Kaiser Permanente’s arbitration process denied the claim of a Patterson woman who filed an emotional distress complaint after her sister died at Kaiser Modesto Medical Center. Genna Cousineau sought compensation from Kaiser Permanente for negligent infliction of emotional pain after her sister’s condition was repeatedly misdiagnosed by the hospital’s emergency room staff in January 2013.
Moviegoers were in good spirits Friday night as they stood in line at the State Theatre in downtown Modesto for its première screening of “The Interview.” A few joked that they hoped going to see the movie wouldn’t end up being the last thing they did.
Modesto and Stanislaus County officials say they are making very good progress in replacing two Highway 99 interchanges with new ones that have a combined cost of nearly $100 million and promise to ease traffic congestion in north Modesto.
Whether you want to ring in New Year’s Eve with music, food, dancing or more, an event planned in the Central Valley or foothills should suit your style. A roundup of many of the happenings to help welcome 2015 happening Dec. 31.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Alan K. Cassidy and defense attorney and Modesto City Schools board member Rubén Villalobos will be entering court from the judge’s chambers, taking gavels in Stanislaus Superior Court.