The political equivalent of the San Andreas Fault has split California in half for years at the Tehachapi Mountains.
I am a registered Republican.
Some say the Manteca Bulletin reports too much crime and, as such, creates an unreasonable amount of anxiety about crime.
The real estate agent unlocked the door telling me to remember that it was a foreclosure.
Would you trade $100,000 a year for $1 million a year?
Boy Scouts of America do not ask prospective youth members about their sexual preference.
The city of Lathrop is concerned about blight and public safety. That's why it's opening bureaucratic doors to fast-track the solution to a problem that has long been a black eye in an area of town that is rich not only in historic legacy but also one that has a direct and immediate impact on hundreds of youngsters.
There's still plenty of gold in California's fertile dirt.
Is it reasonable to require those who are legally growing marijuana for legitimate medicinal purposes to do so inside a closed structure or face prosecution?
This past Wednesday - April 14 - was the day a typical Californian started working for their self instead of Sacramento and Uncle Sam.
Turlock, on the map?
Jerry Brown's Waterloo as a politician might just come from the corridors of Deuel Vocation Institution as well as the rest of California's prisons.
I don't much care for the world of politics and the opportunism that seems to thrive in that world.
Defense attorneys apparently don't like newspaper editors.
No one likes to pay taxes. It's a given.
"You're going to get sick!"
Hobby Lobby in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision continues to offer its employees health insurance coverage for contraception including birth control pills.
Water use is down 20.4 percent in Manteca in June compared to June of 2013.
Go down Yosemite Avenue after the bars close.
It is nice to know that the Bay Delta Conservation Plan has taken into account potential sea level increases in designing the Twin Tunnels to "avoid water supply disruptions and protect water quality."
Go south along Union Road, Tinnin Road, and Airport Way just a little south of Woodward Avenue where narrow country roads carry names such as Fig, Sedan, Nile and others crisscross the south-north roads.
Her name is synonymous with the sport of basketball in the Family City, yet Molly DeRoos is having a hard time finding a sanctioned game.
Tax them for they have sinned.
She lives practically next to a "drug house" in a Manteca neighborhood that many of the property owners know about it.
Boots - and therefore shoes - are made for walking.
I went to pay for $10 worth of merchandise with my debit card.
As books go, the history of good is a slim volume.
I was 500 feet above the Pacific Ocean about midway between Molokai and Maui. And I wasn't having a good time.
I love a parade. I love marching.