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Detectives investigate body found in orchard as 'suspicious death'


Stanislaus County sheriff's investigators describe the death of a person found in the outskirts of Ceres Monday afternoon as suspicious.

The body was found in an orchard in the 4300 block of Blaker Road, the sheriff's department tweeted.

There was no immediate word about the gender, age or condition of the person.

Please check with news10.net as more information becomes available.


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House fire in Modesto leaves one person dead


ID=21452739A person died in a two-alarm house fire Sunday morning in Modesto, city fire officials said.

The victim's name has not been released.

Modesto Fire Battalion Chief Tim Tietjen said in a press release that at about 6:30 a.m. firefighters responded to a call at 2716 El Pasada Drive. The first officer to arrive at the burning house found an adult victim inside, who was declared dead at the scene.

Fire officials reported that the blaze caused $250,000 in damage to the home.


Modesto high schools prepare students for careers through CTE program

Modesto high schools prepare students for careers through CTE program

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MODESTO — Unable to find part time work, Enochs High School senior Annette Isaac decided to enroll in her school’s Employment Opportunity pathway.

“I wanted to do it because I had been looking for a job for a while, and it’s hard because nobody wants to hire somebody that doesn’t have experience,” Isaac said.

After completing a Walgreens internship arranged through her teacher, Isaac was hired. She credits the course for giving her the tools she needed to land the job.

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Startups try to get angels on their side

Startups try to get angels on their side

MODESTO — On a Thursday evening in early February, two dozen Modesto area business people gathered at Dewz Restaurant to hear two Fresno entrepreneurs pitch their businesses.

One Sense is an app trade show organizers can use to manage events. The other business, AquaCents has a landscaping machine that injects hydrogels into soil to improve water efficiency. Each had 15 minutes to make their pitches. A second round followed for questions and answers... Read More

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Modesto residents review the hit TV series set in their city


Some Modesto residents are giving a thumbs down to how a hit television show depicts their city.

ABC's "American Crime" tells the story of a hate crime in Modesto.

"This doesn't make me proud to be from Modesto," resident Mekila Martin said after watching Thursday's episode. "It definitely doesn't paint the picture of the most ideal place to be living.

"But you know, it's TV, they're trying to get viewers," Martin said.

News10 gathered a few Modesto residents Thursday in the city's downtown to watch the show. Chris Murphy is a long-time resident and publisher of ModestoView magazine, which focuses on arts and entertainment.

"As a citizen, I think it's really doing something bad to our community," Murphy said. "I think they could have called it any town and accomplished their need for a show."

Three of 4 carjacking suspects arrested in Modesto


Three suspects were captured by Modesto police after a carjacking on Orangeburg Avenue Thursday morning.

In a news release, police said a truck and an SUV boxed in the victim's car in a parking lot at Orangeburg and Evergreen Avenue about 6 a.m. In the truck and SUV were two men and two women. The victim and his passenger told officers one of the men pointed a gun at them and ordered they turn over their car. The victims complied and one of the men got in the car with all three vehicles being driven away.

Vandalism of Salida home to be investigated as hate crime


Sheriff's investigators want to know the identity of a man captured on a home security camera vandalizing a Salida home Saturday night with homophobic graffiti.

Stanislaus County sheriff's Deputy Anthony Bejaran said the words "Fxxx Leave" in black writing was scrawled on the victims' Sun West Drive garage. The vehicle in the driveway and other property was also vandalized, he said.

The graffiti is being considered a possible hate crime because the victims happen to be gay.

Chris Domnick and Robert Womble have been together for four years. Within the last six months, the couple put up gay pride flags in the front porch of their Salida home.

"The neighbors here do know we're a gay couple," Domnick said. "We get along very well with a lot of the people in the neighborhood."

But not everyone seems to be okay with it.