Why are we free?
So you have no problem with government data mining.
Did you feel the earth shift earlier this month?
Editor's note: Manteca City Council wants a crackdown on aggressive panhandling. The following is a story of one man who begs on Manteca's streets but considers himself a sign flyer.
MODESTO – Miguel, I am your father.
"There is no such thing as an unsafe road."
Finally, the heat is on.
Seeing a bicyclist towing a trailer in Manteca isn't exactly something that's out of the ordinary.
The California Profits Upkeep Commission - formerly known as the California Public Utilities Commission - continues to do what it does best which is protecting PG&E's profits.
"We must have the trust of the American taxpayer. Unfortunately, that trust has been broken." - Internal Revenue Service Acting Commissioner Danny Werfel
Shaun T. - one of the late night gurus of exercise DVDs - wants you to send him three monthly payments of $39.95 to take advantage of his Insanity Workouts.
Let the distortions begin.
One man's due diligence is costing more than 40,000 households, business, and farmers $12 million a year.
I'm a prime candidate for the Homeland Security watch list.
Why does Uncle Sam insist on subsidizing rich people?
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Twelve bee hives were destroyed by someone driving through an almond orchard north of Manteca along Lovelace Road over the weekend.
Vandals and vagrants are continuing their attack on the 100 and 200 blocks of West Yosemite Avenue in downtown Manteca
There is a middle ground on the 11.5 million illegal immigrants - the Pew Hispanic Center's estimate - that are in this country.
It looks like the immediate threat of a flood in South San Joaquin County is suspended for the time being.
Fred Millner - a persistent observer at City Council meetings who sometimes rubs people the wrong way when voicing his opinion - is on to something.
Free money. Free money.
I am not a good vegetarian.
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