like pizza – even when they're not very good, you're still drinking a milkshake.
MODESTO – There's a special relationship between Modesto and the milkshake.
The Dance Stars are going to "rock the boat."
For nearly 40 years the Three Rivers Indian Lodge has been providing a valuable service to the Native American community.
Lathrop and Manteca have already done the preliminary work to ensure they're in compliance with the state's 200-year-flood levee improvement project.
The recall attempt against a pair of Manteca Unified School District trustees has gained national attention.
It has been five years since the Manteca High School Athletic Boosters last had a fireworks booth.
For nearly four decades the Three Rivers Indian Lodge has turned its rural Manteca complex into the place to be for Native Americans from throughout the West on Fourth of July weekend.
Want to catch a fireworks show before the actual Fourth of July weekend?
Fireworks shows are awesome.
MODESTO – For 140 years Modesto has celebrated 4th of July with a parade through the streets of downtown.
The stories come all too frequently.
Cecily Ballungay smiled as she chatted with elected officials, developers and the titans of Manteca's businesses community beneath a shade structure at the Matthews home at Delicato winery.
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