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Modesto fatal canal crash investigated


Passersby tried to rescue the driver of a car that overturned into a Modesto canal Friday morning.

Modesto Regional Fire Authority Battalion Chief Cecil Ridge said it was unclear why the driver of the car lost control as he was traveling westbound on Briggsmore Avenue, just west of College Avenue, about 6:30 a.m. The car left the roadway and overturned, coming to a stop half-submerged in the water.

The Good Samaritans had been able to pull the driver out of the car as fire crews and EMTs arrived, Ridge said. The driver was transported to Doctors Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Ridge wanted to thank those who tried to save the victim.


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Independence Day Craft at the Keyes Library

Independence Day Craft at the Keyes Library

Make celebratory decorations for the 4th of July at the Keyes Library on Wednesday, July 2 at 1 p.m. Children will have the opportunity to make Confetti Popper Rockets. These festive poppers can open with flying confetti!

The Keyes Library is located at 4420 Maud Ave. For more information, please call the Keyes Library at 664-8006.

Woman arrested in connection with slaying of Sonora police volunteer


SACRAMENTO – An arrest was made Wednesday in the fatal shooting of Sonora police volunteer and security guard Ricky Roberts.

A news release from the Sonora Police Department stated Cheryl Lucero, 45, of Twain Harte, was arrested for her alleged role in the murder.

Lucero admitted her involvement in the homicide during an interview with police, according to the release.

A search warrant was served at Lucero's home Thursday where evidence was recovered, police said.

Lucero was arrested and booked into Tuolumne County Jail for homicide. Her bail was set at $1 million.

Roberts was found dead inside his shop by police officers responding to a call of a man down inside the store on Feb. 16.

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Manteca

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Manteca

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Keba Arnold will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, June 27.

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Your kids are occupied, your apron’s on and you’re about to make something fabulous when disaster strikes: You’re out of that one ingredient you really need. We’ve got you covered with common cooking conversions that are so ridiculously simple, you’ll never run to the store in a cooking craze again... Read More

CDPH Warns Consumers About Undeclared Wheat Allergen In Bread and Cie Brand Biscotti Products

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Modesto collision leaves 2 dead, 3 injured


Two people who died following a collision between a pickup truck and a minivan in Modesto have been identified.

The Stanislaus County coroner identified the victims as 12-year-old Ashleigh Wright of San Jose and 48-year-old Curtis Lanch of Santa Clara.

Heather Graves, spokesperson for the Modesto Police Department, said a 2003 Dodge Ram pickup traveling southbound on Dale Road a little after 7 Monday night hit a 2000 Honda Odyssey minivan headed east on Kaiser Drive.

Five people were in the minivan. Ashleigh and Lanch in the Honda were killed. A 14-year-old boy suffered critical injuries and was hospitalized. The 36-year-old woman behind the wheel and a 43-year-old man suffered minor injuries.

The driver of the Dodge was not hurt.

Graves said it did not appear that alcohol or drugs were factors in the collision.