The Turlock City Council is trying to get the word out to every resident in town that the City is in financial crisis — and something needs to be done, soon. For the majority of the Council, that something is a new tax. However, Mayor Amy Bublak is not convinced.
The primary election will be three months earlier for residents of the Golden State this year, and there are plenty of local candidates for Turlock voters to choose from.
A wanted felon was arrested in Turlock on Thursday for a litany of criminal charges, including assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer after he intentionally rammed a vehicle occupied by a law enforcement member.
The unemployment rate in Stanislaus County took a little tick upwards in October, according to the latest data from the Employment Development Department.
The Turlock Police Department is investigating a drive-by shooting that left one person injured.
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The Merced County District Attorney’s Office and the police department concluded that all available evidence and leads had been exhausted.
An Arizona sheriff’s deputy is under scrutiny over an arrest of a 15-year-old boy with no arms and legs that was caught on video.
This 6-year-old boy has the biggest heart!
At least two people were injured Friday night in a shooting at a high school football game in Pleasantville, New Jersey.
Photo: Flatstick Pub/Yelp A new pub has opened its doors in the neighborhood. Called Flatstick Pub, the new arrival is located at 630 K St., Suite 120 in Downtown. Flatstick Pub features a miniature golf course, as well as over 40 local craft beers on tap. When it comes to food, you’ll find nachos, street tacos, churros, burritos and more. With a five-star rating out of nine reviews on Yelp so far, the new pub seems to be a welcome addition to the neighborhood. Rachael S., who was among the first Yelpers to review the new spot on Oct. 18, wrote, “The Mexican street food was amazing and filling, the 35-plus local beers on tap were pouring all night long. They also have board games and a photo booth.” And Matt S. added, “I’ve never seen a bar put so much effort into the details as Flatstick has. The variety of art is incredible: A steel tower bridge replica, made out of old golf clubs, and integrated into the mini-golf course = next level awesome.” Swing on by to take a peek for yourself: Flatstick…
3:55 p.m. Update Police say a concerned citizen located Sundita after seeing the post on the Nextdoor App. The citizen called Sacramento police and stayed on the line to make sure he got home safe with his family. ****Update: Ernesto was located by a concerned and alert citizen who saw the post on @Nextdoor , called SPD and kept us on the line while he made sure he got home safe with his family ** Thank you all for sharing! — Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) November 15, 2019 SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento police are asking for the community’s help in locating a missing and at-risk person. Ernesto Sundita Jr., 57, was reported missing Friday afternoon from the 100 block of Del Vista Circle near Cosumnes River College. The Sacramento Police Department said Sundita Jr. is “mentally delayed and medically independent on insulin that he does not have with him.” Sundit Jr. was last seen wearing a maroon-colored sweatshirt with grey sleeves and grey sweatpants riding a black beach cruiser style of bike south on Carlin Avenue. Police said the bike will either have “Kokomo” or Kikomo”…
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Department of Justice says Sutter Health has agreed to pay more than $45 million to settle a lawsuit by the federal government that it paid doctors in exchange for patient referrals and submitted Medicare claims that resulted from those referrals. The department made the announced Friday, a day after the Sacramento Bee reported Sutter Health had agreed to pay more than $30 million to settle a 2014 secret lawsuit filed by the federal government and a whistleblower. The Department says one of Sutter’s hospitals, Sutter Memorial Center Sacramento, agreed to pay $30.5 million to settle allegations that it paid a group of Sacramento surgeons in exchange for the surgeons referring patients to the hospital. Separately, Sutter has agreed to pay more than $15 million to resolve other violations, including double-billing Medicare.
ELK GROVE (CBS13) — A Chevys Fresh Mex restaurant in Elk Grove was cleared to reopen after it closed Thursday because of a health inspection. Sacramento County food inspection officials said an exterminator was brought in to clean the restaurant and a re-inspection was performed. The initial inspection results showed the restaurant violated multiple sections of Article 6 surrounding vermin and animal contamination. Vermin refers to rodents — such as rats or mice — cockroaches or flies. The report stated that “one nymph and one adult German cockroach were observed on the wall behind the dish machine in the bar area.” The re-inspection report said that two dead nymphs were located in the same area, removed and disposed of. No other similar activity was found, which led to the restaurant being approved for reopening.
Kenyatta Dawson was 29 years old when he was shot and killed
The teen’s parents hoped the priest would deliver an uplifting message at the funeral service, but he instead focused on his suicide, according to the lawsuit.