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Mia wakes up drunk  at some guys place. She is on her way to Intern at her new job at Boomerang. Ethan is the guy , who is also going to his new job too. They are both interning at the same place... Read More

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Woman escapes, 2 dogs killed in 4-alarm fire at Isleton grill

ISLETON, Calif. - A woman escaped unharmed but two dogs were not as fortunate in a four-alarm fire in Isleton Friday morning.

The fire broke out at the former Happy Harbor bar and grill at 731 W. Brannan Island Rd.shortly before 6:30 a.m..

Firefighters on scene said the woman made it out of the property above the restaurant but two dogs were killed.

A witness at the scene said Happy Harbor has been closed for an unspecified amount of time.

The cause of the fire was unknown.

Free DIY Furniture Plans // How to Build an Indoor Outdoor Slab Round Dining Table

Free DIY Furniture Plans / How to Build an Indoor Outdoor Slab Round Dining Table

Showcase: Built From These PlansI am so honored each and every time one of you fine friends builds from these very plans! If you have built this piece, please take a moment and showcase your build! We are dying to see your fabulous hard work!

Free DIY Furniture Plans and instructions on How to Build an Indoor Outdoor Slab Round Dining Table. This beauty can be adapted to suit your needs, with modifications to make this build that much more unique. This table is suitable for indoor or outdoor use depending on what you choose to construct it out of and how you finish it (hence the mods). Yahoo!

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Central California attorney claims incompetence

MODESTO, Calif. (AP) - A defense attorney in Central California is facing possible court sanctions after refusing to continue representing his client in the middle of a murder trial.

The Modesto Bee reports that attorney Steven O'Connor told a Stanislaus County judge on Tuesday he was not competent and wanted off the case. Judge Linda McFadden urged him to reconsider, but O'Connor refused, saying he had failed his client, according to the Bee. He may now be held in contempt of court and face possible state bar action.

O'Connor was representing Nicholas John Harris, of Turlock, who was convicted of second-degree murder and was returning to court for the sanity phase of his trial.

The trial has now been suspended.

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Saving water in Modesto since 2003

The drought of 2014 may have prompted water-saving measures in cities throughout California, but residents of Modesto have been following similar rules since 2003.

"By not watering on Mondays, we're saving 10 to 15 million gallons a day, that's a dramatic drop in flow, just by not watering on Mondays," Modesto Water Conservation Specialist Juan Tejeda said.

Tejeda is one of three full-time city employees who respond to reports of water wasting, watering on the wrong day or requests for help in setting up irrigation systems.

Tejeda said Modesto's goal in the early 2000s was reducing water useage by up to 20 percent, and it's largely been accomplished by prohibiting landscape watering on Mondays.

Residents can only water three times a week and on every other day; watering isn't allowed between noon and 7 p.m.

2014 Weekly Challenge #27: The Sensational Swimsuit Challenge!

2014 Weekly Challenge #27: The Sensational Swimsuit Challenge!

2014 Weekly Challenge #27: The Sensational Swimsuit Challenge!


Now that it is finally, officially, summer, who doesn't want to look better in a swimsuit? Just 5 minutes every morning is all it takes!


The Sensational Swimsuit Series:

30 Toe taps

Flip over for the swim (count to 30)

30 double pump bicycles

Super woman (hold for a count of 30)


Your Challenge: every morning, take 5 minutes to do the moves above. You'll be looking sensational in that swimsuit, and your body will love you for it!


Middle of the nights stabbings leave 2 injured, 2 arrested

A young man and woman are accused of attempted murder and robbery after they allegedly attacked two people early Thursday morning.

The first call for help came at 3:11 a.m. from Ceres fire station personnel who were attending to a 51-year-old man who had walked into the station with a stab wound to his abdomen, Ceres police said. The victim told officers he had been riding his bike alongside a canal when an off-leash pit bull being walked by a man and a woman attacked him. The victim said as he tried to use his backpack to defend himself, the man stabbed him and the woman stole his backpack and bike and fled.