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Stanislaus County sheriff deputies investigate west Modesto shooting


Stanislaus County sheriff deputies are investigating a shooting that injured a 49-year-old man, according to the sheriff's office spokesperson Anthony Bejaran.

Bejaran said that deputies were called at 9:28 a.m. Wednesday to the block of 1700 Donald Street in Modesto, where they found the man with multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to a local hospital and his condition wasn't known at the time, according to Bejaran.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 209-521-4636


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Innovation Challenge set for Stanislaus County

Innovation Challenge set for Stanislaus County

MODESTO – Stanislaus County inventors and small business people who have innovative ideas or products, but not the funding to develop them, have an option in the coming months.

The Stanislaus Business Alliance is sponsoring a Stanislaus Innovation Challenge that will look to assist those wanting to develop an idea or product into a commercially viable endeavor. The Challenge is set up as a competition similar to reality series such as “Shark Tank.” Stanislaus county residents, college students or business owners can bring their ideas to one of the six local competitions spread throughout Stanislaus county from Aug. though Nov... Read More

CAPG gives Sutter Gould Medical Foundation elite status

CAPG gives Sutter Gould Medical Foundation elite status

SACRAMENTO – The annual CAPG Standards of Excellence Survey gave the Sutter Gould Medical Foundation, serving Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Merced counties elite status on Tuesday. Sutter Gould was among six physician organizations and all five medical foundations in the Sutter Medical Network to receive the highest possible honor awarded by the CAPG professional organization... Read More

Central Valley foreclosures continue to drop

Central Valley foreclosures continue to drop

IRVINE – CoreLogic, a company that tracks real estate trends, released data showing foreclosures in Modesto and Stockton-Lodi continue to decline.

According to the company, foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans in Modesto was 0.57 percent for April 2015, a decrease of 0.19 percentage points compared with April 2014 when the rate was 0.76 percent.

In the Stockton-Lodi area, foreclosures among outstanding mortgage loans was 0.62 percent for April 2015, a decrease of 0.24 percentage points compared with last year.

Both cities were below the national average of 1.33 percent, but above the state average of .51 percent... Read More

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Amazon to make ‘on the spot job offers’ Tuesday

Amazon to make ‘on the spot job offers’ Tuesday

PATTERSON — Amazon.com is holding job interviews at its Patterson fulfillment center Tuesday. The company will make what it calls “on the spot job offers” to the right applicants.

“Walk in, apply, and walk away with a new job,” reads the notice on Amazon’s fulfillment centers careers website... Read More

Stanislaus fair to hold “Christmas in July” toy drive

Stanislaus fair to hold “Christmas in July” toy drive

TURLOCK – The Stanislaus County Fair and The Salvation Army will hold a toy drive during the fair on July 16. The “Christmas in July” themed toy drive will let those attending the fair donate toys at any of the fair gates. Those who donate one or more toys will receive two carnival ride tickets courtesy of Butler Amusements. All donations will help local children receive gifts for Christmas... Read More