A strange tale of a documented male gang member, a road rage incident and a female Ripon police officer came to a head Thursday when news that the man had turned himself in became public.
By JASON CAMPBELL
It takes a lot to put together a fundraiser that pulls in nearly $100,000.
Sometimes just getting your foot in the door is half the battle.
A man believed to have robbed at least three Manteca businesses – the most recent on Dec. 3 – has been arrested in Stanislaus County.
You've all seen them.
David Diskin doesn't want to offend anybody.
When Jennifer Munoz came up with the idea for trying to raise $3,000 to overhaul Santa's Downtown Manteca home, she knew it was going to be a long shot.
LATHROP – It was the last piece of the puzzle.
It's a bird.
All Alfie Galan wants is his wife's dog back.
LATHROP – Omar Ornelas will get another year as Lathrop's Vice Mayor.
A Modesto trio picked the wrong time to try and stage a brazen break-in at Home Depot.
It took four hours before the City of Manteca had its first violent crime of 2014.
Currently only handgun purchases in California require entry into a database that tracks detailed information about the gun and the purchaser.
A water war is about to erupt on the Stanislaus River.
So how big of a deal is it that Lathrop has landed one of the hottest – and arguably forward-thinking – companies in America?
It's a business at the forefront of the movement towards fossil fuel-free transportation.
Zachariah Gomez Hernandez smiled.
Just over a month ago the Sleepy Hollow Mobile Home Park was busting at the seams with squatters.
LATHROP – It took eight years before Lathrop's Well 21 – constructed to serve the Mossdale and River Islands developments – was considered safe enough to bring online to augment the city's water system.
How much is a decorative archway worth?
For Noah Ledesma the practice was the same.
They came in droves.
LATHROP – All that Lathrop needs is the green light.
Zacharie Arteaga got an unexpected surprise when he walked out of a friend's house in Lathrop on Friday afternoon – a greeting by the Manteca Police street crimes unit and a pair of handcuffs.
In nearly three decades Shiloh Foust has never had to worry about missing a season.
For the dozens of people that are flooding into a converted movie theater in Downtown Stockton, it's a seemingly average Saturday night.
East Union High graduate Andrew Bell has become a permanent fixture in the Sacramento hip-hop scene since moving to the State Capital from the Bay Area several years ago.
LATHROP – It's not as simple as looking at a picture and giving it the thumbs up.