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Better when He's Bad

Better when He's Bad

Better when He's Bad
William Morrow
1st in a series
June 17

Shane Bax has just gotten out of prison. He was in there for the past 5 years. He comes looking for his best friend Race, but he appears to have run off. He finds Dovie who is Race's sister. They are both trying to find out anything on him. They are both had had a rough life in the point... Read More

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Breakfast-themed cupcake recipes

Breakfast-themed cupcake recipes

Love breakfast so much you eat it for dinner? Well, now you can even have it for dessert too with these breakfast-themed cupcake recipes. From pancake-and-bacon cupcakes to coffee-infused cupcakes, learn how to turn your favorite morning meal into a tantalizing dessert... Read More

Woman ejected, killed in Ceres rollover crash

A woman was killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Ceres overnight.

The rollover crash was on the 2900 block of Roading Road shortly after midnight, according to the Ceres Police Department. Officers reported finding a vehicle in a dirt field south of Roading Road and west of Mitchell Road. The female driver was ejected and suffered major trauma, officers said.

Police and paramedics tried to save the woman but she died at the scene.

A man at the scene was detained, questioned and released without being taken into custody. His connection to the crash, if any, was unclear, according to police.

It appeared the vehicle had been traveling westbound on Roading. Roading and a stretch of Mitchell were closed until 6 a.m. for the crash investigation and cleanup.

Ceres police said the driver's name would be released after her relatives were notified.

Fatal crash closes Modesto roadway

SACRAMENTO – A deadly crash between a car and a bus led to the complete closure of N. 9th Street in Modesto Friday morning.

Modesto Police Department spokesperson Heather Graham said the crash occurred around 8:26 a.m.

One person was transported from the scene to an area hospital where they later died of their injuries, Graham said.


No information was provided on any other injuries or the cause of the crash.

All lanes of N. 9th St. were closed between Tully and Coldwell during investigation and cleanup efforts.

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Heating up Modesto one show at a time.

Heating up Modesto one show at a time.

Is it June already? We are half way through the year, you have  just celebrated Graduation either for yourself or a love one and yes it is Summer. The start of Summer in Modesto means Graffiti(American Graffiti that is)Classic Cars, Music and lots of good times.  Modesto has already had some great bands come through town this year, Guttermouth, MoFo Party Band, Y&T, The Toasters, Lydia Loveless, Annabella Lwin, American Head Charge, The Creepshow, J Boog, Angry Samoans and  Reverend Horton Heat just to name a few. Summer is tour season and over the next few months things are only going to heat up and I am not just talking about the temperature. 

Reader Showcase// AvocadoLvr's Round Provence Beam Dining Table

Reader Showcase/ AvocadoLvr's Round Provence Beam Dining Table

My dad brought me a bunch of redwood that had been leftover from a deck he had built. It sat around for a while before I woke up one morning with a grand idea to build a table with it. I have never built anything out of wood before but have always wanted to! I was very excited to get started right away. We have a spot in our backyard that really needs a round table (not rectangular or square) so it was important to me that the table be round. 


I did a google search for how to build a round picnic type table. After looking at several different options, I found The Design Confidential and this 48" Provence table plan. It looked like exactly what I was looking for, but I still wasn't sure I had what it would take to complete it!... Read More

Woman hit by train in Modesto

SACRAMENTO – A train traveling from Chicago to Fresno struck a woman in Modesto Tuesday night.

Union Pacific spokesperson Mark Davis said the Union Pacific train hit the woman as she was walking on the tracks near Beckwith Rd. around 11 p.m.

The woman was transported from the scene with undisclosed injuries.

The train continued on to Fresno around 1 a.m.