Could a surge of partially treated wastewater – essentially raw sewage – be soon coming down the San Joaquin River?
Frank Teixeira was doing what he always does at 6 a.m. on Wednesday – cutting meat and making sure that everything is ready for a day of serving customers at Fagundes Meats and Catering – when local business owner James Rogers walked into his shop.
The evacuation order for the areas south of Woodward Avenue and west of S. Airport Way has been lifted.
For a short while on Wednesday Airport Way was closed to traffic in both directions at Division Road as crews moved equipment from one trouble spot another.
When Mike Kelly started working to help get homeless people off Manteca's streets, he started a logbook.
In the end, it wasn't a state agency that saved the day and kept a section of the levee behind Hays Road from blowing wide open and flooding the homes hundreds of residents south of Manteca
They say that farmers can patch anything.
It is coming.
As fears of flooding along the San Joaquin River mount, the City of Lathrop has issued a bulletin to residents to explain the situation that they're facing and quell any fears that may be building.
It's not exactly a destination that people from around the country and the world are flocking to on vacation.
With the commercial and light industrial growth expected in the area, the Yosemite Avenue/GuthmillerRoad exit off the 120 Bypass is going to be seeing a sharp increase in traffic.
Is it all a cash grab gone terribly wrong?
Tony Cardoza sits in his pickup truck on a levee in South Manteca and looks out of the swollen San Joaquin River that has completely engulfed one of his fields.
If anybody wants to know how serious the threat of flood is from the levees of the San Joaquin River is to those who live and work near it, they only need to look as far as South Manteca.
LATHROP – There is 10,887 cubic feet of water per second flowing into Don Pedro Reservoir.
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It was supposed to be the people of Del Webb who were upset about the idea of adding a three-story apartment complex to the north ...
Last year Lathrop Manteca Firefighters responded to 16 overdose calls and 37 allergic reactions.
As a Manteca High School graduate, Steve Winter had a different perspective than most who came to teach at Manteca High School.
Mike Kelly works hard at his job.
Art Mathis knew that they played good football in Manteca.
On the surface, the proclamation that the Lathrop City Council gave out on Monday night was typical.
It's one of the most heavily traveled roads in the community.
Mick Founts didn't know much about Manteca when he interviewed for a job as an English teacher at the city's namesake high school.
It has been six months since Lathrop Police Chief James Hood decided to open up his schedule to anybody in the community that wanted to ...
The last time the City of Lathrop signed a contract with the Lathrop Chamber of Commerce, questions arose about how that money – which came from ...
Those who use illegal fireworks in Lathrop will no longer have the advantage when it comes to ducking citations from police and fire personnel that ...
Things sure have come a long way in just less than a decade for the City of Lathrop's financial position.
MODESTO – They're always the heaviest boxes that nobody ever wants to take with them when they move.
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