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Swimmer found dead after going missing at Woodward Reservoir

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A man who went missing after he tried to swim across a channel at Woodward Reservoir on Sunday afternoon was found dead, deputies said.

The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office said the man went missing near Mountain View Point at Woodward Reservoir sometime after 2 p.m.

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Cosumnes Oaks HS student wins hurdling state championship, other local track athletes dominate

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Several local high school track athletes dominated at the 2024 California Interscholastic Federation State Championships.

Myles Mcfarland of Cosumnes Oaks took home first place honors in the 11o metres hurdles for varsity boys.

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Stanislaus County Fair signs up more acts to entertain in Turlock this July

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With the Stanislaus County Fair fast approaching July 5-14, a number of new music acts have been signed up to entertain audiences.

David Lee Murphy, an acclaimed country music star known for his chart-topping hits and energetic performances, is set to headline on opening night, Friday, July 5.

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Serving as Stanislaus State’s student body president changed a Latino graduate’s career plans

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Adrian Sanchez holds the highest position a student can have at Stanislaus State University and his work as student body president shifted his perspective on his future career.

“I came in here studying biology so this whole job and position of being the student body president is kind of a whole different field,” he said.

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Crash at Coffee Rd, Sylvan Meadows Dr Hospitalizes One in Modesto

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A crash at the intersection of Coffee Road and Sylvan Meadows Drive on Monday, May 20, 2024, resulted in major injuries, according to ABC10.

Around 3:45 PM, Modesto Police Department officers responded to reports of the accident and found one individual suffering from major injuries. Emergency services were on the scene to provide immediate medical assistance and transport the injured person to a local hospital for further treatment.

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Turlock man sentenced for killing neighbor, setting car on fire

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A Turlock man was sentenced on Wednesday to 51 years to life in prison for the murder of his neighbor in 2016, according to the Stanislaus County District Attorney.

Officials said 37-year-old Ricardo Rios killed Pedro Ruiz by stabbing him over 100 times, later dumping his body in an orchard.

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Pair Of Weekend Fires

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There were a couple of fires of note in the region as temperatures are rising this season.

There was a 20 by 20 ft. vegetation fire near the south entrance of the Calaveras County Fairgrounds in Angels Camp on Sunday afternoon shortly before one o’clock. The forward progress was quickly stopped. The cause was not immediately released.

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Modesto sees 4 suspected fentanyl overdose deaths in 12-hour period

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Four people died in suspected fentanyl overdoses in four different areas of Modesto. And it all happened in a 12-hour period.

"When we have this number of deaths in such a short period, we don't think that that's just some random anomaly; we know that there's something which has suddenly changed," said Patrick Hogan, deputy district attorney for Stanislaus County.

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New Modesto restaurant is chain’s first beyond Hawaii. What is hot pot, how do you eat it?

in Food/News

Modesto is rich with culinary options. There are few types of food I wish restaurants in the city served, because if you can think it, it probably exists.

One thing I did long for in Modesto is hot pot, and I recently found out that there is such a restaurant right on McHenry Avenue.

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Modesto Junior College grad shows it’s never too late to seek higher education

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When Ana Fimbres enrolled in Modesto Junior College, she didn’t expect her education journey to extend past two years. Now, she knows this month’s graduation ceremony won’t be her last.

At 37, Fimbres graduated with an associate’s degree in agricultural business from MJC and will start work on her bachelor’s degree at CSU Stanislaus in the fall.

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